Attractive price for the hardware.
Impressive Dolby sound.
Low resolution for its screen size.
Insufficient graphics processing for gaming.
On the thick side.
Relatively dim screen.
By PCAdvisor on August 23, 2013
The size and weight of the Lenovo Z580 mean that it’s not the most portable of laptops, and will probably spend most of its time indoors. However, its strong performance and low cost makes it an excellent choice for anyone that needs a powerful desktop-replacement system for use at home or in the office.80
By PC Advisor on August 23, 2013
Lenovo Z580's is a great cheap laptop for the back-to-school season, coming in at just under £500. It's not the most portable of notebooks, but it offers good performance. See all budget laptops. It's quite heavy, at 2.65kg, and it...80
By PC Pro on January 28, 2013
An attractive exterior, solid ergonomics and spritely performance combine to create a cracking budget...83
By itproportal.com on January 10, 2013
At £600, the Lenovo IdeaPad Z580 is not a budget laptop, but it has a few reasons to merit its price. The fast dual-core Intel Core i7 processor and decent battery life make this a good all-rounder, although discrete graphics would have made it a...80
By Expert Reviews on December 17, 2012
Perfect if you like to watch films or play games on the go, but its poor battery life touchpad prevent the Z580 from achieving true greatness...80
By Tech2 on September 25, 2012
and Pricing in India At Rs. 64,990 (end user price), the Lenovo IdeaPad Z580 might come across as expensive. But the quad-core Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM, 1TB hard drive and Blu-ray combo drive quite justify the heavy price tag. If Lenovo would have...70
By PCPer on August 24, 2012
Lenovo’s IdeaPad Z580, as we received it, will set you back about $599. That’s a good price for a new laptop with a Core i5-3210M processor. I was not able to find a similar deal on competitor websites at the time of this writing. That can...-
By Computer Shopper on July 30, 2012
This sleek, modern-looking laptop has many valuable features, including a latest-gen Intel Ivy Bridge CPU, and it performs well. It's a solid pick for students and business buyers on a budget. (Don't run resource-intensive games on it, though.)...80
By PC Advisor on July 23, 2012
The Lenovo Z580 is a stylish and reasonably well-built laptop. If you don’t want to play games or other graphically demanding duties there's less reason to spend £200 over the comparable Dell Inspiron 15R, although you do get stronger...70
By LaptopMag on July 10, 2012
The Lenovo IdeaPad Z580 packs good performance and multimedia chops in a sturdy and affordable 15-inch...80