PCWorld has a laptop review on Lenovo’s Thinkpad T431s that’s quite interesting. Instead of the typical glowing remarks that most of us are used to seeing, the review instead highlights several lacking design features. Give the article a read and see if the comments made are significant enough to sway your decision away from this laptop.

As Ultrabooks go, the ThinkPad T431s is far from the skinniest, lightest, fastest, or longest-lasting model you can buy. And without perks like a touchscreen and solid-state storage (the latter is available on other configurations), it’s hard to justify Lenovo’s higher-than-average price. Business users might continue to appreciate the ThinkPad’s sturdy design, security features, and comfy keyboard, but others will find more features and better performance for less money.

Lenovo ThinkPad T431s review: A High-Priced Ultrabook Without The High-End Specs


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