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Check out the Lenovo ThinkPad T510 brand

We heard a lot of good things about the Lenovo ThinkPad T510,

So we decided to try it ourselves to see if the rumors were true. However, not until you have researched your specification sheet and heard what Lenovo has to say about your product. They say that the laptop has a wide and improved screen and emanates from performance, reliability, and mobility. They also say that the new T510 is very sensitive to graphics-intensive tasks, helping its users to do more along the way. Well, everything sounds pretty good to us, but let’s see if and how your laptop passes our tests. The first test is the eye analysis.

At first glance,

the Lenovo ThinkPad T510 looks like a solid laptop while having these elegant ThinkPad lines and curves. It is a very elegant laptop in general and provides a feeling of power and versatility. However, we know that the eye cannot see how well it behaves under different operating conditions, so we quickly begin to test its hardware components. We start with its processor, a high-performance Intel Core i5 520 M processor that operates at an amazing 2.4 GHz frequency. It works on a 3 MB L3 cache and a 1066 MHz front bus. Its specifications suggest that it will work well in our tests, And he did! It has successfully passed even the most resource-intensive tests. We are proud to rate it 10 out of 10 here.

The next thing we tried was a memory. With a single 2 GB DDR3 RAM device. Although it works at a high speed of 1067 MHz, the Lenovo ThinkPad T510 surprised us with its agility and versatility. He performed very well in all our memory tests and deserves 9 out of 10 points here. However, given that the Lenovo guys gave users the option to upgrade the laptop with another 2GB of DDR3 RAM, we give it 10 out of 10.

Since Lenovo knew its laptop was working too well, they installed a hard drive below average. Its size of 250 GB is barely enough to accommodate all our files, and its low speed of 5400 rpm (rotations per minute) has a negative impact on the performance of the Lenovo Agile ThinkPad T510. We don’t like it at all, so we have to give it a small maximum of 7 out of 10 points.


Lenovo ThinkPad SL410: a review of this versatile laptop

The first time we heard about the Lenovo ThinkPad SL410 laptop.

We only heard good things. And we know that Lenovo and its ThinkPad series are very active competitors in the laptop industry. However, we still feel the need to have the latest products in our hands and try them for ourselves. It is another experience to try everything the manufacturer says about your laptop. Regarding the Lenovo ThinkPad SL410, we are glad we were able to try this wonderful laptop. We were fascinated with its beauty and elegant design, not to mention the exemplary way it behaved in all our tests. But enough talk and more action! Let’s see your scores!

We begin our tests with the central processing unit, the most important hardware component of the Lenovo ThinkPad SL410. Although not the most powerful in its class, the Intel Celeron T3100 processor operates at a reasonable speed of 1.9 GHz, has an 800 MHz front bus and a 1 MB L2 cache. It worked very well during our tests and we began to wonder why. Later we discovered that RAM was helping her a lot. However, we gave the processor a good score of 8 points out of 10. Now we are going to test the memory. 2 GB of powerful random access memory (RAM) DDR3 PC3 8500 operating at a frequency of 1067 MHz, a real blow to the competitors of the Lenovo ThinkPad SL410. We are happy to give RAM 10 out of 10 points.


it was time to test the graphics processing unit (also known as GPU). A good Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500 MHD manages to produce fairly clear and crisp graphics on the small 14-inch HD screen. The screen uses VibrantView technology to improve image quality. However, we cannot assign more than 8 points to both the video card and the graphics processing unit due to its below-average performance. Compared to other similar laptops, the Lenovo ThinkPad SL410 is easy to beat in the video and screen sections.

Another hardware defect of the Lenovo ThinkPad SL410 is the small 160 GB hard drive. And not only is it small for the current multimedia file size (HD and Bluray), but it also works at low speed 5400 rotations per minute. This affects the overall agility of the laptop and slows it down significantly. We cannot grant the hard disk more than 6 points out of a maximum of 10.