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Posted by: waste of money
« on: February 19, 2014, 04:00:52 »

i bought this laptop in september 2013 upgraded windows 8 to pro and the battery doesn't last an hour and can't boot into bios which is why i think this product is a dud and been discontinued
Posted by: Nota Shill
« on: May 28, 2013, 08:33:16 »

Please ignore the paid Intel shills that are posting online to try and bad-mouth AMD. Intel seems to have a bad taste in their mouth still after this whole debacle.
Posted by: Race
« on: April 10, 2013, 07:40:50 »

You need to update the GPU drivers to the Catylist (13.1 I think or may be a newer version), not the update from the Lenovo site, for a significant improvement. Just needs the right drivers.
Posted by: J G
« on: March 10, 2013, 07:43:48 »

This article is laptop rates the graphics at 6.7 and 6gigs got 7.2 i think 8would get a higher runs games on high no prob.but yeah the HD is the weak point.but I got it for $479 about 320 euros.$527 with taxes.
Posted by: Baz
« on: March 02, 2013, 06:23:44 »

I have the A8-4500M version of this laptop running win 8 64, and I'm getting the same benchmarks with just the A8 APU and 8gb ran. I can run COD MW2 at 1366x768 at ultra settings, MOH Warfighter at High both reporting over 40fps using fraps - I have noticed this sight is always biased to intel. I had an dell xps15 with i7-2630qm, 16gb ram and nvidia gtg535m, that laptop only produced thea same bench marks a my lenovo but cost $450 more!
Posted by: suo.eno
« on: November 12, 2012, 18:14:56 »

**sigh** ... So essentially what this review means is; AMD has botched it again w/ crap gfx drivers. And this is the Windows one we're talking about. What if I plan to go full Linux distro and Steam For Linux? It's almost as if they're torturing the OEMs for supporting the Trinity initiative?
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: November 08, 2012, 06:02:19 »

Budget all-rounder. Lenovo sends its 15-inch notebook off to the race, this time with AMD Vision processor and dual GPU. The AMD-only combination feels quite lonely, since most competitors rely either on Intel and NVIDIA or Intel and AMD.

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