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Lenovo 431523U

Lenovo 431523U
alaAverage 4.3

3 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the value for money. The portability also gets good feedback, but many are critical about the screen.

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Lenovo Essential B470 Intel Core i5-2410M

 

We've previously looked at a laptop from Lenovo's Essential G series ( the G570 ), and now it's time to check out the Essential B series. If you're unclear on the difference, Lenovo helpfully offers that the B series consists of "budget laptops for...

The Lenovo Essential B470 looks sharper than some of Lenovo's other budget laptops, and includes a basic Nvidia GPU.

While everyone else is shaving inches and pounds from midsize systems, this is still thick and heavy, especially for a laptop with a 14-inch screen.

The Lenovo Essential B470 is priced alongside Intel Core i5 laptops from other PC makers, but at least tosses in an entry-level GPU.

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I hate that there are no comments on CNET reviews.

 

If you're looking at a laptop like this--around 14", Core i5, entry-level graphics--do yourself a favor and check out one with AMD's Llano platform. While they'll fall behind Intel's comparable processors in raw, totally-non-real-world CPU benchmarks,...

It's a laptop! It's portable! Hooray

You can get the same (and in some cases, better) performance for less

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I hate that there are no comments on CNET reviews.

 

If you're looking at a laptop like this--around 14", Core i5, entry-level graphics--do yourself a favor and check out one with AMD's Llano platform. While they'll fall behind Intel's comparable processors in raw, totally-non-real-world CPU benchmarks,...

It's a laptop! It's portable! Hooray

You can get the same (and in some cases, better) performance for less

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