Laptop Lenovo N200 T5750, 2GB, 160GB, DVDRW, Camera 1.3, BT, Fingerprint Reader ,6-cell battery XP Prof - HotUKDeals
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Top quality for just over £400

* Processor - Intel Core 2 Duo T5750 / 2 GHz ( Dual-Core )
* RAM - 2 GB (installed) / 3 GB (max) - DDR2 SDRAM - 667 MHz - PC2-5300 ( 2 x 1 GB )
* Hard Drive - 160 GB - Serial ATA-150 - 5400 rpm
* Operating System - Microsoft Windows XP Professional
* Screen - 15.4' TFT 1280 x 800 ( WXGA ) - 24-bit (16.7 million colours) - VibrantView
* Optical Drive - DVD-Writer - integrated
* Graphics - Intel GMA X3100
* Bluetooth - Yes
* Notebook Camera - Integrated - 1.3 Megapixel
* Warranty - 1 year warranty
*5 in 1 card reader
*6-cell Lithium Ion battery - Run Time (Up To) 3.5 hour(s)


REVIEW (trustedreviews.com) http://www.trustedreviews.com/notebooks/review/2007/07/04/Lenovo-3000-N200-Notebook/p1
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#1
How's the built quality of it compare to Thinkpad?
#2
matureking
How's the built quality of it compare to Thinkpad?


ThinkPad's built imo is a bit better, however the quality of it is still outstanding, a way ahaed of any other manufacturer (I have got Tosh to make it clear :) ).I had a previous model N100 - incredibly well made laptop.
#3
matureking
How's the built quality of it compare to Thinkpad?


7777777
ThinkPad's built imo is a bit better, however the quality of it is still outstanding, a way ahaed of any other manufacturer (I have got Tosh to make it clear :) ).I had a previous model N100 - incredibly well made laptop.



Yep, Lenovo is known for its superb build quality, it's the way to go, thats why they generally more expensive.
#4
Build quality isn't as good as the old thinkpad chassis' but on a par with the likes of HP/Dell/Tosh.

Still a better option than the Advent/Acer crud.
#5
Uridium
Build quality isn't as good as the old thinkpad chassis' but on a par with the likes of HP/Dell/Tosh.

Still a better option than the Advent/Acer crud.


I had lenovo n100, I have got 2 Toshibas and I have worked on Compaqs and Dells as well ...although Dell's XPS is a good one, the cheaper Inspirons and Vostros are... just cheap laptops - poor screen, average keyboard and quality build.I don't say they are bad but definately not up to the Lenovo's standards. If someone does not see that , must be a Dell's owner or never worked on a good laptop. Sorry

I do not want to offend anybody and I will consider Dell while upgrading.However, I will take Dell into account not because of quality but price only.
#6
Txx, Xxx models are for business.. known in the old days as IBM Thinkpads. The Nxx models are targetted for non business use (=home use). The business models have higher quality components and can take quite a bit of bashing about. The more expensive T models (about 3 pricing points ranging from entry business, medium and high end business) have titanium steel chasis and the case is very rigid as a result...great for those business people who carries a laptop by its corner , either by the base or by the screen (ouch!!!) and walk along the office aisle. Likewise the N series have about 2/3 pricing points for design and durability, rather like Dells with the various brand names.
#7
Bad price, good laptop. I got a Lenovo N200 (T5450, GeForce Go 7300) for £320 in July.

As far as I can tell the build quality is solid, but that's only based on two months of use. The screen is a bit off colour for me, not matter how much I try to calibrate it it always seems to give a slight blue tint (unless I put a different tint on) and increased saturation over my monitor, another annoyance is that the volume button can't be held, it has to be pressed repeatedly, which makes for slow volume changes if you use the buttons. Apart from that it is a very nice laptop though.
#8
Cal.
Bad price, good laptop. I got a Lenovo N200 (T5450, GeForce Go 7300) for £320 in July.

As far as I can tell the build quality is solid, but that's only based on two months of use. The screen is a bit off colour for me, not matter how much I try to calibrate it it always seems to give a slight blue tint (unless I put a different tint on) and increased saturation over my monitor, another annoyance is that the volume button can't be held, it has to be pressed repeatedly, which makes for slow volume changes if you use the buttons. Apart from that it is a very nice laptop though.


nice to hear it as it was probably my post ;)

this has 2gb, faster cpu (1.66ghz v 2.0ghz) and XP prof.I am not sure about camera too in the previous deal.

I would contact Lenovo regarding the screen.I am sure they will not leave you alone ;)
#9
400 quid and no graphics card? no thanks

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