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What the community says about Lenovo IdeaPad Y50
- "Piece of trash, had to throw away after 1.5yrs of mild use. The motherboard died and the PC wouldn't turn on. read online many people with the same issue. Starting starting with the fact that when the computer worked, the 4k screen was locked to 48mhz and there is nothing to be done about it. The other issue with regards to the screen is the color yellow, but this I worked out until the computer died on me. "
- "I love the IdeaPad series. I would recommend this one to fellow programmers for all the same reasons that IdeaPads have attracted such a dedicated cult following. They do everything well, in a slick package. In particular, the keyboard and trackpad are truly the best I've used. And when you are coding, that makes a HUGE difference."
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- "The Lenovo Ideapad Y50 appears to be a decent option for a middle of the road gaming laptop. It has Intel i7-4700HQ (Haswell) 2.4GHz with Turbo Boost Technology up to 3.40 GHz and a 15.6 in screen. The touchscreen feature sets it apart from other gaming laptop options on the market. The backlit keyboard with two levels of light is another attractive feature. "
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in What are the best gaming laptops"I am currently using a Lenovo desktop. I really would like a new laptop, but I would not recommend Lenovo. All the stats look really good for this laptop and it only costs $850, but I do not trust Lenovo. This company got into trouble years ago for hiding spyware on their machines, and I feel quite certain that they have simply found a different way to install that spyware, because my Lenovo would periodically run a program that I could not stop from running. I sifted through many, many commands on the hard drive, while deleting suspicious-looking files until I think I finally shut off whatever it was that running without my permission; but, who really knows? I do not like sneaky, dishonest computer manufacturers. "