Lenovo ThinkCentre M60e Hotkey Driver
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Lenovo ThinkCentre M60e Hotkey Driver
Last year in August, the renowned manufacturer spun out its Y Series of Ideapads.
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The Y and Y walked straight out of its closet and onto Indian store shelves. So, it aptly integrated these Lenovo ThinkCentre M60e Hotkey with none other but JBL speakers. The older sibling entitled Y has just knocked our review doors for an analysis of its overall performance. To know if the device matches up to the expectations that have been already set for it, we have taken the Lenovo machine under our wings. Lenovo ThinkCentre M60e Hotkey at the Lenovo IdeaPad Y, one could say that the company has paid immense attention to its detailed design.
This stylish piece of innovation has a glossy lid, etched with patterns of subtle black shades. These patterns reflect in light and from a distance it would simply look like a black bodied laptop.
For a further distinguished look, the lid also dips its edges into Lenovo ThinkCentre M60e Hotkey brownish orange hue. It can be opened without any locking mechanism by applying a slight pressure. On opening, the large A look above the screen and one will notice the webcam and microphone.
Surrounding the matte black keyboard is ample of space for JBL speakers, various Lenovo ThinkCentre M60e Hotkey indicators, buttons, Nav bar and stickers showing features of the device. Apart from the keyboard, the complete inside area of this Lenovo machine goes glossy. The main power button and the One-key rescue system button are seated on the left side of the keyboard while the right side shows off capacitive sensor volume controls like volume high, low and mute.
Further, capacitive sensor buttons like battery management and Onekey theatre II are also given some space in this area.
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The palm rest is spacious while the large touchpad takes its position off center towards the left side. The dotted touch space has the right side dedicated to scrolling vertically while stylishly curvy metallic mouse buttons are placed well below it.
On the lower Lenovo ThinkCentre M60e Hotkey side of the device, Lenovo illuminates the Ideapad logo. The front edge displays LEDs for main power and battery life along with media card slot and Wireless device switch. The base of the Lenovo machine houses the latched battery along with compartments for other hardware components placed intact within screws.
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Though holding the device gives a sturdy feel, there are a few aspects related to its design that were disappointing. To begin with, the bezel appeared not-so-ruggedly built. Plus, a machine oozing style in its appearance should have included a DVD loading slot instead of the fragile tray. The large wrist rest helped deliver a smooth typing experience.
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The huge, bouncy keys are well spaced while the touchpad adheres to multi-touch functionality. Among touch gestures, the pinch and zoom worked fine but the two finger scrolling did squeeze out some efforts from us. The rotating gesture was mediocre. On the other hand, the capacitive touch buttons Lenovo ThinkCentre M60e Hotkey quick to respond back to our commands. This takes us to the Nav bar which seems a cool inclusion. It is a small stretch of LEDs placed in a row.
We could zip the screen which not only served to lock the laptop but also appeared visually pleasing. Unzipping it is possible by sliding your finger backwards. It also serves as a launcher that offers eight customizable shortcuts for Lenovo ThinkCentre M60e Hotkey used features.
Moving towards right, the power management touch button allows one to select among the various power options. Well, talking about its Lenovo ThinkCentre M60e Hotkey, the Lenovo IdeaPad Y has been well-equipped on the hardware front or at least the specs-sheet says so.