I have Ideapad and it is not as solid as ThinkPad. Keyboard have issues after 2 months of usage (some keys randomly did not response). The price is cheaper but you pay what you get. If you think to have a notebook for a short term usage then go for it. Otherwise, I will choose something else.
By anonymous on 07/26/2020, 12:14 PM EDT
By anonymous on 07/23/2020, 08:46 PM EDT
It's stated that if upgrades are not performed by a certified technician then the warranty is void. That being said this is not a Thinkpad but an iDeapad. This mean it's not as rock solid as a Thinkpad and it will take 3 to 4 weeks to send it back to Lenovo for repair. I buy hundreds of Thinkpad T4x0 series at work and they last 5 to 7 years as long as you don't drop or spill coffee on it. I bought one ideapad Yoga and not only it didn't last that long but one repair took 3 to 4 weeks as opposed to3 to 4 days.
By anonymous on 07/23/2020, 06:29 PM EDT
I don't agree with u. //@Anonymous: Warranty is void if you upgrade it yourself, i.e. add memory or upgrade the hard drive. //@Anonymous: good deal?
By anonymous on 07/21/2020, 03:50 AM EDT
Warranty is void if you upgrade it yourself, i.e. add memory or upgrade the hard drive. //@Anonymous: good deal?