Good keyboard for an ultrabook.
Three color options.
Eye-catching color and design.
Screen resolution could be higher.
Low-end graphics don't offer a huge real-world boost over Ivy Bridge integrated chipset.
Keyboard not backlit.
Display dimmer than some Ultrabooks.
By ThinkComputers on January 03, 2013
When I first received the IdeaPad U410 I was extremely excited and eager to start using it. At first glance this Ultrabook does impress. The Ruby Red chassis really stands out among other laptops out there. The U410 is pretty thin and light as well...80
By theregister.co.uk on October 25, 2012
If you want a decent bit of hardware at a not-unreasonable cost, then you might consider the IdeaPad U410. However, despite the good features like the SSD cache I, feel that Lenovo has not delivered on what it claims, specifically in the battery...65
By PCPer on September 19, 2012
Lenovo’s IdeaPad U410 currently starts at $799. For that you receive the same hardware found in our review unit including an Intel Core i5-3317, NVIDIA GeForce GT 610M graphics processor and eight gigabytes of RAM. More expensive models upgrade...-
By Expert Reviews on September 13, 2012
Dedicated graphics at a great price, but the screen quality and flex in the keyboard detract...80
By Computer Shopper on August 29, 2012
This well-rounded 14-inch ultrabook sports a great keyboard plus dedicated graphics for a little extra gaming performance. Our main complaint is that its screen is stuck at the same 1,366x768 resolution as lesser models....80
By HardwareHeaven on August 23, 2012
With the U410 being an Ultrabook it has some notable design specifications imposed on it and the key item is thickness. This 21mm thich machine offers a portable size and the weight is well balanced. We noticed no quality issues with the finish and...90
By Pocket-lint on August 22, 2012
A good all-rounder, we have a good feeling about this laptop, we liked using it and it looks the part. The battery life is a worry, and we think people will more than likely want to spend a little more, to get a thin and light ultrabook, but that...80
By PC Advisor on August 22, 2012
Lenovo's IdeaPad U410 does a good job of being useful in most situations, if you aren't looking to do some hardcore gaming or DVD/CD burning. It's hard to complain about the little things when this system shows such a vast improvement over...80
By itproportal.com on August 15, 2012
Lenovo’s IdeaPad U410 may not have the immediate gob-smacking appeal of the slimmest Ultrabooks. But at £649 it’s also one of the cheaper options in its class. It doesn’t quite have the everyday performance of Core i5-equipped...80
By uk.hardware.info on August 08, 2012
The Lenovo IdeaPad U410 is a very affordable Ultrabook. It will be difficult to find elsewhere an Ultrabook with a Core i7, 8 GB RAM and a 1 TB hard drive at a similar price. If you don't mind the weight, then this laptop is certainly an interesting...-