Lenovo ThinkPad L412 Intel Chipset Driver
Lenovo?ThinkPad L Sub-models (L) options: Video card: Integrated Intel VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Core Processor bridge : Intel Corporation 5 Series/ Series Chipset PCI Express. Processor / Chipset. Number of Cores. Dual-Core. Chipset Type. Mobile Intel HM55 Express. Features. Integrated memory controller. review of the Lenovo Thinkpad L ZG (Intel Core i3 M, a CPU upgrade to an Intel iM chip, practically all of the Windows.
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Lenovo ThinkPad L412 Intel Chipset Driver
Lenovo laptops are famed for having the best keyboards in the business and the L is no exception.
The spacious spill-resistant board is quiet and accurate to use and responds with a flawless typing action. The indented CTRL key may frustrate some speed-typists, however.
With an Intel Core i5 processor and MB of DDR3 memory, performance is outstanding and ideally suited to the most demanding business use, with multiple applications Lenovo ThinkPad L412 Intel Chipset smoothly and quickly. Graphics are also surprisingly capable. For optimum visibility in all lighting conditions, the L uses a matt-finish LED backlit screen to eliminate reflections.
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The inch panel is bright and produces pleasingly sharp and natural images. VGA and DisplayPort outputs let you connect Lenovo ThinkPad L412 Intel Chipset a bigger screen when in the office. While the ThinkPad L may lack the wow factor of rival corporate machines like Sony's VAIO Z-Series, its stunning usability, ample power and commendable green credentials easily compensate.
All in all, this is another success for Lenovo and a great business machine. It doesn't help any that all of the Lenovo ThinkPad L412 Intel Chipset are not flush-mounted with the upper edge of the device, rather positioned inward.
This makes it difficult to plug in the devices correctly the first time, forcing one to look first. Also, wider devices such as some USB sticks will not fit into the side ports, whereupon one would have to resort to the powered USB port on the rear.
Lenovo ThinkPad L412 Intel Chipset model for the European market features a gigabit Eithernet connection from Realtek as well as an Integrated bluetooth is also on board as standard. Worth mentioning is also the integrated 2 megapixel webcam, which offers a resolution up to x pixels.
We found the comprehensive configuration options in the Thinkvantage menu very helpful; in this menu, exposure, white balance and color profile of the picture were able to be fine-tuned. The displayed picture is clear throughout and should provide excellent quality for video conferences.
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As was the case with L, there was little extra in the carton other than the notebook, battery, AC adapter, power cable and a short instruction manual. Extra hardware appropriate for the given model is available only at extra cost, though buyers should be sure to check compatibility as Lenovo has outfitted the current Thinkpad generation with Lenovo ThinkPad L412 Intel Chipset features and extras that are not compatible across the entire model range.
The warranty for the L-series specifies a month bring-in service, which is to say that the user must send in the notebook for service when necessary. An warranty upgrade is possible including up to three years of on-site service, the cost of which is around Euro.
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In comparison to the higher-class Thinkpad range, this is a cost-effective option. Input Devices One can collaborate directly with our test of the Thinkpad L that this model uses an identical keyboard model.
Lenovo ThinkPad L412 Intel Chipset The differing sizes of the two models is remedied Lenovo ThinkPad L412 Intel Chipset having a varying amount of space to the left and right of the keyboard. In short it can be said that Lenovo has integrated a typical Thinkpad keyboard into the L This observation covers not only the layout but the extent of the input devices Touchpad and Trackpoint as well as the haptics associated with their use.
A point of criticism for Office-users could be the Utilizing a matte display finish, Lenovo has put a stop to the glossy experimenting and once again implemented an optically pleasing and ergonomic surface.