- Intel Pentium dual-core T4400 (2.20 GHz)
- 4 GB Memory 250 GB HDD
- Intel GMA 4500M
- 1366 x 768
- Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit
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Updating my old review 04/05/2010
I am correcting my earlier review on March 15th, entitled Can't access internet. Blushing, but every time I tried to access, I got Error 651 or was told to use ethernet cable and I did not have an ethernet port for my old desktop so I just got befuddled. 200 people on other forums had this Error 651, I stayed befuddled but finally plugged in the ethernet cable and voila'. Otherwise I love this laptop more and more, I've not had a chance to use but one other laptop. I think I might have liked a non-wide screen but I don't know. I love Windows 7, the screen, the machine runs on battery for at least 3 or more hours so I don't have to watch that constantly. ..... NOW, for all those who have trouble with the keyboard vs. touchpad, Lenovo's little skimpy manual does note that one can enable/disable that with the keys fn+F8. I said that on March 15th too. Now we know that males don't read manuals! LOL
It's a pain though, I wish that they had provided a toggle switch.
I can't think of anything dire at this time. I'm getting used to Windows 7 etc. I like the texture of the case. I got this on NewEgg's very good deal in early March, for $450.
Again, trouble with the keyboard vs. touchpad, Lenovo's manual notes that one can enable/disable that with the keys fn+F8.
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