Y580 series Notebook main video game, a strong performance. The basic configuration for Intel Ivy Bridge i7-3610QM 2.3GHz quad-core processor, GTX660M graphics card comes with 2G memory, 8G memory, 6-cell battery, and 720P camera. Optional parameters, including the monitor (optional 1080P or 768P), hard disk (500G until 1T +32 G SSD), and optical drive (DVD or Blu-ray), direct spike my desktop.
The maximum configuration is actually $ 1239, really good value for money. Of course, a strong presentation and cheap price, weight and volume.
Y580 weighs 5.95 pounds (2.7 kg)
Y580 is an ideal choice for players who do not often carry a laptop, like playing games, cost-effective and value.
Y580 mix 16:9 high brightness specifications mirror width 15.6 inch screen, narrow design was introduced due to the screen, therefore the Visual range is very wide, in 1366X768 with standard resolution, display is extremely delicate.
Screen performance in contrast and color accuracy is quite good, is more important, it is the best of the color field.
Y580 screen with sunken hinge design, metal material screen hinge is not only well in line with the overall design style of the fuselage, and more durable. Screen hinges damping force of relatively large, mobile notebook screen to locate sound; do not swing back and forth. Y580 screen maximum opening angle is about 160 °, user-friendly adjustment angle suited to their best use.
As concern about comments of experts and analytics they add more lines as suggestions like:
“This 15.6-inch notebook for gamers and performance suitors with a 4-core 2.3GHz Core i7 processor, GeForce GTX 660M graphics card, 8GB RAM. As long as you are willing to spend money, the maximum can be upgraded to support 1080p screen, Blu-ray drive and 1TB hard drive plus 32GB SSD cache.”
The different specifications Y580 pricing $ 1,299 about RMB 8,280 yuan to U.S. $ 1,549 about $ 9,870 during the promotion period to U.S. $ 1,039 about $ 6,620 to 1,239 dollars about RMB 7,900 million, friends who are interested can look at.
The one district in which the IdeaPad Y580 didn't painstakingly amaze was battery life. Its detachable 72 Wh battery lasted 4 hours 41 minutes in our MobileMark 2007 battery rundown test, which was shorter than all others, with the omission of the Toshiba Qosmio X775 (3:07). While the Lenovo Y480 held out slightly longer (4:48), both the HP Envy 17 (7:19) and, to a more pronounced extent, the Dell Inspiron 14z (Core i5) $699.99 at Dell (8:38) lasted twice as long as the Y580.
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