Reviews and Problems with Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E130
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Battery performance 9
Gaming performance 7
Review Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E130 NZUAXMB Notebook
13 November 2012
Conclusion: Like the previously reviewed model from the Edge E130 range, the new model convinces. It offers decent application performance , long battery runtimes and works quietly . It also features a good keyboard and a swift hard drive . The middling screen ruins the overall impression to an extent. There is even savings potential.
Pros: Quiet operation, Good application performance., Swift hard drive, Good battery life, Decent keyboard, Empty mSATA slot, The good battery runtimes, decent keyboard and swift hard drive.
Conclusion: Complaining on a high level is part of a notebook tester's job. A rating of 86% however defuses any larger points of criticism. The customer gets a solidly built subnotebook for a price starting at 375 Euros (~$488). It is neither extremely thin nor extremely lightweight. In return, the input devices are beyond any reproach and the non-slip surfaces are a delight. Performance fans will turn their backs on a 5400 rpm hard drive and Pentium processor .
Pros: Very rigid lid, Matte, non-slip surfaces, Dual-Pointing like in the big ThinkPads, Keyboard's feedback, Long battery life, USB 3.0 and Bluetooth 4.0, Easy to upgrade, Low system noise / waste heat, Admin and security software, Fast hard disk, Keys and Dual Pointing are easy to use right away. Such a good keyboard is not found anywhere in this price range - not even in bigger laptops. Long key drop, clear pressure point, conic recess - typing can't be more comfortable.
Cons: TFT could be brighter for daylight use, Weak contrasts, Webcam cannot cope with a lot of light