Refurbished Lenovo Laptops
Recently, I have been talking about Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, Sony or Toshiba laptops and I feel like neglecting Lenovo, which also manufacturers reliable laptops. After all, there is no major difference between the Chinese producer and the other Asian or American ones, probably the design, somehow like a perfect square will remind you on the spot that you are handling a Lenovo gadget.
On technoworld.com, you will find a few refurbished Lenovo laptops, starting with £400, such as Lenovo ThinkPad E520 NZ38PUK (£403, discounted from £538) with an Intel Celeron B810 dual-core processor, 2GB, 320GB SATA, 15.6-inch display and Windows 7 Professional or Lenovo ThinkPad E525 NZ62JUK (£445, discounted from £548) with an AMD A6-3400M quad-core processor, 4GB DDR3, 500GB SATA, DVD rewriter, 15.6-inch backlit and the same operating system.
I wouldn't dare to say that the first model is a business one, since the processor is a weak one and the storage capacity isn't extraordinary, just the operating system would make you think of a business tool. In exchange, the last one, although is more expensive, really functions like a business gadget based on a quad-core processor and a sufficient storage for gathering all your documents and media contents.
Probably you have promised to yourself, not to spend more than £500 on a laptop, but I bet you will change your mind in front of Lenovo ThinkPad E520 NZ3B3UK (£585, discounted from £698), running an Intel Core i5-2430M dual-core processor, 4GB DDR3, 750GB SATA, SuperMulti DVD drive, 15.6-inch display and Windows 7 Professional; Lenovo ThinkPad L420 NYV5EUK (£590, discounted from £720), preserving the same configuration an Intel Core i3-2350M dual-core processor, 4GB DDR3, 500GB SATA and 14-inch display or Lenovo ThinkPad E420s NWD4NUK (£558, discounted from £683) with an improved processor, Intel Core i5-2410M dual-core.
If you are interested in cheaper models, yet older, eBay is crowded with IBM/Lenovo models, such as R400 ($295) with an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB DDR2, 160GB HDD, DVD drive, Wi-Fi and Windows XP Professional or ThinkPad X200 ($450) with the same type of processor, 4GB DDR2, 80GB HDD and Windows 7 Home Premium.
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