The Lenovo Y70 Touch is a more advanced version of the Lenovo Y50, which VnReview has a detailed assessment not long ago. The machine is almost identical to the Y50 with quad core processor Intel Core i7-4710HQ 2.5GHz (6M Cache, Turbo Boost up to 3.5GHz), HDD hybrid 1TB HDD with 8GB SSD 5400 Rpm, 4GB GeForce GTX 860M discrete graphics card, 4-cell 7400mAh 54Whr battery, built-in Windows 8.1 license, removable optical drive.
The only difference with the Y50 is that the amount of RAM doubled to 16GB DDR3 Bus 1600Mhz and screen size up 17.3 inches, keeping the same resolution Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) but added the ability Multitouch. The price of the Y70 Touch announced by Lenovo is 35 million.
There are not too many design differences between the Lenovo Y70 Touch and the Lenovo Y50 brother. Still black metallic casing is scratched, two slightly oblique oblique lines in combination with a slalom radiator inspired by the exhaust of the car to create the strong and bustle needed in a dedicated laptop for gamer. Along with the black-and-red combination of details like the keyboard, speakers, especially the slimness of just 2.59 cm (much thinner than other gaming laptops), the Y70 Touch exudes harmony. , Beautiful, the quality of a high-end laptop.
However, the length, width and weight of the Y70 Touch is much larger than the Y50. Specifically, the Y70 Touch weighs 3.4 kg without charging, weighs Y50 to 1 kg. This is perfectly understandable because the Y70 Touch has a 17.3-inch screen compared to the 15.6-inch Y50.
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With such a large weight and size, the Lenovo Y70 Touch does not have to be a portable laptop. Plus the top cover and the bottom is quite slippery, you will have to be very careful and “cherish” this machine. Besides, the case is also very easy to grip fingerprints and sweat. So, the Lenovo Y50 is easy to get dirty if you do not mind cleaning it often.
The number of connectors of the Y70 Touch is similar to the Y50, the left side is still the location of the two USB 3.0 ports (red, not blue as other laptops to match the red tone). HDMI port, LAN port and square headset connector (Lenovo’s new charging port).
The right side is the SPDIF high-definition audio output port, mic / headphone jack, SD card reader, a USB 2.0 port and a security keylock.
The back edge does not have any connecting ports, while the front side deflects to the left where the layout of the LED status message of the machine such as power, battery, touchpad, hard drive.
To ensure the thinness, both the Y50 and the Y70 Touch do not have built-in DVD optical drives built in, using a removable DVD drive attached to the machine via a USB port.
The Y70 Touch’s 17.3-inch screen, Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels) and a pixel density of 127 PPI. While this is not a high density of pixels compared to smartphones and tablets, but with a 17.3-inch screen, you will not use it at nearly the same distance as your tablet or phone. So, the image on the Y70 Touch is sharp and detailed, especially with the job of browsing the web, writing text,Facebook, playing games or watching movies.
The color and angle of the Y70 Touch are also noticeable improvements compared to the Y50. If on the Lenovo Y50, the color and viewing angle are of low quality, does not match the powerful hardware configuration that it owns on the Y70 Touch this is the exact opposite. The colors of the Y70 Touch are authentic and fresh. The viewing angle is very good even in difficult corners such as cross-looking from the bottom or looking down from above. The brightness of the screen is also quite high enough that it can be used outdoors or in places of intense light directly on the screen.
The reason that Lenovo’s laptop is named Y70 Touch is because its 17.3 inch screen is equipped with multi-touch screen with the ability to support the same 10 touch points.