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Lenovo Ideapad Z360

alaTest has collected and analyzed 26 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the portability and design are on the whole positive. The value for money and battery also get good views, but the sound and performance get mixed comments. The reliability and touchpad get negative comments.

keyboard, price, design, performance, portability

screen, usability, touchpad, reliability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Laptops the Lenovo Ideapad Z360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

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Review analysis

(Based on 26 reviews)

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Review Lenovo IdeaPad Z360 Notebook


13.3 inch All-Rounder. Lenovo reinforces its z Series with a repr

Nice, elegant design; Pleasant chiclet keyboard; Good workmanship; Battery life; Value for money ratio

Interface placement too concentrated on the left; Display brightness

The Asus PL30JT-RO030X would be an alternative to the IdeaPad Z360. The Acer TravelMate 8372TG or the Dell Vostro 3300 could also be a competitor, but with a matt display.

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Lenovo IdeaPad Z360


Lenovo squeezes an excellent keyboard and zippy Core i3 CPU into this lightweight machine, but the design and battery life could be better.

Compact and lightweight, Lenovo's IdeaPad Z360 offers plenty for mobile users to like. It has the performance to tackle everyday business and home computing tasks without breaking a sweat. The notebook also boasts a superbly comfortable keyboard and...

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Lenovo Ideapad Z360


The 13.3-inch widescreen is equal in size to the MacBook and Toshiba R705-P35, and their viewing angles and brightness levels are very similar. A 14-inch widescreen, like the one found in the Asus U45Jc-A1 and HP dm4-1160us, is more...

Spacious 500GB hard drive. WiDi and WiMax equipped. Excellent keyboard and navigating experience

3GB of RAM (every other laptop has 4GB). Lackluster battery life. Dated look. No other color options

The Lenovo IdeaPad Z360 has a great user experience and some nifty wireless features, but it's neither good-looking nor battery efficient enough to be worth parting with your hard earned money.


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Lenovo IdeaPad Z360


Solid performance and plenty of features make the IdeaPad Z360 an attractive 13-inch laptop. If you prefer an optical drive and are on a limited budget, it's a safe choice.

Strong performance for the price; bright, sharp screen; good audio quality; excellent keyboard; built-in WiMAX; low price

Low 3D performance; middle-of-the-road styling; no dedicated multimedia keys

Lenovo has done its homework with the IdeaPad Z360 and covers what 80 percent of users will need at a price most laptop buyers can afford. And if you need a faster processor and integrated graphics, you can step up in the model line without breaking...

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Lenovo IdeaPad Z360 Disassembly


We have a review on Lenovo IdeaPad Z360, now we disassembly the Lenovo IdeaPad Z360 for those who are interested in it.

Third step, we separate the shell with the host board. We need to remove heat pipes and cooling fan over the motherboard, so we can see the Intel Core series processors. And we completely disassembled this Lenovo IdeaPad Z360.

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Lenovo IdeaPad Z360 Review


Lenovo IdeaPad Z series has introduced 13-inch, 14 inch and 15-inch products, and 13-inch products gradually fire up. Summing up, with the notebook improvements in technology, the high-performance processor and graphics card in smaller laptop become...

Plain, simple shell design and the carefully crafted details impress us. We also saw the ThinkPad design elements on Z360- chiclet-style keyboard. So Lenovo IdeaPad Z36 is a portable, simple, easy to use laptop.

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Performance depreciates at an alarming rate!


As much as l like my Chinese brethren, I hate the things they make. Switching from Dell to Lenovo has been the biggest mistake of my life. I have had a Dell Inspiron 9300 for 6 years now and it performs impeccably (a tad bit slow, but that is...

Great specs on paper. Quite fast compared to my old laptop. Tons of HD space. Loads of RAM. Good looking

Freezes for no reasons whatsoever, followed by the HDD and fan spinning at max rate. A "washing machine like" sound keeps coming from the HDD area constantly (no...I don't think its the fan). Heats up like crazy. Terrible battery life

Product Specifications


Convertible: No
DVD Writer:DVD-Writer
Embedded 3G/4G: No
Embedded UMTS: No
Fingerprint Reader: No
Hard Drive Type:Hard Disk Drive
Remote Control: No
TV Card: No
Video Editing Card: No
Web Cam: Yes


Bluetooth: Yes
Card Reader:5 in 1 Card Reader
Firewire: No
TV Output: Yes
WiFi Connectivity: Yes
Wireless LAN: Yes


Aspect Ratio:16:9
LED Backlight:Edge LED / No
Touchscreen: No
True Resolution:WXGA

General Features

Intel ® Centrino Technology: No
Intel Centrino Technology: No
Media Centre Edition: No
Netbook: No
Operating System Version:Windows 7 Home Premium


Brand of Graphic Chip:nVidia
GPU Model (Graphic Card):GeForce 310M / GeForce G 310M


Chipset Brand:Intel / Unknown
Chipset Type:HM55 / Unknown
Processor:CORE I3 / CORE I5
Processor Brand:Intel
Processor Number:I3-350M / I5-450M