This is our detailed product review for the Lenovo LaVie Z 360.
Read our full review below to learn if this is just the right thing for you.
- Thinner (0.5cm) than other 2 in 1 today.
- Very clear display.
- Powerful core i7-5500U processor.
- Fast 256GB of perfect solid-state drive.
- No backlit keys.
- A little bit expensive.
256 GB SSD
6 inch WQHD Touch-enabled Display
4 GB Graphics
Windows 8.1 64 bit
Statement – I love this laptop. It is a beautiful laptop with a crystal clear display. The battery life is amazing and I find myself carrying it with me more than my MacBook Air.
The computer comes in 5 different colors. They are Camel, Silver, Ebony, White, and Copper
The Thinkpad comes preloaded with Lenovo utilities and apps along with Microsoft software. The software includes McAfee, Microsoft Security Essentials, and Microsoft Office.
The 360 offers a choice of Intel Core i7-5500U, Intel Core i5-5300U and Intel Core i3-5010U processors. The Core i7 and i5 models offer an NVIDIA graphics card. The Core i3 model comes with Intel HD Graphics 5500.
The 360 has a 13.3 inch QHD display or 3200 x 1800 resolution with IPS technology. This allows the display to have a wide viewing angle.
It has 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB SSD. When it was new the SSD was quite fast. But as the cores have gotten faster, this SSD does not feel as fast as it used to be.
The 360 has a battery life of 11 hours which is quite impressive and beats the battery life of my MacBook Air.
The 360 comes with a backlit keyboard, so if you need to use the computer in low-light situations, it is easier to type.
This is a larger and more heavy duty laptop than the Air. It feels a bit more solid as well.
The 360 is also certified by the Microsoft Windows 8.1 64-bit logo which is more than the Air.
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