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Lenovo U410 V Samsung NP530U4B

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    Lenovo U410 V Samsung NP530U4B

    Hi all,

    I am looking to buy a new laptop for mainly home use.

    i'm looking at the 2 above models, I just wondered if anybody has had a "hands on" with these models.

    Any feedback much appreciated

    #2
    Originally posted by DaveP View Post
    Hi all,

    I am looking to buy a new laptop for mainly home use.

    i'm looking at the 2 above models, I just wondered if anybody has had a "hands on" with these models.

    Any feedback much appreciated
    This is my personal preference but Lenovo is by far the better built and supported of the two. Sometimes you can get some great savings from here;

    Lenovo Outlet Online Store (Not just refurbs but new current models too)

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      #3
      So you prefer the lenovo's then ?

      have you tried the samsung ?

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        #4
        Not tried the Samsung, but last ClientCo used Lenovo and was a very good machine
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          #5
          Originally posted by SimonMac View Post
          Not tried the Samsung, but last ClientCo used Lenovo and was a very good machine
          The U410 is the ultra book so a completely new line

          personally I think the regular Lenovo's are way over engineered and even then have some basic faults and there is the thinkvantage bloatware
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            #6
            Originally posted by DaveP View Post
            So you prefer the Lenovo's then ?

            have you tried the Samsung ?
            Yes at PCWorld, They felt more retail quality than business. For toughness & reliability I doubt Samsung could touch a Lenovo, and for that reason alone my IBM/Lenovo have always outlasted my HP/Dell laptops too (I keep 8 different models) though obviously there are pros & cons (Price/Weight/Features) that will influence your decision.

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              #7
              Originally posted by DaveP View Post
              Hi all,

              I am looking to buy a new laptop for mainly home use.

              i'm looking at the 2 above models, I just wondered if anybody has had a "hands on" with these models.

              Any feedback much appreciated
              Keyboards on lenovos are crap. And I mean crap. Other than that, they are good machines.
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                #8
                Originally posted by BolshieBastard View Post
                Keyboards on lenovos are crap. And I mean crap. Other than that, they are good machines.
                The keyboard on my T400 is excellent. And I mean excellent.

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