|Screen Size||17.3 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920x1080 pixels|
|Processor||2.4 GHz Intel Core i7|
|RAM||8 GB DDR3L SDRAM|
|Memory Speed||1600 MHz|
|Hard Drive||1 TB Hybrid Drive|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce GT840M 2GB|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||2048 MB|
|Wireless Type||802.11 A/C|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||4 hours|
Lenovo Z70 80FG00DBUS 17.3 Inch Intel Core i7 5500U (2.40 GHz) 8 GB Memory 1 TB + 8 GB SSHD NVIDIA GeForce 840M Windows 10 Home
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- Intel Core i7-5500U 2.4 GHz Processor. 8 GB DDR3L SDRAM
- 1 TB 5400 rpm Hard Drive, 8 GB Solid-State Drive;DVDRW
- 17.3-Inch Screen, NVIDIA GeForce GT840M 2GB
- Windows 10, Battery Life: Up to 4 hours with integrated 4-cell battery
- Ports: 1 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0, RJ45, 4-in-1 card reader (SD, MMC, SDXC, SDHC), HDMI, RJ45, Audio Combo Jack
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Sharp Multimedia - Sharp Price
The affordable Lenovo Z70 laptop is just the ticket for those that enjoy big entertainment. Equipped with a jaw-dropping Full HD 17.3 inch display, powerful cutting-edge Intel processing, NVIDIA discrete graphics and state-of-the-art JBL designed speakers with superior sound provided by Dolby audio, it’s the ideal entertainment PC.
JBL-Designed Speakers with Dolby Advanced Audio
Enjoy an increased level of audio clarity and maximized volume output without distortion. The immersive surround sound experience over dual JBL-designed stereo speakers with the latest Dolby audio enhancement is clear and crisp.
Plus, with NVIDIA GeForce 840M graphics, the Z70 is perfect for streaming HD videos, surfing the web, and enjoying 3D gaming.
Windows 10 - The Best Windows Ever
There are so many similarities to Windows 7, you´ll feel like an expert from the get-go. Spend less time learning and more time doing, with the return of classic features like the Start menu, and new features like simplified navigation, universal access to apps, and introducing your very own personal assistant, Cortana.
Stylish and Comfortable
The sleek Z70 comes in ebony black and has an upscale tactile feel which makes it a pleasure to use.
Intelligent Touchpad and AccuType Keyboard
Optimized for the new Windows interface, the intelligent touchpad enables easy scroll, zoom, and rotate functions for comfortable control of your Z70 laptop. Plus the AccuType keyboard boasts a modern look and feel with flatter, slightly curved keys that enhance your comfort while increasing typing accuracy.
The affordable Lenovo Z70 17.3” laptop is just the ticket for those that enjoy big entertainment. Equipped with a brilliant display, powerful cutting-edge Intel processing, discrete NVIDIA graphics and state-of-the-art JBL designed speakers with superior sound provided by Dolby audio, it's the ideal entertainment PC.
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+ 17.3" screen. I really could never go to a smaller screen, so this was a requirement for any laptop. It's large enough to see details and small enough to be portable. If you need a larger screen, it does have an HDMI port. I have hooked this up to a TV and used the laptop as the confidence monitor for PowerPoint. It works great.
+ Full keyboard. I wanted a full keyboard with a dedicated number pad. This one has it.
+ HD resolution at 1920x1080. I see a lot of laptops out there that say they are HD but only have 1600x900 or something similar. This laptop actually has true full HD resolution at 1902x1080.
+ Weight 6.6 lbs. I can't really compare it to modern laptops, but it's way lighter than my last one, which was about 4.5 years old.
+ 16GB of RAM. I’m a huge fan of more memory as everything runs faster with it.
+ 1TB Hybrid hard drive (HHD). I wanted a SSD but for the price this isn't noticeably slower. Writing data is as slow as a regular HDD, but my most frequently accessed files load as fast as a SSD. Windows loads fast! The 1TB size is sufficient for me.
+ Dedicated NVIDIA Graphics. If you only had Intel HD Graphics, it means your CPU is doing all the graphics processing which means your whole computer runs slower if you are playing a game or anything else graphics intensive. It won’t even run more complex games like the ones I play a lot. The NVIDIA graphic card is dedicated to graphics functions and can run much more complex games or graphics applications. It also has its own dedicated graphics memory which frees up RAM for other functions. This laptop won't max out settings of the most demanding games on multiple screens with 4K resolution, but it will get the job done at very high settings on the single HD display.
+ Price. Like I said this is a budget gaming laptop. If you NEVER play games, you can get something much cheaper. And there are much more expensive gaming laptops that can max out game settings. It's up to you to decide if you need/want that. This one gets the job done for a great price. I think it is a great value for everything you get.
- Typical bloat-ware. Read the other reviews and beware!
- Speakers. They are just meh.
The WiFi seems typical to me, not super fast or too slow. I've had no lag issues when gaming, but others have had problems with it.
The track-pad also seems fine to me, but others have had problems with its responsiveness.
it can take awhile to turn on. overall a good upgrade from a 2010 Macbook Pro but these few issues are glaring and we will be trying to receive a replacement or contact Lenovo for diagnostics and possible repair.
1. Big screen for multi-window use and a high resolution for readability and general screen real estate.
2. At least 8Gb of RAM to run VirtualBox and other related software.
3. A non-integrated video card with some RAM of its own.
4. A full-sized keyboard that doesn't make a ton of noise.
5. Heat killed my last laptop (ASUS ROG 2010) so I wanted a laptop that stayed cool.
6. Ability to easily swap in/out HDD/SDD because I will obviously want to replace the 5400RPM drive asap.
I've been using this computer for about a week now, and the first thing I must state is that the bloatware is pretty bad. If you are the type of user that buys a computer and doesn't customize it well let me say that you have been getting a cheapened experience from every computer you have ever owned and this one is no different. My step one was basically to remove every installed program with the word Lenovo in it except key system drivers and the OneKey to restore just in case I ever wanted to restore that abysmal default system which rendered the computer nearly unusable. That bloatware removed, the computer came to life and began to act the way I expect my systems to behave. This is not a power user's machine, this is a mid-range, semi-dated, budget secondary or work computer. I didn't buy it to wow me, I bought it to be the reliable stand by and extra screen for off-loading tasks from my main CPU/GPU. That being said, its pretty zippy once that junk is removed, I bet with a SSD and a boost to 16Gb of RAM (not sure if possible haven't done the research yet) this machine will become a beast. I bought it as a "good enough" fixer-upper with the potential to become a monster that can deal with the heat.
My CPUs idle around 15C to 17C. The HDD idles around 30C.
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