Lenovo IdeaPad U260: A Stylish Ultralight Notebook

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SiSoftware Sandra & Multimedia Benchmarks

We continued our testing with SiSoftware's SANDRA 2011, the System ANalyzer, Diagnostic and Reporting Assistant. We ran three of the built-in subsystem tests (CPU Multimedia, Memory Bandwidth, Physical Disks). All of the scores reported below were taken with the processor running at its default speed.

SiSoft SANDRA 2011
Sub-System Performance Tests

First up we have the CPU Multimedia processor performance module. Higher scores equal better performance.


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Next up we have the Memory bandwidth performance module. Once again, higher scores are better.


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Here we have the Physical Disk performance test. And again, higher scores equate to better performance.


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Though not a complete power-house, from a processing and memory performance standpoint, the U260 offers reasonably good horsepower, especially for a machine its size.  The only shortcoming we would have rather seen a bit snappier, would be hard disk performance, where the U260's stock 5400RPM drive only offers about 62MB/sec of throughput on average.


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