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where does Ideapad (Z series) fit in terms of performance and rating compared to the other ones like L for lower end and T for high end.?

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Kind of know how to compare computers like what your asking just by comparing the computer stats, but not really sure I could come up with aything better than just going to lenovo's website and looking at these models.

I saw a chat button on the Lenovo website so asked somone there:
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Please wait while we connect with you with a Lenovo Chat Representative.You have been connected to LenovoTech:  Thank you for choosing Lenovo chat service. My name is Mo and my rep ID is PM7. What can I help you with today?

WiReDNeT:  Hello there, just a quick sales question: where does Ideapad (Z series) fit in terms of performance and rating compared to the other ones like L for lower end and T for high end.?



LenovoTech:  Well, for starters the L and T series are both thinkpad machines and the Z is an Ideapad

LenovoTech:  The think line has more features built in for protection of the mother board and hard drive, such as the roll cage and active protection system

LenovoTech:  Thus preserving the performance and ability of your system

WiReDNeT:  As far as performance, do the others work better than the Idea pad?

LenovoTech:  That may or may not be true

LenovoTech:  It depends on the specs you select for the T or the L series

LenovoTech:  you can match the specs to fit the Z series that is being offered

WiReDNeT:  ok, so for a more reliable laptop, the L or T series are better?

LenovoTech:  That is what I would suggest, not to say the Z series is bad, it just does not have the technology built in to preserve the system as long as the T and the L series
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thanks WiReDNeT- you settled it right and fine.
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