|Screen Size||17.3 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1600 x 900 pixels|
|Max Screen Resolution||1600 x 900 pixels|
|Processor||2.3 hertz Intel Core i5|
|RAM||6 GB SO-DIMM|
|Memory Speed||1333 MHz|
|Hard Drive||750 GB SATA|
|Graphics Coprocessor||ATI Radeon HD 6650M Discrete Graphics|
|Chipset Brand||AMD, Intel|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||1 MB|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||4|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||3 hours|
Lenovo G770 10372KU 17.3-Inch Laptop (Dark Brown)
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Setting up the laptop was routine. There was a little bloatware to get rid of (e.g., ooVoo and a couple of other forgettable apps) but nothing significant, and nothing like my last experience, a Sony Vaio laptop that was practically unusable because of all the crud that Sony had pre-installed that was practically bringing the system to its knees.
The laptop is generously configured, with 6 GB memory, a 750 GB hard drive, an Intel i5-2410 2.3 GHz CPU, an ATI Radeon HD 6650M graphics chip switchable with the built-in Intel Mobile graphics chip (more on that below), a 17" 1600x900 display, a 2.0MP webcam, and a Blu-Ray drive that plays Blu-Ray discs and allows you to both play and record CDs and DVDs. It also has three USB 2.0 ports and one USB 3.0 port (that the description above omits), along with an HDMI output port and a memory card slot that can accept SD, MMC, MS, MS Pro, and xD cards. The Windows Experience Index (Windows 7 64-bit) is:
Gaming graphics: 6.7
Primary hard disk: 5.Read more ›
The specs on this notebook are very impressive for it's price range. The most amazing part is that Amazon actually under-sells it. The specifications fail to mention the LED-backlit screen and USB 3.0 port most notably. Both are welcome additions at a price point that often sees neither feature. The hyper-threaded dual-core i5 is certainly enough processor for most tasks with a little extra breathing room to spare. Games run well and Visual Studio compile times are manageable. The six GB of ram should be plenty for most tasks, but if an upgrade is needed, replacing ram is one of the easiest hardware changes to be made in a laptop. The 750GB hard disk is massive for a laptop and should provide plenty of storage for any task. The integrated Bluetooth and Wi-Fi certainly do their jobs well and I have a had no issues with either. Lenovo has a reputation for great keyboards and the G770 is no exception. The included Blu-ray drive and playback software is proving on of my favorite parts of the notebook.Read more ›
1. the 17.3 LED screen is very nice
2. the keyboard is very comfortable with good texture and it also has the number pad too.
3. the mouse touch pad is located away from the keyboard so i don't accidentally touch the pad while i'm typing.
4. there are 2 graphics cards on board - one intel HD card and another Radeon 1 GB high performance card and the computer can switch between the two depending on the situation (gaming, or web browsing etc) to save power. (you can also set certain programs to a default graphics card)
5. the 6 GB RAM gives me plenty of room to have multiple applications running simultaneously
6. the price! Think about a comparable Apple computer with 17.3 inches and 6 GB RAM - which will cost you at least $2400 (3X more than this computer), this computer is extremely well priced (I do admit that the Apple would have better performance - but at a huge price difference)
Now to the Cons.
1. The computer makes a slight click sound - especially when I'm not actively using the CPU. I'm not quite sure where this click sound comes from or why it is happening, but it doesn't occur too often to bother me and it seems to have no effect on the usage of the computer.
2. Sometimes when I have music playing (like on iTunes or Windows Media Player) and I'm also simultaneously doing something else like browsing the internet, the song gets lagged and slows down for a second. I doubled checked the song to make sure that it wasn't the song's problem.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Been using this laptop for 3 years without the slightest problem. Handles most everything you need it to. Read morePublished 2 months ago by fatguy1nalittlec0at
For what it's worth, ours is still going strong. I still love the color, love the 10-key, and while people gawk at the size, it's perfect for us. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
My Dec., 2012 Lenovo G770 replaced a Dec., 2002 Gateway 500X desktop. The G770 is certainly faster, but the age of the 500X gave it time to collect memory gremlins, circuit... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Azoic
The G770 that I bought end 2011 has an awful screen. The contrast is disastrous, make watching a dark scene in a movie almost unbearable. Read morePublished on August 11, 2013 by jazzii
This is a great machine. Great capacity and specs for medium gaming (Wow, Starcraft, etc) and internet use. Read morePublished on May 17, 2013 by Angela Cardoso
this laptop i purchased mainly for two reasons: the size (17.3" of real-estate! awesome) and optical drive (blu-ray baby!)
for those two reasons alone i will award stars. Read more
I've had this laptop for about 6 months, and it works just as well as the day I bought it. This is a great machine that packs a powerful punch to productivity. Read morePublished on July 14, 2012 by gmyoungbloodjr
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