4 of 5(80%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for IdeaCentre B750
Review 1 for IdeaCentre B750
from a laptop fan, 1st time all-in-one purchaser
Date:April 10, 2014
"I got this All-in-One for my home office to replace a Windows XP laptop. It takes less space than a typical CPU+monitor, has the wider screen for running multiple applications simultaneously, has the processing and memory capacity for my graphics work, all with a beautiful HD display and good speakers. No complaints after having it 3 months."
"The computer seemed to have been well made except that the screen was very wide (27" diagonal) and only 11 inches tall. When you opened up documents, photos it was very challenging because thr screen was so short relative to the width. It was like looking through a car windsheild.
This was a huge mistake in a computer that could have had far greater appeal.
Now I am looking for an all in one that is a bit smaller than the 29 inch diagonal and is in better proportion with the height."
"The specs are amazing for the price. I love the split screen mode and motion control. I can download anything quickly and the screen is beautiful (other than the stupid stickers I removed on the front). Lenovo's support has been great to work with as well. The Motion Control was not working properly so I contacted support. The rep I spoke with was so friendly and was able to identify and fix the issue. I have had a great experience with Lenovo so far and would recommend this computer."
Cons: Keyboard/peripherals, Included Software, Screen size, 21:9 aspect ratio
"Overall, this is a great computer. It is very fast, has tons of storage and RAM, a great graphics card and a beautiful screen. It is however the screen that is going to make me send this unit back.
While touted as a great feature, and rightfully so for most computer functions, the 21:9 aspect ratio comes up short for my uses. Watching movies on things such as Netflix, results in a more 4:3 look, with lots of unused screen space. The same is said for many BluRays; there is a workaround for this that can be found on Nvida's website however. In addition, my Xbox/PS3, and other inputs, will not take to the 21:9 ratio, and therefore the entire picture is stretched/squashed to fit the screen. This was the dealbreaker for me, as I was going to use this PC as a tv/game monitor/computer."