Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 11: Laptop Price and Review

By Daniel Chubb - Sep 28, 2010

Back in July last year, Jamie Pert brought you a review on Lenovo’s S10-2 IdeaPad, which he stated was the cheaper, slimmer and improved version of the original S10 netbook.

Now we have a review from Engadget, on Lenovo’s ultra-portable known as the ThinkPad Edge 11. This model comes with a starting price of $449 for an AMD version, but if you want the one that is fitted with a Core i3 U380 ULV processor it will cost $549.

The Edge 11 weighs in at 3.3-pounds and has a thickness of 1.1-inches, you also get a 11.6-inch, chiclet style keyboard and a touchpad, which is multi-touch capable. It comes equipped with a spacious 250GB hard drive and 2GB of RAM.

You can read Joanna Stern’s full review via engadget.com. If you’re an existing Lenovo customer, do you think you’ll purchase a ThinkPad Edge 11?

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  • Arijit

    Thinks one does look damn solid, but someone please check its heating problems as some earlier thinkpad series had heating issues. Can anyone please confirm its availability in SE Asia. Also how the hd movie playback??


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  • ron

    I've tried both the AMD and Intel versions. The AMD model is faster, but Intel's battery life is about 10 minutes longer… It depends on what is important to you.