Lenovo G560 Quick Review

By Soumitra Mondal, Gaea News Network
Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Giving Lenovo G560 a quick glance may make you feel that there must be many problems with these notebooks because it is selling at sub-700 dollars price tag but it is surely an attractive thing for the budget buyers. Let’s take a brief look at the laptop to decide whether it is worth a buy or not.

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A quick look at the specs will tell you that the Lenovo G560 is a notebook with a 2.26GHz Intel Core i5-430M Processor with 320 GB (5400rpm) HDD with a 4 GB DDR3 SO-DIMM memory upgradeable up to 8 GB DDR3. The display is of 15.6-inch high-definition 1366768 panel which is one of the best features of this notebook. It works in genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit. There is Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD, OneKey Rescue System for quick and easy recovery of data with virus protection and Breakthrough Technology with Touch-sensitive controls.

The Lenovo G560 makes things easier with the smart, adaptable performance of the new 2010 Intel Core i5 processor and OneKey Rescue System for easy data recovery and backup. The Lenovo G560 also includes eSATA and USB port, Wireless connecitivity, an HDMI interface, a card-reader and an Express card slots. Priced at an affordable $699, the Lenovo G560 gives you everything you’ll need for entertainment and basic work functions.

Pros

  • Bright crystal clear LED screen Good for watching full screen videos
  • High quality keyboard
  • Sleek modern design, Very thin and light for its size and price
  • OneKey Rescue System for quick & easy data recovery

Cons

  • Lenovo is using a traditional-style keyboard instead of a Chiclet-style keyboard and even separated in a dedicated mini-number-pad.
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