The 14-inch Lenovo Thinkpad L420 is an attractive option for budget-conscious business users who need zippy performance and a great keyboard. Lenovo Thinkpad L420 on Rental and Sale in Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, Mumbai, Coimbatore and Kochi.

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Thanks to a 2.5-GHz Core i5-2520M processor, 4GB of RAM, and a 320GB, 7200-rpm hard drive, the lenovo thinkpad l420 battery notched a good score of 7,354 in PCMark Vantage, which measures overall system performance. That score beats the thin-and-light average by more than 2,000 points, but it falls short of the 8,242 turned in by the Dell Latitude E6420 (with a 2.6-GHz Intel Core i5 CPU) and the 7,983 notched by the Fujitsu LifeBook S751 (with a 2.5-GHz Intel Core i5 2410M CPU).


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When it came to booting up, the lenovo thinkpad l420 review  was nice and speedy, launching into Windows 7 Professional in just 46 seconds. That’s 18 seconds faster than the category average, and it also bests the boot times of the Latitude E6420 and the LifeBook S751 by 20 seconds.

The lenovo thinkpad l420 drivers also proved snappy on our File Transfer Test, which entails copying 4.97GB of mixed media files. The notebook completed the task in 2 minutes and 41 seconds for a rate of 31.6 MBps. This comfortably beats the thin-and-light average of 24 MBps.


Intel Core-i5-2520M


PC3-10600 Non-Parity (NP) Double Data Rate Three (DDR3) Technology

Two SO-DIMM Slots


SATA Hard Driv, 7,200rpm


Intel Integrated HD Graphics


Lenovo Thinkpad L420

Build and Design
What can be said about a ThinkPad’s design – these notebooks have always placed function over form. ThinkPads as we know them have changed subtly but steadily from their introduction over 20 years ago. The lenovo l420 review has an unassuming black plastic exterior with a matte finish. Unlike older ThinkPads the L420 does not look boxy thanks to its inward-cut sides and slightly sloped front. An interesting design feature is the speakers located in the lid below the display; most business notebooks put speakers under the palm rest or on either side of the keyboard.

Overall build quality is excellent; despite its all-plastic exterior, the L420 feels solid. The plastic is thick and durable. The palm rest surface barely moves when pressed down upon, meaning there is excellent support underneath. The chassis hardly bends when twisted by the corners, which is another good indicator of a strong internal frame.

The two metal display hinges are well-positioned to support the lid; they are unmovable. Being all plastic, the display twists a bit more than I prefer; furthermore, pushing in on the back of the display causes some ripples on the screen. This should be a non-issue assuming the notebook is not thrown around. Those looking to upgrade the lenovo l420 graphics card will find easy access to the RAM, hard drive, and wireless card; simply remove the large main panel on the bottom of the notebook.

Ports and Features

The L420 has an above average port selection for a 14-inch notebook, including DisplayPort, eSATA, and an ExpressCard/54 slot. It also has a docking station port on the bottom of the chassis. The L420 does not have USB 3.0. All picture descriptions are left to right.

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