Lenovo ThinkPad X240 20AL008JUS 13-Inch LED Touch-Screen Ultrabook (1.9GHz Intel Core i5-4300U processor, 4 GB RAM, 500 GB 7200 HDD, Win 8 Pro-64 )

May 27, 2015 - Comment

The 12.5″ ThinkPad X240 Ultrabook is thin, light, built to last, and ready for business. Power Bridge technology lets you go ten or more hours without plugging in, vPro gives you the ultimate in manageability, and plenty of other features let you take your business on the road. Related

The 12.5″ ThinkPad X240 Ultrabook is thin, light, built to last, and ready for business. Power Bridge technology lets you go ten or more hours without plugging in, vPro gives you the ultimate in manageability, and plenty of other features let you take your business on the road.

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S Vani says:

Lenovo forgot about their customers and tried to copycat Mac Air I had been using Thinkpad laptops for the last 12+ years, and X240 is the worst model. I don’t remember seeing any problems with any of the earlier models that I used (both T and X series). Within 2 days of receiving a new laptop, the hard drive stopped working and the support team sent me a replacement drive followed by the connecting cable. The spares didn’t fix the problem and I ended up returning the laptop due to this sort of a quality issue and also the below issues:1. X240 has a fundamental design problem. I guess Lenovo forgot why their customers buy their products and merely tried to copy Macbooks. They came up with an awkward model of touchpad. Clicking there feels like clicking on an empty drum with a “dup” sound. The designers just didn’t get it right, essentially makes the touchpad & mouse useless on the device2. Keyboard & buttons are insanely small. Again – a copycat issue with Macbook. The regular Thinkpad…

Justin R. Weber says:

Great PC with one flaw 0

curtcannon says:

Hate to post negativity but can’t say I recommend this 0

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