Lenovo ThinkPad L520 Elite laptop

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All Features

Screen resolution 1600x900
Screen size 15.6in
Display technology LED-backlit LCD
Colour Black
Graphics card Intel HD Graphics 3000
Graphics card type Integrated
Optical media supported CD, DVD
DVD drive type Read and write
Battery type Rechargeable
Removable battery Yes
Power supply AC, Battery
Battery size (milliamp hours - mAh) 2600
CPU type Intel Core i7
Processor speed 2.8GHz
Processor type Intel Core i7-2640M
Operating system Windows 7 (64-bit), Windows 7 Home Premium
Drive speed 7200rpm
Hard drive interface SATA
Internal storage 500GB
Supported memory media SD
Warranty information Depot/Express Warranty
Warranty length (months) 12
Wired Terminals / Ports eSATA, Gigabit Ethernet, USB 2.0, VGA (D-sub)
Bluetooth Yes
Wi-Fi (wireless networking) Yes
Wireless technology supported Bluetooth, Wireless 802.11a, Wireless 802.11g, Wireless 802.11n

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