Advantages: Slimline, Well Featured, Looks Good Disadvantages: No Firewire, Not thought out properly
...ThinkCentre... Think Smarter
IBM?s range of workstations have always been backed up with a long history, after all shouldn?t IBM be the experts, they did ?invent? the PC after all! IBM?s ThinkCentre range represents IBM?s mid-range business workstations, enough power and multimedia capabilities to run the top end office and productivity, whilst keeping costs down to make the systems as...
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 be resurrected by the Insurance company - so I didn't actually go out and buy this one specifically. In actual fact, it is much better than my...
Advantages: fast, easy to use, backup and recovery system, value Disadvantages: too basic for some
.... It is perfect if you are using it just for browsing or infrequent use but gamers, professionals would probably need a lot more.
As I have said, the Lenovo G580 is quite basic but has all the necessary essentials to make it quite powerful for ???entry level usage???. As standard, the G580 comes with;
- IntelŪ PentiumŪ Processor B950 (2M Cache, 2.10 GHz)
- Genuine Windows...