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Pros ✓Solid build ✓Excellent keyboard with integrated number pad ✓Some good configuration options, including discrete graphics Cons ✕Limited selection of ports and connectors ✕Borderline all-day battery life ✕No touch screen option
Lenovo may be best known for premium, cutting-edge laptops such as the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, but the company has plenty of ‘everyday’ business systems whose pricing is more conducive to widespread roll-out. The ThinkPad E580 is an example: it’s a 15.6-inch laptop with a starting price of £549.99 (inc. VAT). For that kind of money it can’t be a ‘bells and whistles’ laptop, but it does need to be a solid performer. We looked at a higher-spec model (20KS001RUK), which costs £864.99.
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