Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Lenovo IdeaPad Z470 Review

This bright blue notebook was fashionable. Surface casing is slick and shiny add cool effects.

In features, the Lenovo IdeaPad Z470 is similar to LenovoThinkPad Edge E420s. Both are equipped with a 2.3 GHz Corei5 2410M. However, there are differences in memory capacity.IdeaPad Z470 memory is only half of the ThinkPad Edge E420s. Other differences, the Lenovo IdeaPad Z470 does not have afingerprint reader, USB powered, and the SIM card slot. IdeaPadZ470 is aimed at consumers who are considered not requirethose features. Compared with the ThinkPad Edge E420s,IdeaPad Z470 is more compact, but is thicker and heavier. This is because the battery is not built-in like the ThinkPad Edge420s.

I like the placement of its USB 2.0-scattered in three placesbecause it means flexibility. In addition, its wide palmrest serves to reduce heat when used for a long time. Multitouchnyatouchpad is large enough and has the texture, so comfortable when in contact with the tip of index finger and thumb. On the front right of the latest notebooks have a switch to enable /disable feature Wi-Fi.

As with all Lenovo notebooks, Z470 has a special button OneKey Recovery system, which is used to restore the notebook to its factory defaults if the notebook is having problems.

But now Lenovo IdeaPad Z470 has emerged with a new version of a higher specification  Lenovo IdeaPad Z470 - 10225MU 2nd generation Intel Core i5-2430M (2.40GHz 1333MHz 3MB)
Learn more about Lenovo IdeaPad Z470 - 10225MU 2nd generation Intel Core i5-2430M (2.40GHz 1333MHz 3MB) and read the customer review in here.

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