Reviews and Problems with Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E420
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One star is still too many!
S. Taylor, Amazon
3 January 2014
Summary: I feel I must warn people about this computer. This computer has a known faulty system board which will sooner or later leave the owner with a perfectly useless laptop, myself being one of them. Lenovo ought to have recalled the entire batch of laptops to replace the faulty parts regardless of whether they were in warranty or not, simply to save their reputation. They failed to do so and consequently have most certainly lost my business for good. Sorry Lenovo.
Summary: Just as the title says - my motherboard died after about 4 months of owning this laptop. Lenovo had me ship the laptop out for repair, and took 4 weeks to finally ship it back. They refused to be flexible with delivery and tried to ship it while I was on vacation. Instead of leaving it for a family member to pick up later, Lenovo refused to change the shipping options and had it shipped back to themselves.
Summary: I had it for two months and it suddenly died. I've been very careful with it, thus I was very surprised. But, I'm not alone just read about these pple having to change their motherboards after a couple of weeks of having it new. And even having to repleace their mother boards several times... [...
Summary: Update June 2012: The computer died for a THIRD time... same problem... even though it had been used twice since arriving from being repaired. Lenovo kept claiming it only had been repaired once (and sometimes never) and that a replacement wasn't an option. They also kept claiming that my year-long warranty expired (after only eight months...
Summary: I recently bought this laptop for my school work. Everything seems to work well except the wifi. On some routers it works well and on some, the internet speed slows down to snails pace. The laptop as a whole is good for the price, but I would highly recommend to upgrade the wifi chip.
Summary: Ich muß ganz ehrlich konstatieren : Von der Haptik und Materialanmutung eines der besten Win-Notebooks, die ich in Händen hielt. Leider aber ist die Treiberversorgung "unter aller Sau". Details : Ich bin es ja schon gewohnt, daß Notebooks mit einer Menge Bloatware ausgeliefert werden, die man dann irgendwie deinstalliert - meistens wird der Systemstart dann locker 50% schneller ausgeführt. Doch, was Lenovo sich hier erlaubt, ist mithin eine Frechheit. 1.