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Lenovo Ideapad Z360

alaTest has collected and analyzed 26 reviews of Lenovo Ideapad Z360. The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews. People are impressed by the battery and design. The portability and keyboard also get good feedback, whereas there are some less positive comments about the touchpad and reliability. Opinions about the image quality and price are different.

performance, keyboard, portability, design, battery

screen, durability, sound, reliability, touchpad

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Lenovo Ideapad Z360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 85/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Brian Westover (pcmag.com)

Lenovo LaVie Z 360

 

The Lenovo LaVie Z 360 brings an almost impossibly light design to convertible-hybrid ultraportables, but it means compromises in performance.

Amazingly lightweight. Convertible-hybrid design. WQHD (2,560-by-1,440) display. Surprisingly full feature set.

Expensive. Flimsy construction. Reflective, smudge-prone display. Confusing keyboard layout. Weak audio. Middling performance in our tests.

Conclusion Despite so many other thin and light convertible-hybrid systems on the market, the Lenovo LaVie Z 360 manages to stand out as the lightest of the bunch. That said, without the weight claim, it's tough to make a case for buying the system....

Jul, 2015

Expert review by : Dan Ackerman (cnet.com)

Lenovo's LaVie Z 360 hybrid reviewed

 

The full-power 13-inch Lenovo LaVie Z 360 is a super-light hybrid with high-end performance.

This 13-inch touchscreen hybrid weighs just a hair over two pounds and includes a powerful high-end processor.

The keyboard is poorly laid out, and this model is heavier and more expensive than the non-touch version. The screen only autorotates in tablet mode.

The Lenovo LaVie Z is an impressive engineering feat, but unless you need the touch screen and 360-degree hinge, stick with the less-expensive, lighter, non-touch model.

Jun, 2015

Expert review by : Cisco Cheng (pcmag.com)

Lenovo Ideapad Z360

 

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.

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.

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Nov, 2010

Expert review by : Laptop Mag (laptopmag.com)

Lenovo LaVie Z 360

 

Super lightweight body; Class-leading performance ; Smooth, sturdy hinge ; Awkward keyboard layout with no backlighting; Poor audio quality; Expensive; Dim display ; The LaVie Z 360 reaches new heights for 2-in-1 lightness and performance, but is held...

Awkward keyboard layout with no backlighting; Poor audio quality; Expensive; Dim display ; The LaVie Z 360 reaches new heights for 2-in-1 lightness and performance, but is held back by a confusing keyboard, dim screen and lackluster battery life.

The LaVie Z 360 reaches new heights for 2-in-1 lightness and performance, but is held back by a confusing keyboard, dim screen and lackluster battery life.

Jun, 2015

Expert review by (notebookcheck.net)

Review Lenovo IdeaPad Z360 Notebook

 

13.3 inch All-Rounder. Lenovo reinforces its z Series with a representative in the 13 inch division with the Z360. The IdeaPad Z360 is small and light enough to be taken along everywhere with a weight of a bit over two kilos. Find out if it's really...

Nice, elegant design, Pleasant chiclet keyboard, Good workmanship, Battery life, Value for money ratio, Typing and working on the 13.3 inch notebook was a very pleasant experience

Interface placement too concentrated on the left, Display brightness, A stronger graphics card. The performance difference to currently installed GPUs is too slight to make a significant difference when switching to the "stronger" GPU

Oct, 2010

Expert review by : Kyle Funk (techaeris.com)

Lenovo LaVie Z 360 Review: A Lightweight Laptop For Those On The Go

 

Upon receiving this Notebook from Lenovo, I thought to myself “eh, another laptop. Not much different from what I've used before.” Well, I was wrong. This Notebook is worth speaking of highly. I can see why Lenovo has won the CES…

I know I’ve already stated it before, but Lenovo definitely has a reason why they won the CES Best of 2015 award. The build, the specs, a gorgeous screen, and the “light as a feather” moment when holding it. This is a laptop that I would use until it...

Jun, 2015

Expert review by : Travis Pope (gottabemobile.com)

Lenovo LaVie Z 360 Review: Same PC, Better Deal

 

In the early days of the Windows 2-in-1 we wished every notebook made by one of Microsoft's partners was a refashioned version of the notebooks we already loved. Some companies tried that to great results. Lenovo is now trying it with its Lenovo LaVie...

The 13.3-inch touchscreen is gorgeous and the 2-in-1 capabilities better justify its compromises. Overall, I think the LaVie Z 360 is a well-rounded, better machine than the classic LaVie Z. Even better, its terrifically thin body and light chassis...

Jul, 2015

Expert review by : lang2009 (blog.laptopz.com )

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.

Aug, 2010

Expert review by : lang2009 (blog.laptopz.com )

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.

Jun, 2010

Expert review by (mobiletechreview.com)

Lenovo LaVie Z & LaVie Z 360

 

Here's something different from Lenovo, the LaVie Z and the LaVie Z 360. Yes, they're still unassuming matte black rectangles like most ThinkPads, but these are wafer thin and are currently the lightest 13.3" laptops on the market. The non-touch LaVie...

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