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LENOVO 3000 Y300

alaTest has collected and analyzed 5 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the usability and performance are overall positive. The battery and portability are also mentioned favorably. Many are less positive about the design.

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On average, users rate this product 83/100.

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First take: Lenovo Y300

 

The first attempt by Lenovo to penetrate the consumer sector resulted in a competent multimedia portable which also manages to throw in a few new tricks.

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Lenovo 3000 Y300

 

This laptop aims to compete with the Compaq V3228AU in terms of features and functionality. The results are out; where does it stand? Find out!

Good Build, Bundled OS, VeriScan Login

Expensive, Poor Veriscan, No Firewire, No Bluetooth, Faulty Memory Card Reader

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"Utterly competent"

 

I was looking for the lightest "complete" laptop I could afford. Removable drives etc were not an option for me because I'd still have to lug them around in the bag. For this same reason, I actually took in to consideration the weight of the power...

light weight, screen clarity, battery life, ruggedness

mousepad, gets very hot, fan-noise, lousy speakers

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"Good for the Price"

 

While it's nowhere near as light and compact as a MacBook Air, the Y300/310 is nonetheless quite trim for a 13" notebook. Made entirely of tacky plastic, the Y300/310 looks and feels like a toy. It's many chrome buttons and those huge orange...

Weight, size, battery life, noise control, price

Tacky plastic design, bundled sotware

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"small and light"

 

a happy user of the lenovo y300. all the features that i need are all built in it. =D

13.1 inch, dvd-rw, bluetooth, webcam, infrared and all the powerful features needed today

if only it was window vista home premium

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