Lenovo IdeaPad U310 13.3″ Notebook For Just $499.99 Shipped After $300 Instant Savings From The Microsoft Store


Buy this laptop on an American Express card like the Starwood Preferred Guest® Credit Card from American Express or Starwood Preferred Guest® Business Credit Card from American Express OPEN and you’ll get a 2nd year of top notch warranty coverage from AMEX for free! Have a problem with the laptop during the AMEX warranty year? AMEX will pay to fix the problem or refund the entire purchase price of your laptop, free of any hassle!

Buy anything from Microsoft with an American Express business card like the Starwood Preferred Guest® Business Credit Card from American Express OPENThe Business Gold Rewards Card(R) from American Express OPEN, or the Business Platinum Card® from American Express OPEN and get 5% cash back on top of the regular points earned for the purchase with automatic Open Savings!

Lenovo IdeaPad U310 13.3″ Notebook

Use your AMEX business card for an additional $25 automatic cashback!

-Just 0.7 inches thick and only 3.7 pounds—great for taking anywhere
-13.3″ LED 16:9 widescreen
-Intel Core i5-3317U with Turbo Boost Technology up to 2.60 GHz
-4 GB DDR3 1600 MHz RAM
-500 GB Hard Drive + 24 GB SSD
-Dolby Home Theatre v4 sound
-Media card reader
-720p HD webcam

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i have this computer – a few notes:
1. if you’re OK with refurbished you can pick it up on the lenovo outlet website for $370 occasionally, so keep an eye out.
2. windows 8 without a touchscreen is downright annoying, consider downgrading to windows 7.
3. It’s a very nice computer. It’s not the thinnest ultrabook out there, but the battery life is good, the keyboard is absolutely top-notch (well spaced keys, good click, the stuff that makes a keyboard geek drool), the screen is very nice and bright, and the sound quality is outstanding.


1. I wouldn’t buy a used computer unless I was saving at least half. If you have an AMEX business card that’s only ~$100 off.

2. Windows 8 isn’t bad once you add the start button back. There are lots of programs out there that will do that for you.


What’s their return policy?


Y is it so cheap? is it a good computer? They say it doesnt have a cd/dvd drive. is it still a good buy or can i do better?

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Thank you Dan…ordered one


I know knothing about computers,dan can you let me know if this is a good laptop ?


Most thin and light computers don’t have CD drives anymore.

It is good, but only you can know what size you want.

Not better as the thin and light computers like this are usually more expensive whereas 15.6″ computers are usually cheaper.


Only 1 LB havyer and with dvd and its very cheap


They’re completely different computers. A 13″ is portable (will fit on a plane tray, etc)

A 15″+ laptop is too big to shlep around IMHO. It’s still a good deal, but it’s not a “better” deal as they aren’t comparable computers.


Student can take additional 10% off
(must have @edu.com email)


does this laptop have touch screen?


Do you need to sign up for OPENSAVINGS to get 5%?


@Dan: Any deals on MS Office? Office Home & Student edition is additional $139. Thanks


i don’t think the .edu 10% discount works – it worked on other computers which weren’t already “discounted” as this one is, but did not work on this.


Dan, what reliable program do you recommend that will put the start button back on Windows 8?


Is this deal still valid? How come I’m not seeing the instant savings at checkout?