Lenovo G50 15.6-Inch Laptop (Core i3, 6 GB, 500 GB)

July 27, 2015 - Comment

The affordable Lenovo G50 notebook is less than 1″ slim, but packed with features like an integrated DVD drive, the latest processor and HD graphics. Plus, stereo speakers coupled with Dolby audio certification make the G50 good for everyday multimedia applications while on the go or at home. Overview The versatile and affordable Lenovo G50

The affordable Lenovo G50 notebook is less than 1″ slim, but packed with features like an integrated DVD drive, the latest processor and HD graphics. Plus, stereo speakers coupled with Dolby audio certification make the G50 good for everyday multimedia applications while on the go or at home.

Overview

The versatile and affordable Lenovo G50 laptop PC combines a slim design at less than 1”, with a comprehensive feature set. Stereo speakers coupled with Dolby audio certification and an integrated DVD drive make the G50 ideal for everyday multimedia applications while on the go. Plus, smart technologies, like Energy Manager, protect the long-term durability of the battery and use advanced energy-saving technology to increase time spent between charges.

Features

At A Glance:
Affordable Slim notebook – less than 1” thick for convenient portability Dolby Advanced Audio – for an immersive audio experience AccuType Keyboard – legendary comfortable design HD webcam – for video chats Veriface Pro – an easy and secure way to login Lenovo Energy Management OneKey Recovery – makes data backup and recovery simple
15.6” HD Widescreen Display

The 15.6” HD display delivers bright, crisp visuals in 16:9 widescreen format and 1366 x 768 resolution.

DVD drive

Finding a laptop with a built in DVD drive is tougher than it used to be, but the G50 comes equipped with a DVD drive, nestling snugly into its less than 1″ thin body.

Epic Sound and Vision

Thanks to its stereo speakers with Dolby Advanced Audio, and integrated HD graphics, the G50 offers stunning, stutter-free visuals and immersive sound for a fuller, more satisfying home entertainment experience.

Multitouch Touchpad

Optimized for Windows 8.1 features, this touchpad lets you toggle charms and apps, switch between apps, rotate, zoom, and use other functions with various easy swipes and gestures.

AccuType Keyboard

Featuring a modern look and feel, the acclaimed AccuType keyboard has island-style, ergonomic keys that allow a more fluid, spacious, comfortable, and accurate typing experience than standard keyboard designs.

Fast Data Transfer

Move data between the G50 and other devices quickly with USB 3.0 SuperSpeed; it’s up to ten times faster than previous USB technologies, and it’s backward-compatible.

Battery-Saving Technology

Lenovo Energy Management protects the long-term durability of the battery and uses advanced energy-saving technology to increase time spent between charges.

Simple Maintenance

With OneKey Recovery, recovering from viruses or other technical difficulties is a snap.

Connectivity Options

With 802.11 b/g/n WiFi connectivity, 10/100 LAN, and Bluetooth, you’ll be able to connect to the internet wherever you go.

Integrated Webcam

The G50’s webcam will help you enjoy web conferences or online video chats like you’re really there.

HDMI Output

For easy connection to a television or other display.

Ample Storage

With plenty of HDD storage, you won’t have to worry about where to put all your data, videos, music or photos.

Comments

Michael J. Duda says:

A Decent Computer Chock-full of Spamware. 0

BenBitwise says:

Impressive laptop at budget price I purchased the g500 with i3 core processor, 4G ram 17 inch model through Amazon Prime. It’s a fantastic laptop. Lenovo laptops come with the one key recovery system which let’s you restore the system to its original state or create backups of the system in its current state.I found this feature useful and initially reinstalled the o/s a few times using one key recovery while trying to set up my system exactly as I wanted it. I uninstalled all the bloat ware and there is alot.I now have windows 8.1 running. It takes some getting used to but is worth the learning curve.The only problem I have is a very flaky touch pad. My laptop is still under warranty but I’m just getting around this problem by using a mouse and disabling the touch pad using function key 6. I tried changing the sensitivity of the touch pad which didn’t help. I also tried reinstalling the device driver. That didn’t resolve the problem either.I hope lenovo will address…

Jack says:

Good laptop after some early TLC My review is lengthy, but hopefully is helpful.I needed a new laptop after my HP was pooping the bed. I’ve had it for about 3 days of heavy use and I will give you the positives and negatives, and overall impressions.Positive: Big screen, big keyboard, fast (after cleanup, which I will get to in a bit), good battery life, fan runs very quietly.Negative: Mouse pad is glitchy at times, bloatware, plastic shell and finish stain and feel uncomfortable at times.Overall this laptop exceeded my expectations. I have the i3, so I was worried there would be a significant performance drop from the higher core models. I have several windows and programs running simultaneously, and the computer is still lightning fast. You will like this laptop if you want a large laptop at a low price point. Being a grad student and running a business I needed a laptop with a big screen so I can “snap” all my windows and view them all at once. This screen is big…

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