Editors Liked

  • Impressive size for a portable gaming notebook, Ultra detailed screen with 4K resolution, Graphics performance, Beautiful design and aluminum shell, JBL stereo speakers, Comfortable AccuType keyboard with backlight, Easy maintenance, External DVD supplied
  • The Lenovo Y50 Touch 4K packs in features, including a mainstream graphics card, touchscreen, and full 4K resolution
  • Great design, Spacious keyboard layout, Fantastic 4K Ultra HD display, Strong performance
  • Highend GPU for entry level price, Smart design, Brushed aluminum surface with rubberized wrist rest, Solid hinge, Display with high resolution, Loud and balanced speakers with subwoofer, Supports Nvidia Optimus, Fast SSD with large capacity, Respectable
  •  Good gaming performance for $1000, with the GTX 860M,  Very quiet for a gaming laptop, Very good touchpad,  Simple stylish design,  Acceptable battery performance at around 44.5 hours surfing the web,  Very high build quality,  Best speakers for a gami

Editors Didn't Like

  • No maintenance cover, Glaretype screen, Inactive CPU Turbo in multithread applications
  • Lack of M.2/NGFF slot, Very short Turbo Boost duration
  • The 4K display looks much better than its dull 1080p predecessor, but the midlevel GPU means you won't actually be playing many games at 4K resolution
  • Graphics card isn't strong enough for 4K gaming
  • The plastic display frame seems cheap in comparison to the other notebook parts, Surfaces heat up strongly under load, Reduced performance when running on battery only, Limited turbo boost, Low feedback of the keyboard, No dedicated keys to control volume
  • Bad 1080p display (but the UHD is good),  With an I7, CPU might get throttled under full load,  Keyboard is not the great and typing fast is a problem due to missed characters (seems like others don't think so), The Intel 3160 WiFi card disconnection driv