Cons: Video card, Display resolution, Battery, Display performance
"I had this Thinkpad Edge 1 year ago. And its performance is being very good. However, there is a problem that every time I charge the battery, the computer becomes very slow reacting. Besides that, it has good performance and I believe the thinkpad have the greatest heat degenerate performance. Using other computers, the computer would become very hot soon, while thinkpad works good on this part. The video card is not very good though. I hope lenovo would have more laptops cheap and for game playing."
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Review 2 for ThinkPad Edge 14" with Intel processors - Best seller
My first Thinkpad product
Date:June 14, 2012
"I bought the Thinkpad Edge 14" two years ago (Aug 2010) just before starting business school. The product has served me pretty well even though I've treated it pretty roughly.
The computing performance of the laptop has been exceptional. I did face a couple of blue screen errors and crashes initially. But they stopped completely once I installed a few Windows and Lenovo updates. I've also NOT maintained the laptop properly by defragmenting or cleaning the registry; despite that, the laptop's performance has been consistent, robust and great! (I'm a gamer and I'm happy with the gaming performance)
The thing that I liked the most has been some exceptional Lenovo software utilities which helped me recover and restore from viruses and crashes. Terrific trouble shooting software! Other pros include the laptop's convenient size, easy to type keyboard, eye-catching design and value price.
The only major disappointment for me has been the laptop's battery. Hardly a few days after the 1 year warranty expired. My battery went bust. While it was working, I used to get about 2-2.5 hours of battery life. Now the battery life is hardly 1 minute and I need to buy a new one."