2016 Lenovo Premium Built High Performance 15.6 inch HD Laptop (AMD FX7500 Processor, 8GB RAM 1T HDD, DVD RW, Bluetooth, Webcam, WiFi, HDMI, Windows 10 ) - Black
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Screen Resolution: 1366 x 768 Operating system: Windows 10 Home Display: 15.6 inch HD LED Display (1366 x 768) Processor: AMD FX7500 Quad Core 2.10 GHz with Turbo up to 3.30 GHz Memory: 8GB system memory Hard drive: 1TB HDD Ports: 1 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0, 1 x HDMI, 1 x Headphone output Microphone input combo, VGA, LAN (10/100/1000) Video: AMD Radeon R7 with shared graphics memory Media Card Reader: yes Optical Drive: DVD+/-RW Wireless connectivity: 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth Built-in HD webcam with microphone: YES Battery: 4cell lithium ion (up to 5 hours) Bluetooth: YES Dimensions(inches): 15.11" x 10.43" x 0.98" Weight(pounds): 5.15 pounds Color: Black
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful.
Parents are quote "Totally Happy" with the 2016 Lenovo Premium Built Performance Laptop
We are completely happy with the 2016 Lenovo Premium Built High Performance 15.6 inch HD Laptop. It is working just as expected. We ordered it for our parents. The first that we ordered for them would not wake up out of sleep. That was quickly resolved and they are "totally happy" with the computer. My mother in law says that the keyboard is responsive and good for her arthritic hands. She said it is handy to use and that she likes the keyboard and is using a mouse. The screen is easy to see and read. It sounds pleasant and she can hear it fine. It is light to carry, fits well in her carry bag, and came up from being in sleep mode without a problem.
26 of 27 people found the following review helpful.
Quirky, but Mighty
By Amazon Customer
So to start, this thing has some quirks, but I think some of those may be due more to Windows 10 or the software settings than the hardware itself. The mouse tends to wig out pretty often, but that might be a matter of my own settings. At the start, the internet connection randomly cut out once in a while as well, but for whatever reason it has stopped doing so. Also, when it's plugged in and charging, it will randomly stop if it's at a certain point (like 20% to 30% battery power, usually). That may be due to the fact that the thing gets hot, especially right by the fan vents, and that happens to be the same area where the AC adapter is located. Minor design flaw since the heat could affect the physical connection of the adapter to the motherboard, but if you turn down the power usage settings, it should cool enough to charge properly. The only other complaint I have is the power cord is a little short, but again, that's workable.
There have been some complaints on here about how the machine is noisy. If you have it running at full power (check the power settings in Windows), the fan will run constantly, but it's actually very quiet, sort of a pleasant little whir at the very loudest. It's far quieter than my previous machine. The fan on that thing ran nearly all the time, and it was loud enough to drown out its own crappy speakers.
Speaking of speakers, the sound system on this thing is awesome. I had to dink around a little with the settings to get my headphones to sound right--just set the Smart Audio (in the Control Panel) to Multi Stream (not classic) and you're good to go.
The fact that it gets hottest right by the vents, even when running heavy gaming programs, is a testament to this thing's engineering. If the spot where it's hottest is where the heat is being vented--and not, say the processor--it's doing its job pretty well by getting heat out.
As for overall performance, this machine runs wonderfully for the price. I've only run a few games on it--Oblivion, Divinity II, Divinity OS, and Mount and Blade: Warband (with battle sizes at maximum), but those run cleanly with very few issues (and any issues I have had actually stem from limitations on the games themselves--Oblivion, and I think M&B, for instance, refuse to recognize that you have more than 2 Gigs of RAM). I did some price checking before buying this computer. For something with the same power direct from a manufacturer, you'd have to pay 3x to 4x as much. It's a great deal, and it does its job well.
So aside from the minor gripes I have (for which I've knocked off one star), I definitely recommend this thing, especially if you're looking for a sleek, moderately powerful laptop for mid- to sort of high-range computing.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
Usable but not convenient
By Amazon Customer
Wifi won't stay connected. Can't even see the alternate network my router uses but that's probably just an unsupported wifi type. It has an ethernet port, but once the cord is in you will require the services of hercules and the mountain using some kind of tandem pulley system to pull it out. Boots up quick but is then extremely slow to use basic programs like excel or chrome.
Return window closed and I dearly wish I had gotten another laptop. Or nothing.