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Report: #1509977

Complaint Review: Lenovo 5G Laptop through Verizon -

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  • Lenovo 5G Laptop through Verizon United States

Lenovo 5G Laptop through Verizon Don’t buy this device as all the PC magazines are suggesting. It’s a very beautiful expensive, defective product that is unsuitable for business or even watching movies.

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My Caption says it all. This is a very expensive, defective device. It’s 5G, but apparently 5G has not been perfected. It’s very slow to load and connect. It’s hypersensitive to movement or the slightest touch. The screens are unstable and will quickly disappear.

Frequently, the 5G signal freezes or completely disappears. Verizon should recall all of them and refund customers’ money. Shame on them for this massive Consumer Ripoff. Therefore, be warned: steer clear of this device.

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