Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E320 (129834M) business laptop

A business laptop with good speed, strong build quality and an excellent keyboard

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  • Expert Rating

    4.00 / 5
  • User Rating

    4.00 / 5 (of 4 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 772.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:




battery life, weight
trackpad is very unreliable
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Its mostly easy to use, battery life is great, light-weight. Great processor i5 for the price. However the trackpad is terrible, often does not respond to a single tap so need to tap again, however from forums I now find that other E320 users have the same issues and if they get it replaced on RMA the replacement is just as bad. OK the price was $500 but you get better trackpads on $250 netbooks so that is no excuse. Some people use the trackpoint instead so I may have to train myself to use that.

Mathew Vaughan



you can play games, and use loads of software for buisnesses!
lack of usb 3.0, intergrated graphics card so you can't upgrade that and a hard to use mouse
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This laptop is the best I have ever had so i recommend everyone else getting this laptop if they want a mac book but with windows xp/vista/7/8




Fenruary :D
Fenruary :(
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please correct Fenruary 2010 :D




Design, weight, keyboard, long battery life
Viewing angles, lack of USB3.0, touchpad and touchpad buttons
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It's a great laptop. Probably one of the best laptops in the $500 range (and best to buy it when Lenovo has coupons for it at the Lenovo web store).

The only thing I have to complain about it is the clickpad (trackpad), while it is quite large, the precision of the trackpad is somewhat lacking.

The buttons which are located on the bottom edge of the trackpad also take quite a bit of effort to click, so click and drag operations can be slightly tricky to pull off.

Also I'm glad they included the trackpoint -- not because it's a business oriented machine but because not having to leave the home row while you're typing to move the mouse is a good thing.

Other than that, this is a great laptop, for those who are looking for something affordable that fulfills basic needs / officework the Lenovo E320 is near perfect in that regard.

However when it comes to multimedia, that's where it falls short, so if you're expecting good sound quality or screen quality you'll be better off with an IdeaPad or something along those lines.
I'd give this a perfect 5 stars if Lenovo paid extra attention to the trackpad, the screen and added a USB 3 port.

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