|Standing screen display size||15.6 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1366 x 768|
|Memory Speed||3.1 GHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics 620|
|Card Description||Intel UHD 620|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E580 15.6" HD Screen, Intel Dual Core i5-7200U 2.5 GHz, 16GB RAM, 500GB Solid State Drive, Fingerprint, W10P 64 Bit Laptop Computer < Additional Memory and Storage Options Below >
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- Processor: Intel Dual Core i5-7200U Processor (2.5GHz - 3.1GHz, 3M Cache)
- Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro x64
- Display: 15.6" HD Screen (1366x768); Graphics Card: Intel HD 620 Graphics
- Features: 16GB RAM, 500GB Solid State Drive, Fingerprint Reader
- RAM and Hard Drive Upgrade* - View Product Description for complete details and notes
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The machine runs well, handles what I need it to do: Photoshop, Premier. It can run most of my games, even though the gpu is underwhelming for full 3D games, but it could do in a pinch.
The keyboard takes some getting used to, but it's not a deal breaker. A real big negative is the metric crap ton of pre installed Lenovo junk software. Be ready to delete a lot of programs or reinstall Windows.
The looks and build quality are fine. Nothing too surprising there. The screen isn't really great. Always feels like it could be clearer or brighter.
I got caught in an infinite loop of Win7 checking for updates before it would update to Win10. Eventually I just put Win10 on a thumb drive and installed it from there. Highly recommend you save some time and do it that way.
It sounds like I'm pretty lukewarm about this laptop, but in fact I like it a lot. Seems like it will be a good machine for awhile. But it just has some specific drawbacks like software and screen you might want to know about. 7/10
At the price I paid, $930 or so, I would personally pay a bit more and get a MacBookPro for the much better screen, keyboard, and software. But sometimes for a number of reasons you need a Windows laptop, so this one will do.
One big negative when I bought from OEMGenuine is that they put a sticker with their name on it right below the keyboard. It sits to the left of the trackpad exactly where I would rest my left palm. If it were a vinyl sticker that could easily peel off I wouldn't mention it, but they used about the cheapest paper sticker you could find. It didn't peel off cleanly and left that terrible sticker residue that literally the entire world hates. That simple choice left such a bad impression. So, buyer beware.
I shopped around for a new Lenovo looking at a few different models, but specifically for one that had the Trackpoint. Those of us who are veterans of the convenient "red dot" don't like any other mouse interface.
I found this one from OEMGENUINE after looking at several others. I chose this one because I was comfortable enough with the Lenovo brand and this was already upgraded with more memory and a solid state drive. It also had a separate graphics card which I definitely wanted in a new laptop as there's one PC game of which I am quite fond and it performs the best with a separate graphics card.
This machine is a little powerhouse and I'm very happy with it. I've had it for about a month now and look forward to many years of use out of it. It's true that there are less LED indicators on this model. You get used to something, like an LED indicator showing that your CAPS LOCK key is on. However, there's a Lenovo HotKey software driver that can be installed and it shows on the display screen that CAPS LOCK is on and it works just fine.