It's kind of a nuisance but the key to the Lenovo models is getting the exact model number (in this case, 4334DBU - OP included it here, which isn't always the case), then finding something official for that exact model number. There are so many variations of the base model (eg, G570) and few of the detailed model numbers have good spec info on websites or even Lenovo's site.
Sometimes a google search for PDFs will find it. Eg, 4334DBU filetype:pdf
This does have HDMI it seems. I like you have been shopping for a SD laptop and finding good deals posted, but they get sold out before I can pull the trigger and everyones opinion can make it all confusing at times right ?
I personally want a 17 inch model which are a little harder to find deals on it seems, especially at the Lenovo outlet and other sites.
I think it is a great price and build quality for about a 1 year old model. Here is their "verdict" of a review of a i5 G570
The Lenovo G570 offers a solid computing experience, but it's not our favorite 15-inch laptop. For $749, you get a comfy typing experience, strong overall performance, and one of the fastest boot times we've seen on a Windows machine. However, the smudge-prone lid is a turn-off, and you don't get USB 3.0. For about the same price, the HP Pavilion dv6t offers a more stylish metal design, discrete graphics, and Beats audio to boot. The Lenovo G570 is worth a look, but you can do better.
This $499 HP Probook at Tigerdirect caught my eye:
HP ProBook 4530s XU015UT Notebook PC - Intel Core i3-2310M 2.10GHz, 4GB DDR3, 320GB HDD, DVDRW, 15.6" Display, Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit http://www.tigerdirect.com/applic...CatId=4938
($10 off too if you sign up for their emails)
What I like which makes this one stand out(espcially if you like bells and whistles) from the typical value laptops at the $499 and under price point are...
Brushed aluminum case, 7200RPM HD(I know but it's only 320GB), Bluetooth 3.0, 4 USB 2.0s(just wish it had a 3.0)Gigabit, HD webcam, 1 slot open to put another $20 4 GB RAM chip in, spill resistant keyboard with drain, finger print reader, facial recognition, and mostly great reviews by users although some had issues with the HD. Some will complain about how crappy HPs are, but I have been using my HP laptop for over 4 years with basically no issues.
One thing about HP "pavilion ent" dv6. I had one and my friend did as well. Both of ours broke on the exact same hinge and the screens eventually went out. That's why I'm currently searching for a new laptop.
Are HP probooks stronger built? I think I had heard that they are better grade I think?
I have the B570 which has essentially the same specs. We also just bought this G570 for my niece. It looks and feels just like my B570 except it has a fingerprint scanner. we both love our machines.
These are nice looking, very zippy commuters. Frankly, I can't believe the speed and quality you get for something so cheap.
For the cash, I say you can't go wrong with this machine.
Yes it does have HDMI out, they both do.
Its a nice machine, pretty quick, nice design. I like that the touchpad has a scroll touch sensor built in on the side. Has a ten key built in too thats nice addition. Pretty good deal for the money. Doesnt come with many programs tho
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