Cons: Video card, Memory, Bluetooth, Keyboard/peripherals, Included Software, touchpad
"I bought recently. Not gonna lie, this is a great notebook for my work, but I did not like the TouchPad. The scroll does not work correctly, I have to swipe million times for him to accept the command. The TouchPad always hangs. I was forced to use a mouse not to use the TouchPad, but it's not always that I can use the Mouse. The Notebook is good, but I think we should improve in the question TouchPad. Not to mention that Windows 8 is full of functions with motions of the TouchPad, which makes further use."
Cons: Battery, Keyboard/peripherals, Included Software, Screen size, camera
"Lenovo G480-IT's an expensive machine with a substandard look. the touchpad is horrible. that is the part i find most difficult to accept since it has a key function in using any laptop. the good side is that it is a light weight laptop and so far the speed is good too."
Pros: Battery, Weight, Processor, Support, Included software, Memory, Bluetooth, Video card, Keyboard/peripherals, Build Quality, Storage, Display resolution, Display performance
"I got this laptop a month ago and have been very impressed with it, from the computing to the keyboard. For example, if you play games on your laptop this will be for you. I had a Toshiba satellite and i got around 15 fps, 20 if i was lucky. on this machine with the graphics set to the highest, i get around 35. with the graphics set to the lowest i get around 120-140 fps. THAT is power! Intel i5 and 6 gb of ram!"
"Smart Fan Noise Control works perfectly (5 star here), keyboard very comfortable and don't have clicky sound (5 star here), price is worthy with spec (5 star) and i don't like the screen because i'm notice with the vertical line (i think pixelation) and it's not crispy clear (3 star).
But my full review is, it's better with the price and i'm happy with this model."
"I got a really good deal on this, about $400, and it was worth that. It's a nice size, very portable, battery lasts about 3 hours for me, which is adequate. It didn't come with much, but it was cheap for a laptop. The keyboard is good, the picture quality is fine for what I do (mostly word processing and surfing the internet). My only complaints are the screen is too glossy, so it glares if it's not at the right angle, and the touchpad is WAY too sensitive. I have to turn it off when I'm typing, or I end up with my cursur jumping all over the place. Fortunately, it's really easy to turn the touch pad on and off (Fn,F6), so it's not too big a deal."