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LENOVO THINKBOOK 15 G2 ITL 20VE00FPIV Is it worth it?


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Hey,

 

Undecided on buying a laptop

LENOVO THINKBOOK 15 G2 ITL 20VE00FPIV 

Is he good? Has it significant disadvantages for the home user?

Is there another computer in this budget (up to 3500) with better data?

 

Requirements: 14-15.6 screen with good brightness even in the sun, at least 512 memory, RAM 16. Computer that can run software without any problem,

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The laptop spun, except for the section of brightness in the sun.

For that you will have to go up (very) in budget.

At least it comes with a matte screen.

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The specification shows 300 nits - it's already better than the rest that come with 220-250

 

Is the computer itself well built? Or it's better to go for a series (Where will I get an i5 processor and only one type c connection)?

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The specification does show 300 nits, but in reality they did not measure more than 275 nits.

Also what appears on sites in the country in connection with 100 srgb color coverage is incorrect,

It's no more than 60 percent.

At least the laptop comes with TB4, if that helps you.

In ThinkPad, the keyboard is better (slightly) but in everything else, sees no differences

That will justify choosing one over the other.

That is, there are apparent differences, but not real ones on the ground.

Anyway, in terms of screen, both are pretty much the same,

Just a matter of price level.

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It is important to me that technologically the computer will be as up to date as possible for as many years as possible.
What about me VOSTRO at the same price level?

 

I also saw a model of Which is not so common

IdeaPad 5-14ALC 82LM008TIV

It has a processor Who seems to get a much higher score

preferable?

 

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It is important to me that technologically the computer will be as up to date as possible for as many years as possible.

 

This is a statement without cover, with you sorry.

Change roof and mobile is already out.

 

I do not see anything significantly better than the Thinkbook in this price range.

If something seems better to you / easy / sexy / attractive etc etc,

It's a different story, but in terms of performance / screen / up-to-date I don't see anything around it.

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This is a statement without cover, with you sorry.

Change roof and mobile is already out.

It is true that it is difficult to know what will be in future developments, but there are things that are not always basic in computers at these prices and are actually important for the future like fast data transfer you mentioned, like two type c connections, and WIFI 6 that can greatly help. But did not go into smallness.

 

I saw that quite a bit was written here about the quality of the assembly and that the total number of parts does not indicate the quality of the final computer, so I asked about better alternatives.

There is also a significant difference in the warranty years - one year compared to 3 in DELL and thinkpad.

I'm currently with 11-year-old VOSTRO - after I switched it from HDD to SSD and it survives well (except for the battery which is already completely depleted) and it is a bit difficult for it to run heavy software.

 

Thank you!

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sorry for the delay.

Indeed, there are of course series at every manufacturer that even with you hardware on paper,

Accept in fact Different in each series.

Emma ....

The trend now is that everyone circles corners and so, the series of the same manufacturer

Sometimes we become almost completely identical, both in quality and hardware, and often differ

By omitting any feature to still create some differentiation.

Thus, Westro and Aspiron became identical even at the level of the bios, as well as in the rest of things 

(Construction quality, etc.), and the same goes for Lenovo, between ThinkPad and ThinkBuck, probably at basic / low price levels.

 

to all Has the relevance figure, let's call it that.

Z.A. Even if everything is still working on it, like on your mobile, it is no longer dragging and not up to the task.

So it's true we need to maintain a horizon of use, but not so much we have control over it.

After all, let's say specifically in ThinkBuck, there is an expansion option And space for an additional M2 drive

That the mobile comes with. These are things that today are unfortunately no longer taken for granted.

On the other hand, as usual with mobiles, you always have to compromise on something .....

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