Lenovo Ideapad U260
Softtouch finish available in two colors, Textured palm rest and glass touchpad, Breathable keyboard allows for better cooling and spill resistance, Great processor performance.
Attractive design, Great keyboard and palm rests, Matte screen.
Thin and stylish. Excellent typing and navigating experience. Lightweight. Matte screen is a rare find. Respectable battery life.
Attractive design; thin, light, and sturdy
Eye-catching, premium design; excellent keyboard and touchpad; lightweight chassis; extremely comfortable ergonomics.
Stylish, minimalistic design, Comfortable keyboard & trackpad, Good quality 720p display
Best of breed input ergonomics, Super stylish.
Luxurious design, Bright 12.5-inch display, Comfortable island keyboard, Accurate glass touchpad, Solid Core i5 performance
Super light and thin, beautiful design, excellent quality, lovely display.
Extremely solid, thin aluminum design, Very smooth, polished glass touchpad, Snappy performance
Disappointing battery life, Nonremovable battery, Certain smaller keys on keyboard layout.
Limited performance, Limited ports, High price tag.
No SD slot. Lacks the performance oomph found in other ultraportables. Small screen.
Poor battery life; battery is not user-replaceable
Underperforming CPU; sub-3-hour battery life disappoints, considering the power-saving processor.
Only average performance
Relatively short battery life, Weak graphics, Dark webcam, Hot bottom-side vents
Battery life just OK, could use more ports and slots.
Only three hours of battery life, Keyboard is a bit cramped, No SD card slot, backlit keyboard
By TechSpot on January 31, 2011
The Lenovo U260 is one of the nicest looking small notebooks I've had the opportunity to work with. Its slim lines, uniform styling and matte display make for one attractive offering. The 12.5" widescreen display is a nice change from the glossy...-
By TechRadar on April 18, 2012
It's difficult to know how to proceed with the Lenovo U260. It's a great-looking laptop with featherweight dimensions and a lot of usability. On the other hand, it's quite expensive and nearly every aspect of the internal specs is dated. For...40
By DigitalVersus on September 24, 2011
Close to the Dell Vostro V130 and nice to look at, this model is ultra-slim and light but lacks enough battery life (2h15) to make it viable to take on long outings. You'll find much more powerful models with longer battery life (Asus U36SD and Acer...60
By InfoWorld on August 27, 2011
The common denominator is small size and light weight. Otherwise, the usual tradeoffs apply. Be on the alert for lousy ergonomics, poor...70
By HotHardware on April 04, 2011
Overall, we liked the ultra light Lenovo IdeaPad U260 for its stylish design, gorgeous LCD screen and respectable set of hardware features. We found little to really fault in the device. Our biggest complaint is that Lenovo sacrificed battery life to...-
By Dev Hardware on March 16, 2011
he IdeaPad U260's design is extremely impressive, and by far its best aspect. It's very thin and portable, measuring 12.5 inches wide by 8.1 inches deep by 0.7 inch thick. The laptop...-
By NotebookCheck on February 22, 2011
The Lenovo IdeaPad U260 leaves a good impression as a subnotebook from the premium segment, even if it has several apparent weaknesses. The case made out of a high quality alloy, as well as the leather surfaces and the touchpad out of glass provide...85
By PC Advisor on February 18, 2011
If you're looking for a good compromise between size, weight and performance in a notebook that doesn't look like a notebook, the Lenovo IdeaPad U260 fits the bill. Brian Nadel...-
By ConnectReviews on February 17, 2011
TweetShareEmail I've always been a huge fan of Lenovo's ThinkPad lineup, and after meeting with them at CES this past January, I had a chance to take a look at a variety of their latest desktop and notebook models. One that stood out to me...-
By Notebook Review on February 10, 2011
I have to confess feeling a bit conflicted while writing this review. One one hand I honestly believe this is the most attractive consumer laptop that Lenovo has ever produced. More to the point, the IdeaPad U260 is one of the nicest feeling notebook...60