Intel third-generation Core i5 processor.
Wireless Display 2,0.
Comfortable keyboard and mouse.
Available in different colors.
Fairly loud speakers.
Trackpad problems resolved.
Screen bezel notwithstanding, remarkably sturdy.
Crisp, colorful design.
Swift, simple hybrid storage.
Affordable for an ultrabook.
Seven-hour battery-life is good, but not great.
Looks too much like the MacBook Pro.
Screen is dim.
IdeaPad got fat.
Still no keyboard backlighting.
There aren't any SSD-only upgrade options.
Some keyboard flex.
By TechRadar on January 17, 2013
Compared to the laptops you'll find it next to in a PC shop, it may be that the fun looks are all that can make the Lenovo IdeaPad U310 stand out. It's not any worse than its low-priced Ultrabook peers, and the keyboard is good for those who...70
By HEXUS.net on October 10, 2012
Ultrabooks may have started life as expensive showpieces for Intel's much-vaunted form factor, but it was only a matter...50
By InsideHW on September 19, 2012
It's not very often that we come across hardware that is both good-looking and price-sensitive, so we’re more than happy to see Lenovo trying to change this. Don’t expect to see an ultrabook in the 300-400€ range just yet, but with...-
By Expert Reviews on September 16, 2012
An everyman’s 13.3in Ultrabook, with a great price to boot...80
By DigitalVersus on September 14, 2012
The IdeaPad U310's mediocre screen automatically limits its overall score to 3 stars. But it has other problems, too: poor speakers, very low processing power and issues with the finishing. In the same price range, the Sony Vaio T13 is a better...60
By ultrabooknews.com on September 04, 2012
Lenovo's IdeaPad U310 is the comany's first stab at a second generation Ivy Bridge Ultrabook. Not quite a direct refresh of the premium-positioned Lenovo U300S , the U310 is a budget/value option which sticks with a Core i5 processor, integrated...-
By HotHardware on August 24, 2012
The Lenovo IdeaPad U310 is a capable, portable, and classy ultrabook. As we discussed briefly in the beginning of our benchmark discussion, the system isn't meant to wow you with unrivalled performance. It's not a heavy-duty gamer, for example,...-
By ultrabookreview.com on August 21, 2012
With the IdeaPad U310, Lenovo shows that budget ultrabooks are not a myth and good 13.3 inch ultra-portable laptops cab be bought for about $700. Of course, the U310 still has its issues, but the overall package is good enough to make it my favorite...70
By Trusted Reviews on August 16, 2012
More Photos 7/10 Decent screen Above average typing experience Colourful Affordable Doesn’t excel Keyboard flex On the heavy side Review Price £599.00 : 13.3in 1366 x 768 matt TN screen; Core i3-i5, 4GB RAM, 32GB/500GB SSD/HDD; Metal...-
By MobileTechReview on August 12, 2012
The Lenovo IdeaPad U310 is a well made Ultrabook with a premium casing and a unique, stylish design (no echoes of the MacBook Air here). It has a better than average keyboard, a very usable trackpad, good support tools and an attractive price. If...70