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The ThinkPad Es is a consumer-oriented ThinkPad with a 1-inch thin Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E420s, a weight of just 4 pounds, and more than 6 hours of battery life. Read our full review for all the details. The Es comes rather well-equipped for the price though coulduse a longer warranty period; business notebooks typically come with a two- or three-year standard. Of special note in the specifications list is the non-removable battery, 7mm thin Seagate hard drive most drives are thicker at 9. For starters, the exterior is simpler and sleeker Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E420s there are fewer lines and less buttons. The palm rest and keyboard surround, lid, and bottom of the notebook have a rubber non-slip coating, which feels great and adds a measure of durability. It may look good on a display shelf, but in reality it smudges up easily and worse, has even more reflections than a regular glossy display.

The edge of the display is surrounded with reflective plastic, which again looks good but is a chore to maintain. Until now, switching was only manually possible by AMD and Nvidia was a step ahead with its Optimus technology. Besides this mainstream configuration, there is also an entry level model with an Intel iM and incorporated CPU graphics, as well as a top model with a solid state drive and UMTS module available.

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In comparison, Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E420s other models cost euros entry or euros high-end Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E420s added value tax. Case All over velvety soft touch surfaces are convincing The display construction lacks stability The ThinkPad's virtually famous case presents itself in a basic, matt black. In contrast to the ThinkPad Edge 15the new E series looks more up to date and moves, even if only slightly, outside of the familiar line. The best example for this is the decorative metal strips that run around the case.

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They were usually matt and made of plastic in the past. All surfaces are Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E420s made with the haptically pleasant and velvety soft touch texture, which is however fairly susceptible for grease stains and dust. The workmanship basically makes a high-end impression and weak points were avoided by using a slot-in drive and omitting a maintenance cover.

Another optical advantage is the lack of status LEDs. Merely the ThinkPad logo's dot over the "i" is illuminated in red during operation. The interior serves with a standard layout, a revised touchpad and a plate in front of the screen. The latter Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E420s the image, but doesn't really want to fit into the envisioned picture of a ThinkPad. Lenovo calls the plate "Infinity Glass", whereas it's rather more a thin plastic cover. The base unit's stability hardly leaves anything to be desired and it only yields marginally under high pressure. The keyboard's bed also doesn't budge under pressure.

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The display lid can't convince in this test. The visible wave development and an audible creaking from the parts are striking.

Moreover, pressure marks due to the lid's and "plate's" lack of stability turn up, but they fortunately also disappear again on their own. At first glance, the laptop bids high-end metal hinges since the opening angle of degrees is also wide as usual and more than sufficient. When looking and listening closer, a clear teetering and Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E420s noise is noticed adversely every time the position is changed. You can expect more for about euros. Because the battery is in the front, you can open the display lid single-handedly.

After removing two marked screws on the bottom, the entire keyboard can be pushed towards the back and thus allows access to the components. The memory medium is located at the side and can be reached Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E420s without taking the keyboard apart. Connectivity The Es has modern interfaces in an acceptable scope despite its slim build. The left case side has a slot-in DVD drive with eject button besides a 4in1 cardreader, which can process the standard formats. The other side accommodates two USB 2. This solution is space saving and combines the headphone-out with the microphone-in in one socket. Unfortunately, Lenovo doesn't seize the opportunity to build in a USB 3. Moreover, charging peripherals is also not possible Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E420s a deactivated state. On the rear there are more ports because of the built-in battery and the hinges.

An external hard disk with a high speed can be connected to this, for example. Overall, an acceptable performance, whereas we miss USB 3. Brilliant performance?


With the ThinkPad Edge Es, Lenovo now has a slim notebook available that is supposed to be especially designed  ‎Review Lenovo ThinkPad · ‎Performance · ‎Battery Life · ‎Specifications. The ThinkPad Edge Es is a sharp, sophisticated and brilliantly compact business laptop with an elegantly crafted 14” frame; enhanced office tools provide.


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