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Promoted 12-02-2015 by iconian at 12:58 AM View Original Post
Adorama via eBay has a great deal on a Lenovo ThinkPad 11E Laptop. Price is $195 + free shipping. Thanks Discombobulated

Specs:
  • AMD A4-6210 1.8GHz Processor
  • 11.6" 1366x768 LED Backlit Display
  • 500GB Internal HDD
  • 4GB DDR3L Memory
  • Radeon R3 Graphics
  • WiFi + Bluetooth 4.0
  • Windows 7 Pro (Free Upgrade to Win 10)
    • Inputs
      • 1x USB 3.0
      • 1x USB 2.0
      • 1x HDMI
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Edited November 30, 2015 at 10:02 AM by TattyBear
Adorama via eBay

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  • Lenovo ThinkPad 11E Notebook [ebay.com] (20ED000EUS)
    • $195 + Free Shipping
      • Specs
        • AMD A4-6210 1.8GHz Processor
        • 11.6" 1366x768 LED Backlit Display
        • 500GB Internal HDD
        • 4GB DDR3L Memory
        • Radeon R3 Graphics
        • WiFi + Bluetooth 4.0
        • Windows 7 Pro (Free Upgrade to Win 10)
          • Inputs
            • 1x USB 3.0
            • 1x USB 2.0
            • 1x HDMI
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This is actually a much better computer than a lot of the "2GB RAM, 32/64GB eMMC" Intel turds that have flooded the market the past couple years. Ever since Intel decided to give away free chips, oops i mean "contra-revenue," the ability to even upgrade RAM and storage went out the window. And people wondered why AMD couldn't compete with free!

Anyways, I'll be picking one of these up because for less than $200, its a actually decently well equipped, durable and still a portable laptop. For the past almost 2 years, I've been using an 11.6" Acer Aspire V5-122P with an Temash 8W TDP AMD A6-1450 (1.0-1.4GHz), 10GB DDR3L-1066, a Samsung 830 256GB SSD, an 11.6" IPS 10 point touch display, a backlit keyboard, and mini DP out. It has served me very well but I may be donating it to my mom as she needs a laptop for her work and I wouldn't mind trying out this 11.6" Beema based ThinkPad 11e for the reasons I've outlined below.


For $195, this is a great deal because:

1. an actual SODIMM slot available, wow no soldered SDRAM, comes with 4GB DDR3L-1600, upgrade to 8GB DDR3L-1600 of RAM
2. an actual SATA HDD with 500GB at 7200RPM, wow no soldered eMMC, upgrade to SSD
3. built like a tank, durable, ThinkPad quality, MIL-STD-810G military certification
4. Windows 7 Pro 64-bit, wow no Bing Home edition 32-bit, upgrade to Windows 10 Pro 64-bit if you want, or 8.1 Pro 64-bit, or Linux 64-bit
5. WIFI AC Wireless (2x2), BT 4.0, Gigabit Ethernet
6. AMD A4-6210, 1.8GHz, Beema, 15W TDP, quad core, Radeon R3 graphics (600MHz), PSP TPM1.2
7. easy access panel, access and upgrade parts (user-replaceable battery, 2.5" 7mm SATA HDD/SSD, WLAN/BT module, DDR3L-1600 SODIMM RAM, coin cell battery, keyboard and to clean fan/heatsink assembly) simply by removing one cover, wow talk about smart
8. always-ON USB 2.0 port, great for charging USB devices while laptop is OFF

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#3
The hard drive seems to be the only difference between this and the one from woot.
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The hard drive seems to be the only difference between this and the one from woot.
I missed the one on Woot and am considering this one. I'm assuming this one would be slower because of the HDD, but by how much?
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I missed the one on Woot and am considering this one. I'm assuming this one would be slower because of the HDD, but by how much?
My sister has a 2 year old Celeron netbook that I upgraded with an SSD and the difference was very noticeable.
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Quote from ads7680 View Post :
I missed the one on Woot and am considering this one. I'm assuming this one would be slower because of the HDD, but by how much?
Short answer: A lot. After owning only devices booting from an SSD for the last year and a half, I can say that the difference is so great that I can't stand using my girlfriend's i5 powered Acer with a HDD.
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Quote from EHokie View Post :
Short answer: A lot. After owning only devices booting from an SSD for the last year and a half, I can say that the difference is so great that I can't stand using my girlfriend's i5 powered Acer with a HDD.
SSDs are in my opinion one of the biggest advances for consumer grade tech. I usually compare going from a spin drive to a SSD to the likes of going from one of those giant old cube monitors to a quality flat panel. Apples to oranges, but it should give you an idea in the tech jump.
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#8
not bad at least got ati graphics. I like these small notebooks with 4gb memory. if there was 5x bucks I'll buy it now
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#9
will this work using a commercial airplane tray? my 15inch doest fit.
can i watch cheap games and watch movies?
thanks
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#10
This can run Crysis 2 and Modern Warfare 3 playably, movies won't be a problem. Anything newer, don't count on it. It has a footprint comparable to a standard piece of printer paper, if that helps.
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#11
Free shipping and no tax. SSD drives are cheap now so buy it and upgrade to SSD if you like
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Last edited by DarqueDoom November 30, 2015 at 12:29 PM
#12
Would I be able to put this SSD in it?

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...3490035011
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#13
120 ssd is $39 at amazon.com (sandisk) so buy 39$ ssd + external hard disk case ($11) and ssd for labtop and exteranl hard disk case for 500 hdd.
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#14
#meh get an A8 or A10 with a 35+ watt TDP. The low TDP APUs and the A4 and A6 are almost useless.
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This is actually a much better computer than a lot of the "2GB RAM, 32/64GB eMMC" Intel turds that have flooded the market the past couple years. Ever since Intel decided to give away free chips, oops i mean "contra-revenue," the ability to even upgrade RAM and storage went out the window. And people wondered why AMD couldn't compete with free!

Anyways, I'll be picking one of these up because for less than $200, its a actually decently well equipped, durable and still a portable laptop. For the past almost 2 years, I've been using an 11.6" Acer Aspire V5-122P with an Temash 8W TDP AMD A6-1450 (1.0-1.4GHz), 10GB DDR3L-1066, a Samsung 830 256GB SSD, an 11.6" IPS 10 point touch display, a backlit keyboard, and mini DP out. It has served me very well but I may be donating it to my mom as she needs a laptop for her work and I wouldn't mind trying out this 11.6" Beema based ThinkPad 11e for the reasons I've outlined below.


For $195, this is a great deal because:

1. an actual SODIMM slot available, wow no soldered SDRAM, comes with 4GB DDR3L-1600, upgrade to 8GB DDR3L-1600 of RAM
2. an actual SATA HDD with 500GB at 7200RPM, wow no soldered eMMC, upgrade to SSD
3. built like a tank, durable, ThinkPad quality, MIL-STD-810G military certification
4. Windows 7 Pro 64-bit, wow no Bing Home edition 32-bit, upgrade to Windows 10 Pro 64-bit if you want, or 8.1 Pro 64-bit, or Linux 64-bit
5. WIFI AC Wireless (2x2), BT 4.0, Gigabit Ethernet
6. AMD A4-6210, 1.8GHz, Beema, 15W TDP, quad core, Radeon R3 graphics (600MHz), PSP TPM1.2
7. easy access panel, access and upgrade parts (user-replaceable battery, 2.5" 7mm SATA HDD/SSD, WLAN/BT module, DDR3L-1600 SODIMM RAM, coin cell battery, keyboard and to clean fan/heatsink assembly) simply by removing one cover, wow talk about smart
8. always-ON USB 2.0 port, great for charging USB devices while laptop is OFF
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