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Great budget laptop, the "affordable" yoga.

Advantages: 6,975K colour temperature, looks pretty, sd card reader, 2 usb and one adaptable usb, Price,
Disadvantages: No Bluetooth, Portability, Average battery life

The Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11, sibling to the much pricier yoga models, great product for the money, could be considered a tablet/PC hybrid. Very flexible and durable, with a nice modern finish, solid chasis, suprisingly robust in comparison with most othe ...

LiamNolan 09.06.2014 · Read full review
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Very good

Advantages: works hard, perfect for work / office, strong and durable
Disadvantages: no HD output, quite bulky

The Lenovo Thinkpad T43 is one of a wide range of ThinkPads. The general body of the laptop is adaquate but not something I would choose for a personal laptop. I use the T43 at work and, when networked are very good machines. they are well built and ca ...

markusrowe 03.01.2012 · Read full review
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The IBM difference, Great value for ebayers.

Advantages: A trustworthy Notebook from the creators of the PC
Disadvantages: Now a little out of date

...There are many notebooks avaliable today, from your £300 own brand notebooks to the £1000 top of the range notebooks. IBM provides notebooks for all price ranges. The T series is the ultimate in Travel Notebooks, they combine performance and reliabi ...

David_Scutt 28.04.2005 · Read full review
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Lenovo 3000 N100 - Core Duo T2400 1.83 GHz

Advantages: High Spec, Powerful, Comfortable to use, System management
Disadvantages: Small touch pad, poor mouse buttons, poor sound from speakers

In 2005 Lenovo took over IBMs thinkpad business and have since continued to build their own branded PCs and Laptops that are aimed at a lower market, i.e. cheaper starting prices than previous IBM models, moving away from business users, more towards smal ...

clivefallon 01.03.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Lenovo N100 0768

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Lenovo

Advantages: Built in webcam. fingerprint recognition that works, good customer support.
Disadvantages: Slightly sluggish compared to some higher end machines.

I own a Lenovo 3000 N100 and use it daily for personal use. I also use a Dell Latitude D620 for work, but I will try not to compare them too much to each other in this review. I acquired the Lenovo after my previous Laptop (a Medion) died and couldn't ...

Honest.John 11.09.2007 · Read full review
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