4.8 / 5 stars (7 reviews) - It IS a business computer!
Latest review: November 27, 2018 | Model: Lenovo ThinkPad 11e
Please disregard last message. I found out that all Think pads are business computers. The sticker just said"education series" because they are used in schools a lot and are tough. I am keeping it now. Sorry for the last bad review. I thought education series meant it was a student laptop, but that is not the case. Its a business laptop after all.Reviewed by: Peter Aldo | Read Lenovo ThinkPad 11e reviews...
Lenovo's affordable laptop seriously impresses. Review date: February 19, 2016 | Model: Lenovo Thinkpad 11e
When you add everything together, what we’ve got here is a sub-$300 laptop that runs silently, is small enough to fit in my man-bag (yeah… I have a man-bag), has adequate battery life, better than expected performance, and is supported by Linux incredibly well. It won’t be replacing your desktop (or your beefy laptop) for intensive gaming, video editing or CPU-intensive builds. But for a bring with me anywhere laptop… I don’t know that I could ask for much more.Reviewed by: Bryan Lunduke | Read full review...
80% - However, the problem is the mobility: The ThinkPad manages a runtime of 4:57 hours in our realistic WLAN test, so it neither lasts a full school day nor a business day.
Review date: March 14, 2015 | Model: Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 11e 20D9000QGE
Lenovo's ThinkPad Yoga 11e is an 11.6-inch convertible that is primarily designed for schools, which means the construction is correspondingly very sturdy. The Bay Trail Celeron processor is powerful enough for office and web applications. The Yoga 11e is always quiet and does not really warm up at all. You also get good input devices, and a large maintenance hatch at the bottom means the device is easy to maintain and upgrade. We also like the display; Lenovo integrates an IPS display with good values for the brightness and the contrast. Still: Both the brightness and the contrast could be higher for such a device. All the mentioned characteristics mean the convertible is not only interesting for the education sector but also for users that need an 11.6-inch convertible for the road... If you are looking for an enduring 11.6-inch device and do not require a touchscreen and/or a 360-degree display hinge, then you get much cheaper and more enduring alternatives with notebooks like the Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E145 and the Acer TravelMate B115.Reviewed by: Sascha Mölck | Read full review...