50 of 59(85%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for IdeaPad Z570
Review 1 for IdeaPad Z570
Z570 no backup DVD
Date:April 27, 2012
"It is too soon to write anything but want the buyers know it comes with NO BACkUP DVD or CDs. If you forget to back up and something goes wrong you can buy it for I believe $ 89 (customer support informed met that). I guess outsourcing is not enough to make profits. I received my laptop in less than 5 days, it needed some clean up on the surface.
I bought z570-1024DDU one, so far it's going good. Boots up fast. Keyboard is a little messy one, wonder why they added numerical pad and pushed the keys to a corner. Over all design is OK not great. Disappointed that it has no small light that can be turned on in the night to see the key-Board. My very old thinkpad had it. I loved the design of it, it was a cute one. Keep a few DVDs ready to make your system restore disks before you do anything."
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Review 2 for IdeaPad Z570
BUY BUY BUY!!!!
Date:May 27, 2012
"After using my Z570 for a year now I have concluded that I am now a lifelong LENOVO fanboy! Why oh why can't the other big box PC manufacturers get the same idea that LENOVO had. The Z570 is by far and hands down, the best laptop I have ever owned. It is the 17th, so I know what I am talking about. I absolutely love the REAL metal body and how it has enough power to handle "ALMOST" anything I throw at it. The only reason it doesn't get 5 stars is because of the age old achillies heel. Performance/battery life. You can't have your cake and eat it too! It is light, stylish, and becomes it's own WIFI hotspot! I didn't know how much I needed that when I bought it but WOW! The webcam is wonderful and the sound is crystal. I HIGHLY recommend to anyone wanting purchase a GREAT rig. The price is perfect as well. TRY and beat that price at DELL or HP. Good Luck! From me to you, BUY BUY BUY!"
Cons: Display resolution, Battery, slow hard drive
"Is a good overall purchase, for a HOME USER. I'm not as easily shamoozeled as the rest of the kids. This is not my first Lenovo. I currently own 6 and service over 30 at work. I have the i7 model with a 750Gig and 8GB. It seems a bit more "delicate" than the tough lenovo's i am used to. The entire thing is a dust and finger print magnet. It is half the weight of T61's, they weigh about 10pounds each. I have had it since early DEC, and only used it maybe 10 hours. After it gets tuned- all the un-necessary- trial software removed. I am sure it will be just fine. The one thing that bothers me the most is--NO not that its lowest in its class size resolution(1366x768) screen. I did expect higher for an HD screen though but i can live with that. Its the plain older model SATA 5400 hard drive. IT BOTTLE NECKS THE ENTIRE SYSTEM. I already ordered a SSD for mine, even an SATA 2 would have been .40-.60ms faster with about .5 faster seek time. Over all I would recommend this to anyone looking for a good HOME/DESKTOP replacement system. Looks beautiful hooked up to my HD big screen. I also know that with the Lenovo dependability it will last a long time. Hey, i am an analyst by trade & tech freek, you may absolutely love it. Go try it out for your self at a store dont take only my word for it. I didn't test drive your last car for ya, or try on that last pair of jeans you bought. Go do it your self. Lenovo's have always been a good, solid computer in my eye's. And by the way- i happen to like the keyboard. The color of mine is bit of a mystery though, its not GUN METAL anything, i own more guns than L/Tops and none are this color. Battery life is "FAIR"-- but i guess thats how they get you to buy 2nd/extra one or extended length battery. Short battery time is directly related to having alot of power and memory. If thats an issue for you try to balance the power plan. I keep mine at Maximum performance. Dead/bad battery can be replaced- frustration from a slow computer can ruin your whole day"