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Description The Lenovo ThinkPad L440/L540 is designed to be the Best Value ThinkPad. It answers the demand for a 14 or 15 reliable, value performance ThinkPad, optimized with core function. The L Series offers ov... more

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Description Improvements in LCD design and smaller internal antenna result in a reduced bezel size - actually 20% smaller than previous generations - yet ThinkPads deliver legendary reliability and meet or exceed... more

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Super

“Think Thinkpad”

published 14/06/2009

AdvantagesSpeedy, Robust, Good graphics card, Connectivity

DisadvantagesNot the prettiest of designs, Annoying keyboard layout w/ no Windows key and Fn/Ctrl key placement

...INTRODUCTION I bought myself a used IBM / Lenovo Thinkpad T41 for £129 and although it's a pretty old machine (probably from 2004) and fairly low spec by today's standards, I still feel it was a bargain. This was from Cash Converters. DESIGN The machine, like all IBM (now made by Lenovo) notebooks are intended for business users and so the design is not particularly sleek but...

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Excellent

AdvantagesAffordable, good quality, reliable.

DisadvantagesBeware of cheap copies.

...First impressions I have owned Lenovo branded laptops and accessories for quite some time now. It all started when I bought a Lenovo laptop as part of a deal, and I have continued to use their laptops over the years because I have had little trouble with them. Their accessories can be good quality. It is worth making sure you are buying the genuine article when purchasing from online...

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Excellent

AdvantagesGreat writing surface, good price, ideal for taking notes, making lists,

DisadvantagesNone at all from me

...We use all sorts of different stationary items in my office, pens, pencils, staplers, you name it and we use it. And whilst we are living in the age of many things going paperless, we still get through a lot of paper and this includes notebooks. This leads me onto the product that I am going to be reviewing today. The notebook in question is my Cambridge recycled notebook and it is one thatI use...

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