Lenovo IdeaPad 730S review: A slick laptop with no gimmicks
The Lenovo IdeaPad 730S is notable not just for what it offers, but for what it doesn’t.
Unlike many other laptops in the $900-and-up price range, the IdeaPad 730S doesn’t transform into a tablet and doesn’t even have a touchscreen. It uses a modest 1080p display instead of a battery-chewing QHD or 4K panel, and its wildest flourish is a Dolby Atmos speaker system, which for a laptop actually sounds pretty good.
By trimming away fancy gimmicks, Lenovo has delivered a lightweight laptop that looks great and performs well for a reasonable price.
One word of caution, though: We’ve tested two of these laptops, and both had constant Wi-Fi connectivity issues across multiple networks. Lenovo’s suggested fix involved installing a newer Wi-Fi driver for a different laptop. This solved the problem, but the company hasn’t said when it will officially release those drivers for the 730S.
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