Today I’m taking a look at the Lenovo T430s, unfortunately due to some manufacturing defects I will be returning the laptop. It has the latest intel ivy bridge processors, specifically the 3320M, coupled with integrated HD 4000 graphics. Thanks for watching
edit: can’t get the buttons below the trackpad to work, I assume it is another defect.
Points to consider:
Still has a good, sturdy and robust feeling chassis
Screen quality is mediocre, below average quality
Speakers are bad, I can’t imagine worse, but they are reasonably loud
Keyboard seems nice, has good feel too it, better than most
Battery life is poor for this class of notebook, but it weighs less than average
Easy to expand memory or storage, and lenovo offers lots of customization options
Wifi cards are bios locked
Supports mSATA (SATA2) for either SSD, or WWAN card
Not a bad computer for less than $800, in that class it has some features that make it stand out such as good chassis, good keyboard, and good styling. But if you compare this notebook to others in the $1,300-$1,800 it quickly looses its appeal due to lackluster screen quality, poor trackpad, poor speakers, and poor battery life. Also, I’m convinced that for 90% of users, the HD 4000 is better than the NVS 4200.
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