Lenovo3000 J115

Lenovo3000 J115
alaScore 82

21 recensioni


alaTest ha raccolto ed analizzato 21 recensioni su Lenovo3000 J115. La media della valutazione per questo prodotto è 3.7/5, confrontata con la media della valutazione di 4.1/5 per altri Computer desktop. Le persone sono impressionate da affidabilità. Il prezzo ha ottenuto inoltre buone valutazioni.

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Recensione esperto da : Andrew 'Spode' Miller (trustedreviews.com)

Lenovo 3000 J100 8454


Lenovo does the IBM name proud with this budget small office orientated machine.

One aspect of Gigabyte motherboards is that pressing Ctrl+Shift+F1 opens up more menu options in the BIOS. If you specifically purchase an overclocking motherboard, having to do this is rather pointless. But for OEM solutions, I can finally understand...


Recensione esperto da : Alan Stafford, PC World (pcworld.com)

Lenovo Lenovo 3000 J115 7387 Tower w/Athlon 64 X2 4200+ 2.2GHz Processo


The Lenovo 3000 J115 comes only in a tower case with an appealing gray-green, flat plastic front panel that displays colorfully lit buttons; it reminded me of a German kitchen appliance. If you want a desktop or ultracompact Lenovo system, you'll have...

Attractive case front ; Keyboard has useful quick-launch keys

Bare-bones, off-the-rack case ; Integrated graphics models are VGA-only

Targeted at the small-business market, this system lacks the toolless chassis features of Lenovo's ThinkCentre models.


Recensione esperto da : Alan Stafford, PC World (pcworld.com)

Lenovo 3000 J115


Attractive case front, Keyboard has useful quick-launch keys

Bare-bones, off-the-rack case, Integrated graphics models are VGA-only

This minitower system has an attractive front panel, but the PC behind it has little of the innovative features found on other makers' systems.


Recensione esperto da : Joel Santo Domingo (pcmag.com)

Lenovo 3000 J115


The Lenovo 3000 J115 bridges the gap between a basic clerical desktop and the more corporate-oriented PCs.

Sub-$1,000 price with widescreen monitor. Lenovo Care tools (aka ThinkVantage utilities). Lots of included software. Decent expansion space. Dual-core AMD X2 processor. Windows Vista Premium-ready.

Some software is trialware and bloatware. No DVD burner. Only 90-day Norton Internet Security subscription. Could use a multimedia card reader.

More desktop reviews: • HP Z2 Mini G3• Acer Aspire Z3 (AZ3-715-UR15)• Origin Neuron• Dell OptiPlex 7450 All-in-One• Microsoft Surface Studio• more


Recensione esperto da : Alan Stafford (techadvisor.co.uk)

Lenovo 3000 J115 desktop PC


The Lenovo 3000 J115 desktop PC comes only in a tower case with an appealing gray-green, flat plastic front panel that displays colourfully lit buttons; it reminded us of a kitchen appliance.

Lenovo's reliability marks - which are better than Dell's and HP's - should earn the Lenovo 3000 J115 desktop PC some buying consideration, and we did like the look of it. But the OptiPlex 740 has a better design by far. If you're partial to the Lenovo...



Recensione esperto da (pc-actual.com)

Lenovo 3000 J115


Un PC perfecto por su diseño y prestaciones para la pequeña oficina. Siguiendo la estela de la antigua división de PC de IBM, ahora propiedad de Lenovo, nos encontramos con una máquina 100% pensada para entornos profesionales que precisan un producto...


Recensione utente (newegg.com)

Responding to "Decent I guess"


One reason computers tend to be bogged down with what most people agree are totally unnecessary startup program is because, in order to lower the price of the PC, the manufacturer gets compensated by, say, the antivirus company.




Recensione utente (newegg.com)

Decent I guess


It's amazing that in 2007 computers like this are still bogged down with unnecessary fluff programs at the startup. Having only 1 stick of 512 in single channel just compounds this. I replaced the memory with 2 sticks of 512 from Crucial and disabled...

Worked right out of the box. Very quiet

Dual-channel capable but only on stick of 512 is installed. Couple that with the fact that it's running Vista and Lenovo saw fit to have a boat load of bs in the startup then you have a very slow computer


Recensione utente (newegg.com)

Good machine, add vid and Ram


Tech support great: the old IBM support network.

1GB ram fills one slot, double the ram for little$. After adding vid card, system was very nice for the price. Lenovo will sell you an XP pro downgrade recovery cd set. Have 4 of these machines running on xp pro and 1 on vista. The vista is interesting...

Vista Home Premium, of course


Recensione utente (newegg.com)

Good box, unhappy w/ VISTA


Giving this former IBM box a "5" because non of the issues I've encountered had anything to do with hardware. Beware, if you use Adobe software, get ready for major issues with software compatibility.

Inexpensive, seems built well, plenty -o- features for the

VISTA. Incompatibility software and driver issues abound