82
Global
Score
82

There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws.

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Engadget Summary

The Lenovo U410 is a solid, well-built Ultrabook that can handle most media, casual gaming, and productivity tasks without breaking the bank. While it lacks the solid-state drive common on more expensive Ultrabooks, and weighs in at 4.1 pounds, it's still highly portable, and includes two USB 3.0 ports, HDMI, Ethernet, a good keyboard, and a multitouch-ready trackpad, so that you can start practicing for Windows 8.

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Breakdown

Durability
7.6
Design and form factor
8.3
Portability (size / weight)
7.6
Speed and features
8.2
Noise
8.0
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Specs

IdeaPad

Type
Ultraportable
Bundled OS
Windows
Video outputs
HDMI
System RAM
4 GB
Maximum battery life
Up to9 hour
Pointing device
Trackpad
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Specs

IdeaPad

Type
Ultraportable
Bundled OS
Windows
Video outputs
HDMI
System RAM
4 GB
Maximum battery life
Up to9 hour
Pointing device
Trackpad
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