There's a time and place to act a fool, like at a Ludacris concert for example, or when entertaining your in-laws during a holiday function in which you're trying to encourage a hasty departure. Likewise, there are situations where showboating simply isn't appropriate. Wondering what this has to do with a laptop review? Well, the same concept applies to PCs. Think about it -- if your main goal is to pack as much horsepower underneath the hood as humanly possible, regardless of weight or battery life, then you're looking for a desktop replacement. And the flashier, the better, presumably because you'll be toting it around to LAN parties in between trips to the chiropractor. On the other hand, if you spend most of your time in board rooms and pitching PowerPoint presentations to co-workers and clients, a flashy system with an LED light show sends the wrong message. This is where the ThinkPad Edge 420s comes in... Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E420s Laptop Review
Solid business laptop and I like the design. Not a graphics powerhouse but not every laptop has to play Crysis 2 at 60 FPS. Very good review Paul; not my cup of tea just yet :)
"I have the power!!"
$699 on sale with an ecoupon - really can't complain about that!
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Looks pretty neat! I'll stick to my Macbook thanks...
All good, Jess.
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