Lenovo ThinkPad E420S
The Lenovo ThinkPad E420S packs a 1366x768 LED-backlit display, a Core i5-2410M (2.3GHz to 2.9GHz), 8GB of RAM, and a 320GB 7200RPM HDD. Other specs include a fingerprint reader, an optical drive, an HD webcam, 802.11b/g/n connectivity, and a 48.8Wh battery.
Solid build quality, Excellent keyboard, Great battery life (6hours), Good design.
Nonremovable battery, Lowresolution display, No status lights.
By HotHardware on July 19, 2011
Lenovo designed the ThinkPad Edge E420s for small-to-medium business (SMB) users, and if evaluating it on those terms, the E420s proves a solid workhorse. It has plenty of horsepower to beam PowerPoint presentations to potential clients, and with its...-
By RegHardware on July 07, 2011
The ThinkPad range has been typically targeted at business users, however, I can certainly see more general users adopting the Edge series, especially as the price of the business class fare edges further below the £1000 mark. This Core i5 version...85
By Techworld on July 02, 2011
The ThinkPad E420s couldn’t be much different from the excellent Lenovo IdeaPad G570. To be fair to the ThinkPad it is a very work-focused model, but the poor battery life, lack of storage space, mediocre screen and relatively high price all count...-
By Notebook Review on June 16, 2011
The ThinkPad Edge E420s is an impressive 14-inch notebook. It makes a great travel companion thanks to its 6+ hour battery life, ~ 4 lb. weight, and one-inch thin chassis. The build quality is superb overall; the rubber-touch surfaces feel great. The...60
By LaptopMag on May 25, 2011
Whether you're a mobile professional, a student, or just someone who needs an affordable notebook for work and play, the ThinkPad Edge E420s is a compelling choice. This laptop offers a great typing experience, solid performance, and strong battery...80
By NotebookCheck on May 20, 2011
According to Lenovo, the Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E420s office laptop is supposed to especially appeal to small business. However, we can't really imagine the 14 inch notebook, with a native resolution of 1366x768 pixels and the display's high-gloss...79
By ZDNet UK on May 04, 2011
However, Lenovo has stuck in the ability to assign the option of low-power or high-performance graphics to the profiles of various applications. This is how Optimus works, more or less, but the AMD implementation is a lot more opaque, and I find myself...-
By pcactual.com on November 29, 2011
A la serie ThinkPad, con modelos robustos y repletos de tecnologías para la gestión y mantenimiento, su diseño sobrio y excesivamente corporativo le resta atractivo a la hora de trabajar y disfrutar de los ratos de ocio en casa. Para esta...93
By Hardware.no on October 24, 2011
Lenovo er og bør være et kjent merke for de fleste av våre lesere. Siden de kjøpte opp IBMs PC-avdeling i 2005 har de blant annet satset hardt på å videreføre det gode ryktet til den ikoniske ThinkPad-serien. Dette har...-
By PC-Welt.de on June 20, 2011
Mit dem Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E420s kommt ein 14-Zoll-Notebook auf den Markt, das nach Angaben des chinesischen Computerherstellers speziell auf die Bedürfnisse kleinerer und mittlerer Unternehmen zugeschnitten wurde. Im Inneren arbeitet bereits...80