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Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 114158F

alaTest has collected and analyzed 5 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the build quality and battery. The value for money and performance also get good feedback. Some have doubts about the portability and usability, while comments are divided on the screen.

performance, value for money, battery, build quality

keyboard, usability, portability

On average, users rate this product 52/100.

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Died in 2 months

 

Tried to return and Newegg didn't help.

Display died

Irregular display system

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Extremely fast

 

This an awesome lappy, very happy with it I am sure It will serve me for a long time

Very fast Lappy,. I just installed 16GB's or ram and its running even faster. It has all the connections you need. The battery last a little over 4 hours, and when not in use it last for two or 3 days days. It turns on super fast and when it comes out...

for some reason it catches alot of finger prints I don't understan why, its not glossy or anything like that

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Motherboard died after 2 months

 

Cheap price for an I5. Paid $420 with taxes and shipping included

Motherboard died only after 2 months. Repair took almost a month due to long wait for part to arrive

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A great, if unfortunately named, laptop

 

Lenovo shouldn't have called it a Thinkpad. That names seems to make some people expect T-series features. The Edge series doesn't come with the legendary Thinkpad keyboard. They also cost about half as much as T-series Thinkpads that MADE that...

Fast, well-built, good battery life, great Linux support for the hardware. Honestly, I really like this thing. Don't mind that the "Cons" has so many more characters than "Pros" - once I made up my mind about how to set up multi-boot on this thing,...

I hate the trackpad on this thing. It's too large, too sensitive, and too close to the keyboard. Out of the box, I was constantly "touching" it while trying to type, removing focus from the text input field or, worse, moving the cursor to a place I've...

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The keyboard is insult to ThinkPad

 

The keyboard is in par with the misery you see on other brands. I might accept it on Lenovo IdeaPad or Essential series, but not the ThinkPad.

Do not know, because I cancelled the order. The specs are decent for the price, though

I checked the notebook at an OfficeDepot store after placing the order online with Lenovo. The keyboard IS NOT the legendary ThinkPad keyboard. The keys are flat and somewhat slippery; the PgUp and PgDwn keys are small, as well as the F keys

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