9 of 13(69%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for IdeaPad U410 Touch
Review 1 for IdeaPad U410 Touch
Date:June 19, 2014
"There are a few minor issues with the S415. Overall its a good buy. However, Microsoft windows 8 and the upgrade to 8.1 had to be repeated. The biggest disappointment is the track pad. Its poor performance is something you are reminded of 100 times an hour. The speaker placement is also puzzling - its on the bottom. cant hear a thing. Love the light weight and form factor. The keyboard could use back lighting but the keys are responsive and clean."
"I purchased this laptop 10 months ago when I started college. This laptop is fantastic! It is very light and I carry it around everywhere. The battery life is great. The processing is generally very good, and I often run MATLAB and other programming/engineering software. I have the i7 processor, and it's all fine. It has the look and feel of a Macbook, which I like aesthetically, but I'm a PC Windows person, so this laptop is perfect. If you can't get Wifi, disable McAfee and use Defender. I've never had any serious problems but a few times I've had very slow internet, while my roommate's has been fine. So, overall, some minor Wifi issues, but very good laptop."
"Overall, it is a great device. It has a long battery life (typically 5 hours before a charge), and I love the touchscreen with Windows 8. The touchscreen is very easy to use. Everyone always says that the laptop itself looks just like a Mac, and I have not had any problems with the computer breaking in any way. The keyboard is not bad at all, with one exception: the backspace key. It is not as large as a typical backspace key, and I sometimes hit the "Home" key instead. Additionally, I would have liked a CD-Rom drive on the computer. I have not needed it yet, but it would have been a useful addition. However, other than these two minor complaints, the computer overall is very fast and I have not had any problems with Wi-Fi or freezing up."
"Given that my Lenova U 410 is just over one year old (about 3 1/2 weeks out of warranty) I am very disappointed that the wireless card has failed. I have owned several computers, and this has never occurred on another product. The person I spoke to at Lenova technical service desk was marginally knowledgeable. After she put me on hold twice, once for a lengthy period, she concluded the card is faulty. Although I am not very confident that her conclusion is correct, I am forced to send the computer to Lenova (very pricy!) or find a local technician. I have found other feathers of U 410 to my liking, but, given the cost I must now invest I cannot recommend this computer."
"I bought this for my wife based on the specs. This is the first Lenovo product I have ever purchased (and my last).
I upgraded her hard drive to a solid state drive and did help greatly with the sluggishness. However, Lenovo whitelisted the cheap horrible wireless card. This means you cannot replace the wireless card - the computer will not boot up stating an unsupported wireless card is attached.
I have outstanding wireless coverage in my house and yet this machine acts like it is on a 1200 baud modem.
On top of that there are a lot of issues with this laptop for migrating to Windows 8.1 There is a long list of features that are no longer supported.
Lastly, you have to call for support. There is no email support. You have to be kidding - right? Nope."
Cons: Wireless card, Included Software, Build Quality
"I have now had 2 u410 Touch laptops, and both have had the same problem. The internet shows good connection strength, but the internet speed is terrible. This is a design problem. If you purchase this machine, make sure to check that you are getting the right internet speed!"