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Lenovo IdeaPad U350

Lenovo IdeaPad U350

Bear with us while we do a quick rehash of our Lenovo IdeaPad U350 review. From its pretty textured exterior to its gloss free interior, the IdeaPad U350 has an impressive look and feel, though we did have some issues with its keyboard and trackpad. Generally speaking, the U350 is a stylish notebook that should bode well for those looking for something a little differentiated.

The IdeaPad U350 has a very nice textured exterior that felt great to our touch and promotes a good grip.

The right side of the unit keeps it simple with a SD card reader, the audio jacks and two USB 2.0 ports.

The left side does more for connectivity in the form of a VGA output, HDMI port, LAN port, another USB 2.0 port and the wireless switch.

The interior goes for a minimalist look that's clean and sexy.

The keyboard design does look slightly out of place for a sexy looking machine, but it does give a good tactile feel when typing. A shame on the noticeable flex though.

The trackpad too felt lackluster with less than responsive tracking and felt weird on the fingers.