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Posted by: dk
« on: August 30, 2013, 00:02:00 »

We have these as company laptops and most of us have a common issue with them which is the size of the touchpad means that it can easily be touched when typing which in turn messes up whatever you are writing with cursor jumping all over the place. Overall performance is below average, screen very ordinary. Definitely purchased based on price alone, would not recommend.
Posted by: Bane2087
« on: June 25, 2013, 16:48:15 »

Do not buy this notebook if you are intending to put windows 7 on it. Lenovo does not support it, as seen here http://support.lenovo.com/en_MY/research/hints-or-tips/detail.page?DocID=HT076504 - the screen brightness does not work correctly on Win 7 and Lenovo have refused to fix this problem saying it's against their company policy.
Posted by: rashindo30
« on: June 02, 2013, 22:19:43 »

I did love d computer but,How can I install yahoo and every other things on it???I need to know
Posted by: Alexandre
« on: March 14, 2013, 13:28:13 »

I got a Lenovo S400 i5-3317U with 1GB AMD Videocard since I needed a cheap, portable, all-around laptop which can do simple video editing and play World of Tanks.  I knew I needed more than 4GB RAM, but the shop told me I could try it out first and can trade it for a different one if I wasn't satisfied.  It struggled with World of Tanks at the low setting so I replaced it with an ASUS K45VM, which was more expensive and heavy, but a lot more powerful and seemed more durable.

LIKE:  very light (including the charger); removable batt; quiet; No DVD

NO LIKE:  limited to 4GB RAM! no VGA port; heat and fan noise right away while running World of Tanks in low setting (at 36 fps); the laptop doesn't seem to be durable

IN A NUTSHELL:  Get the S400 only if you want a cheaper, weaker ultrabook with a 4GB RAM limit  (something in between a netbook and an ultrabook).


Hey man, about your review, can i put more memory on this notebook, or i cant upgrade it, i want to buy one, but i want to put more memory in the future
Posted by: michael trains
« on: March 02, 2013, 17:14:02 »

I like it for what I need to do. love the lite weight, key board is nice, slim computer with a external battery which is hard to find because all the computers this size are internal battery which suck. recovery button is a nice feature, no dick drive is the under side of this computer.
Posted by: Vladimir
« on: February 01, 2013, 15:11:15 »

only for windows 8/
Posted by: Vladimir
« on: February 01, 2013, 15:02:35 »

Данный ноутбук нормально работает ТОЛЬКО под управлением windows 8. Официально заявлено Lenovo (8-000-607856) - низкая яркость экрана в иных версиях виндоус. Убунта не держится.
Too low brightness in windows 7.
Posted by: henroguy
« on: December 22, 2012, 08:51:41 »

I got a Lenovo S400 i5-3317U with 1GB AMD Videocard since I needed a cheap, portable, all-around laptop which can do simple video editing and play World of Tanks.  I knew I needed more than 4GB RAM, but the shop told me I could try it out first and can trade it for a different one if I wasn't satisfied.  It struggled with World of Tanks at the low setting so I replaced it with an ASUS K45VM, which was more expensive and heavy, but a lot more powerful and seemed more durable.

LIKE:  very light (including the charger); removable batt; quiet; No DVD

NO LIKE:  limited to 4GB RAM! no VGA port; heat and fan noise right away while running World of Tanks in low setting (at 36 fps); the laptop doesn't seem to be durable

IN A NUTSHELL:  Get the S400 only if you want a cheaper, weaker ultrabook with a 4GB RAM limit  (something in between a netbook and an ultrabook).
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: October 18, 2012, 04:43:55 »

Virtually an ultrabook. Members of the slim and affordable IdeaPad S400 range are to persuade customers who are interested in an ultrabook, but do not want to pay the demanded price. Our test reveals whether Lenovo's 14 inch laptop is successful.

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Lenovo-IdeaPad-S400-Notebook.83304.0.html

 
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