Should you buy Lenovo brand laptop?

Don't forget to read description that this guy wrote.
I almost bought this thing.
I bought Acer, and I have no problems.
This guy is my hero, and saved my money, hope I help others too.

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We have Lenovo laptops and never had an issue. Is this something new or buggy in that model?

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I am not sure if it is a bad serie of Lenovo laptops, but from his videos you can see something is really wrong with laptop.
One video with keyboard maybe is not soome sort of big problem, left side of laptop keyboard is kinda like when you press one button half of keyboard is breathing, which knows to be annoying too.
But, other problems, with sound and WiFi, are really crazy for brand new laptop.
Guy has full WiFi signal and it drops connection out of nowhere, and backs it up imidiately, there is no chance he could fake this by modem.
Speaker problem is obvious.

If you search his video title, you will find his forum posts on Lenovo site, where no one really even care to respond him, so he just returned laptop.

I contact him on YouTube, as I really wonder why they did not refund him, nor his shop wanted to give other brand.

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