The toshibia has longer battery Time (Take time with a big grain of salt).
The Tosibia has a Nvidia GPU and impliments switching from IGP (2D apps) to GPU (3D) apps MUCH better than the Lenovo (AMD GPU).
You didn't mention If gaming, need to compare the two GPUs for the games you play.
Added - looks Like 540 is slightly better for gaming: http://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-Radeon-HD-6650M.43962.0.html
Blu-ray: Neither laptop supports 1080 (both are 900) display. If use with external monitor/HDTV you would be able to view in 1080. To upgrade the Tosibia to BD drive is about a $100 user upgrade.
Storage: Looks like neither support a 2nd HDD. Not a Biggy unless you replace the HDD with a SSD and also need the storage space of a HDD.
Myself, ended up buying the Samsung RF711-S01 - Simular to Toshibia, but with BD combo drive and 2 HDD bays which I stuck 2 Curcial 128 Gig SSDs in. Have the HDD that came with it so can swap it inplace of the 2nd SSD if needed.
PS the Samsung RF711-S01 is not worth list price, but often goes on sale for $750 @ newegg.
Currently $980 @ newegg, I bought from newegg for $750: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834131116