Lenovo Z570 is the freshest product of the same name laptop family which winningly combines power and price in one machine.
The outward design features brushed metal lid surface that outdoes the traditional monotonous black exterior of multiple laptops in the niche. But these tricks with metal outlay are made only as a blind. Indeed the construction is made of plastic, but in any case the high built quality makes the laptop a reliable thing to deal with.
The keyboard has a traditional style and is enlarged with several backlit hotkeys. These hotkeys light up when the device is on, and then you can conveniently control volume and playback settings. The typing appears to be quite enjoyable process. The keys are well-rounded and located at a considerable distance from each other. The touchpad is large and conveniently placed.
The speaker grills have a rectangular form and are located at the bottom of the screen.
The Super-TFT 15.6-inch screen surrounded by the thin accurate bezel provides a decent color depth. The viewing angles are excellent. The Super-TFT coating makes it reflective and easily acceptable in bright lighting.
The display resolution of the Z570 is 1366 by 768 pixels. Unfortunately, it is not enough for watching high-dimension video of 1080p.
The connection options include three USB slots, HDMI and VGA ports for connecting to an external monitor, an Ethernet port etc. If you have a desire to expand the storage space, you can use a 5-in-1 SD card slot.
The Intel Core i5 CPU processor of the new Lenovo belongs to Intel’s Sandy bridge family.
The Nvidia GeForce GT520M graphics card is dedicated. It provides an extra 1GB of video memory to the standard RAM 6 GB volumes. This allows you to run basic games or use graphical editors for editing media files.
The battery power is average and provides only three hours of working time.