|Screen Size||15.6 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920x1080 pixels|
|Processor||2.6 GHz Intel Core i7|
|RAM||16 GB DDR3L SDRAM|
|Hard Drive||1 TB mechanical_hard_drive|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce 960M|
|Wireless Type||802.11 A/C|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||2|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||5 hours|
Lenovo Y700 - 15.6 Inch Full HD Gaming Laptop (Core i7, 16 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD, Windows 10) 80NV0028US
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- POWERHOUSE GAMING LAPTOP: This portable notebook computer, built with Advanced 6th Generation Intel Quad Core i7 CPUs and Windows 10, packs all the firepower you need to defeat your enemy
- HIGH PERFORMANCE MEMORY AND STORAGE: 1 TB 5400 rpm HDD hard drive and 16 GB DDR3L SDRAM keep your laptop humming while the battle intensifies
- POWERFUL GRAPHICS CARD: Discrete NVIDIA graphics give you crisp visuals to sharp shoot your way to victory
- HD GAMING DISPLAY: The ideapad Y700 ships with high definition frameless displays with IPS Anti-Glare to give you the power to game anywhere (1920 x 1080)
- LAPTOP COOLING FAN: As the battle rages on the screen, integrated thermal fans keep things nice and cool under the hood
- IMMERSIVE LAPTOP SPEAKERS: Stay one step ahead of the enemy with clearer and more realistic audio plus surround sound thanks to JBL speakers and Dolby Home Theater
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Experience intense, immersive gaming – the ideaPad Y700 gives you quad-core power, discrete graphics and a complete multimedia experience with Full HD display, surround sound and subwoofer. When the competition heats up, don’t worry, because the Y700 has thermal cooling for serious gaming. With the Y700, it's never been easier to get your gaming fix on the go.
Through JBL speakers and Dolby Home Theater, the ideapad Y700 brings the world of immersive audio to you. It equips you with clearer, more realistic sounds, so you can lose yourself in the experience.
In the heat of the battle, underperformance is not an option. Fueled by the latest Intel Core quad-core processors, the ideapad Y700 boasts the raw power you need to vanquish anything – and anyone – that gets in your way.
As the action intensifies on screen, thermal fans keep things nice and cool under the hood. With serious firepower, awesome graphics, and performance-boosting options, it gives you the ammunition to succeed every step of the way.
In the digital arena, your gear holds the key to your survival. Along with an FHD anti-glare display and massive hard drive, the ideapad Y700 gives you discrete NVIDIA graphics as standard and multiple ports for all your gaming peripherals.
Light up the night with a true gaming backlit keyboard. Choose from two levels of brightness control and set the mood right another epic encounter.
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|Processor Speed||2.6 GHz||2.6 GHz||2.6 GHz||2.6 GHz||2.8 GHz||2.6 GHz|
|Display Resolution Maximum||1920x1080 pixels||1920 x 1080||1920 x 1080||1920 x 1080||1920 x 1080||—|
|Screen Size||15.6 in||15.6 in||17.3 in||17.3 in||15.6 in||15.6 in|
|Hard-Drive Size||1 TB||1,000 GB||1 TB||1 TB||1,000 GB||—|
|Item Dimensions||1.02 x 15.24 x 10.91 in||1.02 x 15.24 x 10.91 in||12 x 16.7 x 1.1 in||12 x 16.68 x 1.1 in||10.23 x 15.07 x 1.06 in||15.24 x 10.91 x 1.02 in|
|Item Weight||5.72 lbs||5.72 lbs||7.72 lbs||7.7 lbs||5.29 lbs||—|
|Operating System||Windows 10||Windows 10||Windows 10||Windows 10||Windows 10||Windows 10|
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|Wireless Compatibility||802.11 A/C||802.11 A/C||802.11 A/C||802.11A||—||802.11 A/C|
Built solid to game, the ideapad Y700 combines the mobility of notebook PCs with the power to game on the go. Keep yourself immersed in the game with a 15.6" FHD display and powerful JBL speakers and subwoofer.
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+1. brushed aluminum top and bottom
+2. hinges are sturdy
+3. design is the best I have seen in a gaming laptop- sleek hard edges you'd find on a modern luxury sports car... not childish and gawky (Alienware), not too plain (Sager & Gigabyte), not too cheap feeling (ASUS ROG with 960m) not too bulky (ASUS ROG 7** series with 965m or better) and not second-rate MB manufacturer off-brands turned laptop manufacturers like MSI and Gigabyte (ASUS started this- but is one of the best).
I used 3DMark 11 and 3DMark's Firestorm benchmark: scores were significantly higher than the Dell i7559 i5 6300HQ with GTX 960M, and slightly higher than other identical setups as compared on notebookcheck.com
Sound: best speakers I have ever heard (on a laptop)
I have yet to hear sound like this from a laptop- no kidding! 3watt JBL speakers and a small subwoofer had me fooled when plugged into my Samsung 42" TV at home.. Since the laptop sat underneath it, the sound reproduction was so deep and loud, without hesitation, I thought the TV speakers were the output! It wasn't until I walked up to the TV that I heard nothing coming out of it's speakers..
Since I am a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist and IT professional, I need my laptop to support Professional editions. You would be surprised on how many issues this has brought to light! The Dell 7558 had problems with the onboard TPM chip (required for storage of Bitlocker encryption keys) causing Bitlocker Drive Encrpytion to throw errors about the TPM initialization. The ASUS G751 didn't even have a TPM chip and forced me to use a removable drive as the key. I expected the Lenovo to work properly considering their track record in the professional realm- I was right. Bitlocker activated with no issues and didn't require me to go into the BIOS.
All that being said, one glaring negative below (#3) has caused this laptop to get a bad rep. Don't let this throw off your decision when you are looking to buy- read on...
-1. keyboard has a good feel but the 10-key pad and other buttons are too condensed - touchpad doesn't match the quality of the rest of the laptop
-2. in typical Lenovo/IBM fashion (for those who have worked on T series), the back plate is a bit much to remove and replace in order to access the RAM and storage bays.
-3. Get a model with either a HDD or both a M.2 SSD and HDD... IF you purchase a model that has a SSD only (which mine was a M2 Samsung), the proprietary ribbon/SATA cable needed to connect an additional 2.5" HDD is not included and it is very hard to source. Lenovo at this time still does not know how to get it (???) If, however, you don't care, DO NOT LET THIS GET IN YOUR WAY.
Overall, I love this machine. It blows my mind that the most powerful machine i've personally owned is a laptop. This thing eats up BF4 and is currently the most demanding game I am interested in playing, but I am confident it will play plenty of future games well enough for me. The entire shell of the laptop feels like quality and sturdy. The speakers are decent, the screen is very nice, the finish on the keyboard bezel is amazing. I have nVidia global settings to nVidia performance preferred and get ~4.5 hours of battery with the screen brightness maxed. I was in fact able to play BF4 on the battery; it is not required to be plugged into the wall to make use of the dedicated GPU, though I have not measured the battery life in that situation. :p
This is also my first AC wireless device (2x2) and get a linkrate of 867 mbit connected to my Asus AC56R (2x2), which is very neat. And I think that's about all there is to say.
This machine was purchased from an alternative online retailer.
P.S. I can't believe i forgot to mention this, but this is the first machine i've been able to game on unmodified and without any third party cooling solutions, like laptop cooling pads. For this reason alone, I believe this laptop trumps the competition of similarly spec'd laptops.
The IPS screen is awesome - clear, bright enough to work outside in the middle of the day, wide viewing angle, as promised.
This is the first computer I've had that can work as fast as I can think. Everything loads quickly. I have 12 Gig of ROM and the SSD, no hard drive. The sound is quite a bit better than I expected, almost as good as small accessory speakers. It's much better than my old Toshiba, which was so quiet I couldn't hear some programs even with the sound turned all the way up.
Looks - somewhere between a stealth bomber and 1960's midcentury chic. It reminds me of an old Boeing engineering center I work in. Cool-looking matte black plastic with crosshatching to hint at carbon fiber. Fingerprints, yes, all over. I'm hoping they'll kind of blend together when I get enough of them on it. Not so important to me. The general effect is something that looks cool, but for an adult, not a 19 year old gamer.
Sturdy and heavy - If you can't lift your macbook air, this isn't for you. I'd rather have something solid that doesn't feel like the screen will crack if I open it carelessly.
The Weird - a separate external DVD writer. It wasn't critical to me, so I figured I'd buy one when I needed, but it was in the box.
Now, the ugly: The number lock is right where the delete key was on my Toshiba, and the delete key doubles as the dot in the number pad. You actually have to turn off the number lock to use the delete key.
The touchpad takes quite a bit of getting used to. I keep changing the text size by accident. I'm considering turning off the two finger touch feature to stop that.
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