Reviews and Problems with Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E420s
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Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 420s
12 November 2011
Summary: The Lenovo ThinkPad E420s is the new business warrior of the 'ThinkPad' series featuring the second generation Intel Sandy Bridge Core i5 processor, 4GB RAM, an in-built Intel HD Graphics and 320 GB HDD. It also comes with useful proprietary software and a fingerprint reader.
Pros: Excellent build, Great keyboard and trackpoint, Good design
Conclusion: Once you get past the glossy display and lack of a backlit keyboard it’s hard to find things not to like about the Edge E420s. The keyboard offers an amazing typing experience, the battery lasts long enough to get most users through the day and the processor isn’t a slouch.
Pros: Priced competitively., Long battery life, Great keyboard, Good looks and build quality
Cons: No backlit keyboard., Infinity Glass display is very reflective.
Summary: Whether you're a mobile professional, a student, or just someone who needs an affordable notebook for work and play, the ThinkPad Edge E420s is a compelling choice. This laptop offers a great typing experience, solid performance, and strong battery life.
Summary: Brilliant performance? With the ThinkPad Edge E420s, Lenovo now has a slim notebook available that is supposed to be especially designed for SMEs. The latest hardware fused with ThinkPad qualities makes you want more. However, the high-gloss display steps out of line.
Pros: Pleasant soft touch surfaces, Large touchpad and trackpoint, Convincing multimedia performance, AMD Switchable Graphics, Fast 2.5 inch hard disk, Power consumption and acceptable battery runtimes, The surfaces' high-end feel and the revised, and now larger touchpad.
Cons: Glossy plate in front of the screen, Instable display lid and hinges, Display brightness, contrast and black value, Unconvincing stereo speakers, Built-in battery, A higher quality display with a matt surface and the possibility of exchanging the battery.
Summary: Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E420s er en 14-tommer som posisjonerer seg et sted mellom forretnings- og privatmarkedet. Den velkjente ThinkPad-stilen er beholdt, men samtidig er den blitt rundere i kantene og fått pyntelister i sølv – kanskje for å gjøre den hakket mer "folkelig".