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This review is from: Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E535 3260EFU 15.6" LED Notebook - AMD - A-Series A8-4500M 1.9GHz
Pros: It still works to some degree.
Cons: This is a ridiculously slow machine. I've only had it for 3 months, but it frequently struggles to load multiple tabs in chrome. This machine has substantial trouble in playing video games too, despite the fact that they were released in 2005. Frequently, the battery just decides not to charge for some reason, despite being completely plugged in, so it just dies on me if I'm not paying attention. The keyboard is pretty terrible too, the 'L' key came off and refuses to resume its original position. the '.' key also is becoming harder to press. The webcam also decided to stop working for absolutely no reason.
Other Thoughts: This is unacceptable. This laptop runs similarly to one I purchased in 2008, after a year and a half consistent use. This laptop is mainly used for work (looking at research databases), email and facebook, in addition to 1 video game - there shouldn't be any reason for this terrible performance
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