Conclusion: Lenovo's ThinkPad Edge E320 (NWY3RGE) is a simple but interesting 13.3 inch subnotebook. Precisely due to the fact that there is no 'weak' low-voltage processor from Intel, but instead a 35 Watt standard CPU , it has significantly better performance than the previous AMD option in the Edge 13 (K645), and the Fusion option in the brand new Edge E325 (currently in for review). Together with a fast hard drive the application performance is very good for a subnotebook.
Pros: Matte and grippy surfaces, Display non-reflective, HDMI, eSATA, Good application performance, Fast hard drive, Trackpoint & touchpad, Good keyboard, Very good battery life, Low power consumption, Useful System-Tools, eSATA port in a 13.3 inch subnotebook. Accurate keys with a crisp pressure point.
Cons: Bendable chassis, soft hinges, No docking station port, Weak contrast, Low brightness