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LENOVO THINKPAD X240 LAPTOP OVERVIEW
LENOVO THINKPAD X240 LAPTOP
The new x240 thinkpad has the distinction of being the thinnest and lightest X-series laptop to date but it is still MIL-SPEC tough and offers solid Core i5 computing power as well as Lenovo’s new Power Bridge battery technology, which gave us over 15 hours of battery life. Like most ThinkPads, the X240 isn’t exactly cheap, and its 12.5-inch touch screen is relatively low res, but this well-built ultrabook rocks just the same.
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LENOVO THINKPAD X240 LAPTOP SPECIFICATION
lenovo x240 specifications fueled by a fourth-generation Intel Core i5-4200U processor running at 1.6GHz and 8GB of RAM, the X240 turned in respectable scores on our performance benchmark tests. Its PCMark 7 score of 4,717 beat its cousin, the Lenovo ThinkPad Helix (4,507) and the Dell Latitude 6430u (HD+)(4,498), but it couldn’t top the Dell Latitude 6430u (5,006). Its Cinebench R11.5 score of 2.49 was right up there with the Samsung Book 9 Plus (2.50) and the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 2 Pro (2.49) but well short of the Dell 6430u (HD+) (3.12).
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Lenovo Thinkpad X240 Laptop
The most obvious innovation shows itself when taking a look at the dimensions. 6 millimeters less (in terms of height) lenovo thinkpad x240 review when compared to the ThinkPad X230 (measured without the rubber feet) looks a lot slimmer. Instead of a wedge-like shape, an overall flat design language has been implemented, yielding a more streamlined and more modern look. Still, the typical ThinkPad design has been retained, fostering Lenovo’s still-excellent brand recognition. Even the clamshell design of the display lid is still there, at least to some degree. Our test device comes in at 1450 grams, weighing exactly 100 grams less than its predecessor. Then again, the battery capacity has been reduced from 62 Wh (X230i) to approximately 47 Wh, 15 Wh less.
The build quality of the chassis is still quite good, coming close to the ThinkPad X230 in terms of sturdiness. Both the palm rest and the keyboard deck barely exhibit any give at all, the display hinges work flawlessly and the display almost can’t be twisted. Despite of all these great aspects, most well-known weaknesses of the predecessor haven’t been removed. Even slight pressure on the palm rest is enough to compress the smart card reader slot. Similarly, the areas between the display hinges both on the display frame and above the battery can easily be distorted. Although this shouldn’t be too much of an issue in most real-life usage scenarios, one might rightly expect more from a premium laptop.
The ThinkPad X240 comes with a Trusted Platform Module 1.2, a Smart Card reader, a fingerprint reader and the usual password options, yielding a good basic array of security options when it comes to preventing data theft. In addition, Intel’s AMT (long-distance maintenance, repairs and surveillance for security purposes) or AT (anti-theft) technologies can be used, further improving upon the range of security utilities. Lenovo’s “Airbag” is an optional active HDD safety feature, preventing HDDs from taking damage from impacts (of course, this isn’t necessary for SSDs), as is the Kensington lock connector for which a lock can be purchased separately.
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