Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E330 Intel Chipset Support Driver
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Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E330 Intel Chipset Support Driver
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This is the third attempt by Lenovo to make the affordable 13 inch ThinkPad Edge into a blockbuster in the entry level business segment. A slightly reworked case and improved stability are supposed to make the difference this time around.
The question is whether it will be third time lucky? When hearing ThinkPad, most people will still think of the robust but somewhat conservative notebooks from the T, W and X Series. The fact that there are also more modern versions has been proven by Lenovo since quite some time with the ThinkPad Edge Series, which is available with display sizes ranging from We have already reviewed the The last remaining device in the generation is now the E with a diagonal display length of It is now just over a year ago since we reviewed the Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E330 Intel Chipset Support Whether the previous weaknesses have been ironed out with the new model, and to what extent the cosmetic changes compare to the predecessor models, will be revealed by our comprehensive review.
Case The display lid is slightly slanted towards the front Lenovo calls it clamshell design Black soft-touch surface With just about 1. The display lid surface is covered with a black soft-touch material which is supposed to protect it from getting scratched.
For those that find the midnight black to be a bit too much on the conservative side, there are also the colors red heatwave red or blue Arctic blue available to choose from. Regardless of the color of the display lid, the remainder of the notebook is made of a black plastic material.
Review Lenovo Thinkpad Edge E330 Notebook
The surfaces are primarily kept matte, with the only exception being the keyboard, which is glossy - as with the predecessor. While the slightly changed design still allows for divided feelings, the manufacturing quality should nevertheless be good enough to convince all the critics. With pressure applied to various areas we weren't able to induce any considerable indentations, and the rigidity of the case also doesn't allow any cause for criticism.
Opening the display is only possible with two hands due to the stiff hinges. The silver hinges make a metallic impression, but closer inspection reveals that they are in fact composed of a plastic material. Nevertheless, they hold the display firmly in place and only allow it to teeter to a limited Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E330 Intel Chipset Support.
One negative aspect is the battery, which is not sufficiently well fastened by the battery latch, and therefore wobbles back and forth in its slot a little bit. On top of this the display lid doesn't fit flush with the case everywhere.
This was probably not planned this way by Lenovo, since the shape has been adopted from the clamshell design used by the more expensive ThinkPad series which is supposed to prevent the entry of dust and other dirt. Altogether the inch notebook still leaves a very positive and well balanced impression. Connectivity As with the predecessor model, most of the interfaces have been distributed along the sides, so that the front only houses the speaker mesh, and the back is only occupied by the battery and the hinges.
The selection of interfaces has also been modernized and changed.
This allows for a tidy desktop with a multi-monitor configuration, although putting this on the left side of the device would have been more comfortable for right handed users using a separate mouse. Interfaces at the back of the device would have represented the ideal scenario. On top of this, compatible televisions and monitors can be wirelessly driven via the "Intel Wireless Display" technology.
A further possibility for connecting to a network is provided by the Gigabit Ethernet port, the chip for which is provided by Realtek. Security With the ThinkVantage Tools installed Lenovo provides a comprehensive and useful package of software.
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For example, data security is provided by Lenovo's Airbag Protection, which quickly switches off the hard drive if a sudden movement or dropping of the notebook is detected. Accessories The accessories included with the delivery can be summed up quickly since these merely include the battery, AC adapter and a quick start guide with directions to the electronic manuals.
Warranty As standard Lenovo provides a 12 month send-in warranty. In addition to this, Lenovo also offers optional extension packages in its online shop. Solutions for Small Business provides useful features The arrow keys have also grown and provide more comfort as a result.
In addition to this, the keys provide a crisp pressure point with a well defined key travel, while also having a pleasant end stop sound. The upper row of keys is occupied by the special functions as standard. The F keys on the other hand are available in combination with the Fn key.
Pressing the Fn key several times in a row elicits a popup message, which allows the behavior to be reversed. Touchpad With the current ThinkPad models it is entirely up to users how they want to move the mouse cursor across the display, whereby a choice has to be struck between the TrackPoint integrated into the keyboard or the Synaptics ClickPad. The ClickPad has dimensions of 92 x 42 mm, and has Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E330 Intel Chipset Support slightly structured surface to improve its gliding properties.