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Posted by: Janus
« on: June 12, 2014, 18:16:53 »

There seems to be an error with your display brightness analysis. On one hand, your "X-Rite i1Pro 2" figure states an average brightness of 240 cd/m2, while on the other hand you state 105 cd/m2 in your text description. Which one is right?

"diogoff" comments that he experiences greater brightness than 105 cd/m2, and I myself find it hard to believe the brightness to be this bad just from a common sense point of view.

If would be great if you would correct the misunderstanding.
Posted by: diogoff
« on: February 24, 2014, 10:32:41 »

I don't understand the general criticism about lack of brightness. I have this notebook and I always set brightness to around 50%, and it looks perfectly fine to me. If I put it to 100% then it becomes just too bright. I use the xf86-video-intel Linux driver, but I suppose the Windows driver will work just as fine. One thing I agree is that the wireless connectivity could be better, but it's still perfectly usable. It seems Lenovo has chosen a low-power wifi adapter for this model to improve battery life (which, by the way, is amazing - 6 hours every time). The picture quality of the webcam could be improved, but it's enough for skype and stuff like that.
Posted by: diogoff
« on: February 24, 2014, 10:08:20 »

No, you don't need any driver. Just pressing Fn+space should work. The keyboard backlight doesn't seem to depend on the OS. For example, I run Linux and it works just as well. In fact, it works even before the OS has booted, so it seems to be a hardware thing.
Posted by: Yubi
« on: February 18, 2014, 18:43:41 »

I bought this laptop with freedos. What I understand is this laptop has illuminated keyboard based on this article, but when I press fn+space nothing happen. Do I need a special driver? Because I have look at lenovo's site and installed every driver that's relevant.
Posted by: dastigga
« on: January 20, 2014, 10:10:54 »

It is true.  I am using this computer for the past 3 months, and is constantly annoyed by the ULTRA LOW brightness.  Overall thoughts?  Well the screen is crap, there is no built in LAN port, and has 1 USB 3.0 and 2 USB 2.0 instead of the other way round.  The left palm rest can get uncomfortably warm. Other than that, it is a brilliant computer, with decent specs and a nice keyboard, I managed to run mainstream games like COD, Borderlands 2, Assassin's Creed to medium settings.  Startup time is quick also.
Posted by: avin124
« on: November 06, 2013, 14:48:49 »

It's so strange that the laptop has such low brightness. I think the writer may accidentally turn off the backlit for the display. Press the function key (F9) to turn it on/off.
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« on: August 28, 2013, 04:04:17 »

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