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Lenovo G770


$699.00 Released February, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Lenovo Enhanced Experience 2 technology does offer much faster boot times. Lenovo Energy Management offers advanced control over battery/energy use. Above average battery life due to Sandy Bridge processor options.

The Cons:Screen resolution is limited to 1600 x 900 at the maximum. Limited hard drive options with no SSD configurations. No USB 3.0 unlike similarly priced competing laptops.

The Lenovo G770 is a mid-range to high-end notebook laptop similar to the Lenovo G570. The G770 and G570 differ in two key ares: screen size (the G770 boasts a 17" display, the G570 a 15.6" display) and graphics (the G770 sports an AMD Radeon HD 6550M while the G570 sports an AMD Radeon 6370M).

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Otherwise, the two laptops sport the same basic features, namely: Lenovo Enhanced Experience 2 technology, 2nd generation Intel Core i processor options, up to 8GB of DDR3 RAM and up to 750GB of storage.

The G770's AMD Radeon HD 6550M offers greater graphical performance than the 6370M, allowing the G770 to play games smoother at higher resolutions than the 6370M while offering high definition media support. Its Lenovo Enhanced Experience 2 technology provides the G770 with improved multimedia performance while speeding up shutdown and startup times. Meanwhile, the G770's 2nd generation Intel Core i processor options ensure competent performance during day-to-day tasks even at the lowest configurations.

Features

  • 17" LCD HD display (1366 x 768)
  • 2nd generation Intel Core i processor options
  • Up to 8GB of DDR3 RAM
  • Up to 750GB of storage
  • AMD Radeon 6550M graphics
  • Lenovo Enhanced Experience 2 technology
  • 2.0 megapixel webcam

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    Lenovo Enhanced Experience 2 technology does offer much faster boot times.

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    Lenovo Energy Management offers advanced control over battery/energy use.

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    Above average battery life due to Sandy Bridge processor options.

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    Decently priced for a 17" laptop with the newest CPU and GPU technology.

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    Sleek, sturdy chassis design suitable for business or casual use.

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    Screen resolution is limited to 1600 x 900 at the maximum.

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    Limited hard drive options with no SSD configurations.

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    No USB 3.0 unlike similarly priced competing laptops.

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