Lenovo IdeaPad Z370
Solid build quality, Good keyboard and touchpad, Fivehour battery life, Good value.
Wonderful audio at a budget price, Fairly lightweight, snazzy peacockblue case.
Powerful enough for productivity and movie watching, great keyboard and affordable price..
Strong performance for the price; bright, sharp screen; Bluetooth; attractive design; low price
Glossy plastic smudges easily, Slow hard drive.
Short on configuration options, Mediocre computing and subpar gaming performance.
Front cover shows lots of fingerprints and hand grease, viewing angles are very limited from right and bottom.
Squishy keyboard; no USB 3.0
By SlashGear on September 05, 2011
The Lenovo Z370 packs great performance in a small package with the latest Intel Core i5-2410M CPU with integrated Intel HD 3000 GPU. It’s not targeting business use, especially with its flashy design option in blue, but that doesn’t mean it...-
By TechReviewSource on August 31, 2011
The Lenovo IdeaPad Z370 comes in a bright blue color that is extremely glossy but not enough to make too many fingerprints show. The lid of the laptop has a 3D-like square pattern that radiates from the middle. In total, it measures 12.9 x 8.7 x...60
By Notebook Review on August 24, 2011
The Lenovo IdeaPad Z370 is a solid choice for an inexpensive portable notebook. It has an aesthetically pleasing design, good keyboard and touchpad, good battery life (five hours) and even decent speakers. There are no major downsides to this notebook...70
By PCWorld on August 24, 2011
Relatively lightweight and outfitted with good stereo speakers, the IdeaPad Z370 is a good deal for multimedia fans as long as heavy-duty computing or serious gaming aren't involved....70
By MobileTechReview on August 23, 2011
If you like the Lenovo IdeaPad Y570 but it's a bit too expensive or you don't need that much graphics power, then the IdeaPad Z370 is worth a look. It's equally capable for schoolwork, MS Office work, as well as playing music and movies. The...70
By Computer Shopper on August 01, 2011
Strong performance, an attractive design, and an impressive display make the IdeaPad Z370 an appealing, budget, thin-and-light laptop. But look elsewhere if you don’t like squishy keyboards....78
By LaptopMag on July 26, 2011
The $629 Lenovo IdeaPad Z370 offers solid overall performance, a fast boot time, and a vivid display wrapped in an eye-catching blue design. However, its poor endurance is a turnoff, expecially for a 13-inch system. While it's not as powerful, the...60
By NotebookCheck on June 15, 2011
Lenovo presents an interesting 13 inch subnotebook in the IdeaPad Z370. Basically, we liked the notebook's design. But, as known, taste is a personal matter and the pink interior will especially be cause for the one or other difference of opinion....82
By Hardware.no on September 25, 2011
Med en prislapp på 5700 kroner prøver Lenovo med IdeaPad Z370 å appellere til kjøpere som ønsker en liten og stilig maskin som ikke koster skjorta og enda litt til. Ytelsen er ingenting å skrive hjem om, men duger til det...-
By DinSide Data on September 01, 2011
Vi liker Lenovo IdeaPad Z370 bedre og bedre etter at vi har blitt bedre kjent med den. Den har en solid og fin design, er meget god å skrive på, har bra generell ytelse og noen smarte funksjoner som vi også har sansen for. Det finnes PC-er...67