Lenovo ThinkPad X130e laptop

School kids probably won't go crazy for the X130e, but it's a solid little laptop with a can-do attitude

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    3.75 / 5
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    5.00 / 5 (of 1 Review)
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    $ 673.00 (AUD)

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Jemmuel Magtibay



Great keyboard, good processor, great hard druve protection, great durability, runs very cool, good camera, runs on windows 7, good screen size (11.6 inches), great battery life. very good for a student
small keypad, spakers not loud enough.
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As a 9th grade high school student, the x130e is GREAT. the keyboard is excellent when your writing down stuff for school and also very good for education. its built tough for the everyday conditions of school, going from class to class, opening and closing the lid etc. windos 7 helps me get the most of my education from going to the internet, to writing down all things off the board. this has to be one of the best thinkpads lenovo has made. the HD LED moniter is great for viewing things from videos to pictures. intels celeron processor is great for a laptop like this. when your running alot of things, the celeron is great for that. overall, the x130e is a really good product.

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