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Overall, we can still recommend the Lenovo ThinkPad E14 as a solid ThinkPad laptop for a smaller budget, despite the drawbacks – even though we do think that it is not as attractive as the predecessor ThinkPad E490, due to the loss of features.Lenovo Thin...
aluminum base enhances build quality, very comfortable input devices, good battery life, extremely quiet
screen with bad color gamut, one RAM slot less than predecessor, no more microSD card slot, only 12 months of warranty, creaking noise when the screen is closed
Welcome to my first laptop review . The Thinkpad Edge E430 seems to be a great choice for me to kick off with. Loaded with Windows 7, it was easy enough to compare to what I use now, either my desktop pc or a beat up mini netbook.This model comes in three...
Of late, Lenovo has tried to add some aesthetic appeal for ThinkPad Edge series which are laptops targeted at small businesses. This isn’t surprising because a lot of manufacturers are trying to beautiful their products. As the saying goes, first impre...
Strong performance, Best-in-class keyboard and touchpad, Three lid options, Solid battery life, Great value
Narrow viewing angles, Mediocre hard drive
Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 14 Review Article ContentsLenovo ThinkPad Edge 14 Review The Edge 14 is the latest consumer and small business-oriented ThinkPad from Lenovo. Edge notebooks offer toned down looks compared to the SL and T-series ThinkPads, eve...