Lenovo Thinkpad X140e 20BLS00400 11.6″ AMD APU A4-5000 4GB 500GB Win7 Pro Best Student & Business Ultrabook Laptop

July 27, 2015 - Comment

The Lenovo ThinkPad X140e 20BL-S00400 is an incredibly compact ultrabook that has the power to handle your everyday tasks. The X140e is a perfect mobile laptop to add to your arsenal. It will keep you working even on the go. The 20BL000BUS has an AMD quad core processor that gives you the power to multitask

The Lenovo ThinkPad X140e 20BL-S00400 is an incredibly compact ultrabook that has the power to handle your everyday tasks. The X140e is a perfect mobile laptop to add to your arsenal. It will keep you working even on the go. The 20BL000BUS has an AMD quad core processor that gives you the power to multitask just about anywhere. This 11.6″ notebook pc is rugged and ready, with reinforcements inside and out. It was built to military specifications, but it’s meant to endure an even more demanding user: school kids. Upgrade from Windows 7 Professional to Windows 8 with included upgrade disks. Get moving and keep working with the Lenovo ThinkPad X140e!

Features:

Display: 11.6″ HD Anti Reflective Display (1366×768)

Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 8330

Chassis Ports: 2 x USB 3.0, 1 x USB 2.0, 1 x VGA, 1 x HDMI, RJ-45, 4-in-1 Card Reader (MMC,SD,SDHC,SDXC)

Operating System: Windows 7 Professional x64 bit with upgrade to Windows 8 Pro

Wireless: 802.11 b/g/n + Bluetooth

Battery: 6 Cell 63 Whr Li-Polymer Battery

Keyboard: Island style ThinkPad Precision Keyboard

Webcam: 720p HD Webcam

Dimensions: 11.6″ x 8.5″ x 1.38″

Weight: 3.92 lbs

Comments

A. Part. says:

Great Device! This little laptop is a beast for its size and price. I decided to follow the advice of another reviewer and buy the 4gb upgrade. Im glad I did because with only the stock 4gigs, it becomes sluggish with 3-4 programs running. With 8 gigs, the laptop feels very quick. The installation took 2 minutes and is easy enough for a child to perform. Another great thing is the fact that it came with windows 7, and the upgrade to Windows 8 IF YOU WANT IT. This was great because I cant stand Windows 8.PROSGreat value.8+ Hours battery life.Laptop itself feels beefy and doesn’t creek or bend.Good size / Keyboard is comfortable to use.Bright Screen / Loud SpeakersVery capable with inexpensive upgrade.Windows 8 option.Lots of USB real estate.Shipped fast.CONSScreen is unimpressive.Annoying Green and red LEDs on top of the lid.Microphone is right where your palm goes.Overall this laptop is…

Jack of Blades says:

These five cons don’t take away a single star. This computer is nothing less than money well spent. After opening up the box I took the liberty of stripping out most of the unnecessary bloatware that came installed by default from Lenovo. There are a few things that may cause some irritation for folks so I’ll give you the rundown of what I have no absolutely loved:First, the trackpad. Sensitivity is spotty sometimes compared to my HP Pavilion dv6 and Macbook Pro (which both cost more than 3 times as much as the Thinkpad). However, this can be remedied with the purchase of a cheap wireless mouse if you wish. Luckily, I have developed a proficiency with the pointing stick (red dot located between G, H, and B keys) which is especially useful in combination with the three mouse buttons located just above the trackpad. The trackpad itself can be pressed in to achieve left and right clicking functionality, but there is no middle click button on the trackpad, only above it.Second, the RAM (random access memory)…

intanet says:

So far, pretty good with IMPORTANT information about restore process If you don’t read my review PLEASE JUST READ THIS!If you do the Operating System Restore process using the Lenovo Software, DO NOT USE AN EXTERNAL HARD DRIVE THAT ALREADY HAS DATA ON IT. The process will wipe the hard drive clean of all other data. (And there was no warning before hand. Real bummer.) They recommended using an external hard drive at the beginning of the process saying it would be more stable but who would have thought it was gonna take the entire 2T bite hard drive over and wipe it clean. To create restore disks, you will need either an external DVD burner and a few DVDs (it’s a little over 8GB of data that will be transferred over) or, as I later found out, you can also use a blank 16GB USB Flash drive.OK so, I got mine from Computer Upgrade King. Pretty decent guy to deal with.As you read this review, bare in mind that I got mine 4 days ago and am still testing it out.UPDATE: It’s now been a few weeks that I’ve been…

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