"I bought this laptop back in September of 2010 and I use it every day. It does only come with 3 gigs of memory and because of that, it's not as fast as some of the other ones. However, for the money, I think this is one of the best laptops you can buy. I regularly use the HDMI port to connect to my tv, and watch netflix movies streaming off the wireless and I've never had an issue (unless it was due to a comcast outage.) Also, this laptop has some of the best energy saving settings that you can switch to just by hitting the battery button on the top, which makes the battery last through my three hour night class and I have plenty left over. Everything works wonderfully, I like the security settings and the speakers are very good for a laptop. Again, overall, I would recommend this to anyone."
"Had to return my new Z360. Wireless Connectivity was very low to non-existent. After an hour with technical support, I was advised to return the product. No problems on the return process. Will try another laptop."
"Lenovo's IdeaPad Z360 provides nearly everything mobile users need in a compact package. Weighing in at a fairly light 4.4 pounds, this 13.3-inch widescreen machine boasts a fantastically comfortable keyboard and touchpad, plus a DVD burner (which is becoming a rarity). Still, the $749 IdeaPad Z360 does have a few weaknesses that may cause you to think twice before buying.
Compact and lightweight, Lenovo's IdeaPad Z360 offers plenty for mobile users to like. It has the performance to tackle everyday business and home computing tasks without breaking a sweat. The notebook also boasts a superbly comfortable keyboard and touchpad, and we like the clean-sounding speakers. Still, the Z360's relatively short battery life will give frequent travelers pause, and its price is a little high given the cheap-feeling design.
+ * Relatively fast performer * Excellent keyboard and comfortable touchpad * Good speakers * Sharp webcam with facial recognition
- * Short battery life * Lackluster design * Weak integrated graphics * Relatively expensive"