Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E335 Review

Lenovo Laptop - Lenovo ThinkPadThe Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E335 is a sub-$600 (Approx. £386) laptop and you shouldn’t expect any miracle from it. The casing has simple design typical of a ThinkPad laptop. A closer look on the device would reveal a few workmanship flaws including cheap-looking plastic and uneven gaps. The surface also seems to be susceptible to fingerprints and dust. There are only status LEDs on the front.

Card reader is found on the left side along with two USB 3.0 ports, RJ-45 Ethernet port and Kensington lock. On the right, there are power socket, VGA out port, HDMI out port, one USB 2.0 port and headset jack. Thinkpad laptops are known for good input components and this is also the case with the Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E335; its keyboard feels crisp and has a fairly long drop.

The main storage unit is a 320GB hard disk drive. The AMD E2-1800 processor is an entry-level processor, which could be compared with latest Intel Atom models. The built-in Radeon HD 7340 GPU is only usable for basic multimedia tasks and casual gaming, even at lowest detail setting, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim feels really unresponsive.

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