A quick review on the Lenovo ThinkPad E570

Check out the unboxing here:

Wallpaper I had:

The specs and hardware I had in this laptop:

● Intel Core i7-7500U Processor (4M Cache, up to 3.50 GHz)
● Windows 10 Home 64
● Windows 10 Home 64 English
● 15.6 FHD (1920×1080) IPS Non-Touch
● 15.6″ FHD(1920×1080) IPS LED Blacklight AntiGlare Black
● 8GB DDR4 2400MHz SODIMM
● NV Geforce GTX950M 2GB
● Keyboard with Number Pad – English
● UltraNav (TrackPoint and ClickPad) without Fingerprint Reader
● Software TPM Enabled
● Software TPM
● 720p HD Camera with MIC
● 256GB SSD PCIe-NVMe OPAL2.0
● DVD Recordable
● 4 Cell Li-Cyllinder Battery 41WH
● 90W AC Adapter (2pin) – US
● Intel Dual Band Wireless AC(2×2) 8265, Bluetooth Version 4.1

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41 COMMENTS

  1. Someone has this laptop and could help we with one thing? When i connect charger the screen turns off and back on in like 2 seconds. Same thing happen when I unplug the charger. It this normal or something wrong with my laptop? Many thanks if you could reply me. Love you guys

  2. 6 hours battery life? Not even close. I have this laptop with the 950 gpu and I get about 2-2.5 hours tops. And that's just with simple browsing.

  3. Watching E570 reviews on youtube was about to buy one, but no longer now with ugly silver inlay (doesn't look like a thinkpad no more) which is a deal breaker.

  4. the LAN port placement… no words.
    everyone wants cables on the RIGHT cause we are all left handers so we need no mouse space over there, also the more ports are to the front the better.

    well at least thats what THEY were thinking obviously… ridiculous design

  5. the E570 Lenovo advertise on a special in Australia around $1200 were offering 16gig RAM which is amazing value for the price. That charging cable is a mother of a size. Bit offputting to be carrying around more weight.

  6. hey. i have the lenovo e570 too. i have a question regarding the
    display. when i push the right edge (where the display ends and the case
    starts) the push has a direct influence oh the display. on the left
    side the edge is more stable. do youhave the same issues regarding your
    notebook?

    your videos are a really good help thank you.

  7. Performance wise I know what I can expect, but what about the build quality ? I know you mentioned it but how did it held up over time, any issues with it ?…here in Slovakia these frickin things run for about 850 euro, do you think it`s worth it for that price? I cant`t justify to pay that much for dualcore unless it has really good build quality…… Also, what battery life do you get on average ? Thanks 🙂

  8. if you learn the trackpoint, you will freakin love it. I really do not want lenovo to remove the trackpoint because its absolutely awesome. Here are some reasons why the trackpoint is awesome.

    – extremely sensitive, you can move the cursor around faster than swiping your fingers silly on the trackpad
    – it is the best tool for programming, you can type for like a day straight without having your fingers leave the keyboard because the trackpoint is a part of your keyboard
    – very very precise, it does not matter what you do, the trackpoint is more precise than any trackpad or mouse. seriously i would want someone to use a trackpoint if they were operating on me with those surgery robot things.

  9. I have an e530 that I got on clearance almost 5 years ago. Sealed-$450. It survived being dropped in a bag. The CD-Drive popped off its rail-put it back in-no issue.

    A tank and just the best laptop ever for me.

  10. The delivery in this review keeps reminding me of Jake Gyllenhaul from some movie he did, but I can't recall exactly which one (maybe he does that kind of intellectual mumbling in more than one flick). PS That's a compliment …sort of.

  11. did anyone of you experience cpu throttling under heavy load? heard it might happen and would break the gaming performance 🙁

  12. If anyone's annoyed by the placement of the fn & Ctrl keys, explore the Lenovo Settings app. It offers an option of switching those two keys. But you normally get used to the location of the Ctrl key anyway…

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