Reviews and Problems with Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E335
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Battery performance 9
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Review Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E335 Notebook
6 November 2012
Summary: Office laptop for tight budgets. Lenovo introduces the Edge E335 from its well-known ThinkPad range for particularly tight budgets. The following review will clarify whether the entry-level business machine, priced at a low 459 Euros (~$589), is also compelling.
Pros: Acceptably robust casing, Very good keyboard, Very good battery life, Very good emissions, Lenovo's ThinkPad Edge E335 fuses a long battery life and a good keyboard in a robust plastic casing, as known from the model range. The low emissions also speak for the 13 inch low-budget business laptop.
Cons: Very weak performance, Partly imprecise trackpad (multi-touch), Pale, low-contrast screen, Only 12 month (bring-in) warranty, A bit more power would not have hurt. Only a bit! The E335's computing performance is so weak that any gaming or graphic editing intention is made impossible.