LENOVO THINKPAD EDGE E535 AMD GRAPHICS DRIVER DETAILS:
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|Supported systems:||Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, 2008, Vista, 2003, XP|
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LENOVO THINKPAD EDGE E535 AMD GRAPHICS DRIVER
We test if the device is any good. Lenovo introduced the Thinkpad Edge E as the successor to the E Both devices are based on AMD's Fusion-platform. The Edge E is available with different component configurations.
The competition is mainly found in the same family. A comparison with the Thinkpad Edge that we already tested wouldn't be fair, because it has a middle-class dedicated graphics card Nvidia GeForce GT M. The competition of the Thinkpad Edge would have to be the Thinkpad Edge variant, which only Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E535 AMD Graphics integrated graphics. Case The case is made completely of matte-black plastic and the screen is surrounded by a silver plastic frame.
The overall stability of the case is acceptable. The hand rests for typing hold secure with pressure.
The keyboard only gives in a little. In the number block area of the keyboard, which is positioned over the optical drive, there is a bit more strength. The stiffness could be better.
If you were to take the open notebook and hold it by two opposite corners, it would turn slightly. When you close the top of the netbook it doesn't sit flush with the bottom side. At this point one would have the impression that one of the internal hooks was missing or broken. The reverse side of the lid is equipped with a layer of rubber soft-touch surfacejust like the other Thinkpad Edge models.
Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E535 AMD Graphics test model sports a black 'Midnight Black' rubber layer. The lid makes a decent impression, despite the fact you are able to twist it. The metal-finish lid hinges hold the display firmly in position with minimal movement. This is fine due to the USB 3. Optimally Lenovo could have turned one of the three USB 3. This is a shame as now the possibility of certain expansions has gone. Audio combo, 1x USB 2. The back is free from any ports.
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The memory card reader is the only thing on the front. Communication Our test model comes with all the expected features of a communications device.
Lenovo has also given a webcam to the notebook. This is located on the screen frame, surrounded by two microphones. Security The range of security features is quite weak for a business-notebook. This makes it possible to secure not only access to Windows with a fingerprint lock, but also access to internet services. Accessories The section on accessories is over and done with quite quickly.
Apart from the power supply and a battery, the only thing you'll find in the box is a poster with a quick-start guide and guarantee information. The device comes with an already installed 'Windows 7 - Home Premium' operating system. Lenovo designed the Thinkpad Edge E with an APU (Accelerated Processing Unit; a combination of a CPU and a GPU) from the company AMD. This carries the name AMD AM. The CPU part of the APU is made of quad-core processor Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E535 AMD Graphics works at a base speed of GHz.Review Lenovo Thinkpad · Performance · Verdict · Specifications.
Lenovo Thinkpad Edge E535-NZR5BGE
Lenovo Thinkpad Edge E Series. Processor: AMD A-Series AM.
Graphics Adapter: AMD Radeon HD G. Display: inch. Weight: kg. Average Score: % - good. Notebook: Lenovo Thinkpad Edge ENZR5BGE.
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