You can find our Troubleshooting Guide for this Device here: Lenovo Y70-70 Touch Troubleshooting
Background and Identification
The Lenovo y70-70 Touch was released on July 15th 2014. It had a CPU of 2.5 GHz Intel Core i7-4710HQ (quad-core 6mb cache). The graphics were ran off Nvidia GeForce GTX 860M (4GB GDDR5RAM). It had a 16GB DDR3L RAM as well as a 1TB hybrid (5400 RPM) storage plus 8GB SSD. The screen was 17.3-inch, 1920 x 1080 Full High Definition multi-touch screen. There is two 3.0 USB ports, one 2.0 USB port, a mic/headphone jack, HDMI-output, 4-in-1 card reader, Ethernet port, and SPDIF. Connectivity was capable through Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 3160, Ethernet port, and Bluetooth 4.0. Overall device was 16.64 x 11.44 x 1.02 inches while Aluminum crafted weight was 7.5 pounds.
While this device has no recalls, the major disadvantage(s) are battery life, crowded keys and lacking power making it an entry-level gaming laptop. While there are other models created by Lenovo this 17.3 inch with a touchscreen display causes it to stand out from the rest. Like other models, it comes in a cross brushed, black aluminum exterior with red backlit keys. It doesn’t offer 4k resolution like some of the smaller models.