Published on October 10th, 2010 | by skin0
Lenovo ThinkPad Edge Netbook
Looking for a seriously portable netbook with plenty of options for change, well computer makers Lenovo have taken it’s Lenovo ThinkPad Edge laptop, and shrunk it down to a super small 11” netbook. Best of all it’s not too expensive yet still allows for some decent technology within.
Size is key with netbook, at 11 inches the screen is ample enough for any viewing whether for your work, web browsing or media on the go. It’s only 2.8cm thick and to match it’s small frame a weight of only 1.3Kg so it’s light to carry in your bag on the daily commute. With the choice of Intel CPUs or AMD’s Vision Pro ultra low voltage processors the battery life should last up to 7 hours as the ThinkPad has a six-cell battery pack too. Put all this with Lenovo’s great keyboards, HDMI port and optional 3G connectivity you know this is certainly a good little netbook.
Prices start at £376 which is pretty much the norm for a decent netbook these days but these come with better processors and the knowledge that Lenovo’s good craftsmanship is on your lap.