17 of 22(77%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Lenovo B750
Review 1 for Lenovo B750
Mine has windows 8, i5 & 8GB ram – made 2013
Date:December 14, 2014
"I expected 1yr warranty, but Lenovo site shows 3 months. All amazing: I opened it - A lightweight space age technology boomerang that has the ability to attach itself at the base of a Lenovo b750. Hand tighten the screws, no tools, a superb fit. Next, a mouse dongle secretly hidden inside the mouse. Batteries for keyboard & mouse included. Feel good factor really high. Everything very easily assembled. Insert plug into a surge protect socket (page 7 manual) & insert lead into the back of B750. Find Cd for drivers & insert into blu ray player. Let it do its job. On use I found a fast boot time & internet connection, & loved it. Happy with picture & sound, and streamed video was awesome – Exactly what I thought I had paid for. Best review on B750 I found on computershopper.com. Comes with PowerDVD10 that has full screen & 32x fast forward. I deduct .5 of a mark (and unlikely to buy Lenovo again) for fan noise as my Acer AIO pc is silent. No comment on use for gaming. Marks 9.5 / 10."
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Review 2 for Lenovo B750
Top-Notch Specs; Brilliant Screen
Date:December 9, 2014
"I purchased the B750 based on the impressive 29" widescreen display, and high-end components (e.g., 2 TB space, i7 processor, Blu-ray, 8mg graphics card, etc.). The specs on this particular model are at the top-notch across the board, and the file transfer from my old computer to the new computer (with the appropriate software purchased at the same time) worked seamlessly, despite others comments that it doesn't work with Windows 8.1 (it did!).
What I like: Impressive 29" widescreen display, which allows for a split screen, and wide screen video game and DVD entertainment in the wider aspect ratio (this is wider than 16:9). Also, I'm happy that Lenovo loaded the computer with the most current state-of-the-art components.
What I'm indifferent about: no manual or disc for Windows 8.1, which definitely has a learning curve from Windows 7 (although you can jump back and forth between 7 and 8.1, which is awesome!), the dongle for the mouse, keyboard starts with numlock off."