This notebook PC supports a 32-bit|64-bit processor operating mode, which is typical of many similar spec portable PCs that have been on the market for around the same time as it.
Lenovo Portable PCs Have Good Reviews
On average Lenovo medium processor core laptops have good ratings compared to other manufacturers as do all laptops built by Lenovo.
1920 X 1080 Pixels Display Resolution
The highest display resolution of the Lenovo X250 is 1920 x 1080 pixels. That's 98% more display resolution than a 1366 x 768 pixels portable PC, which is the most common display resolution.
A 1920 x 1080 pixels display resolution is in fact the best display resolution across all notebook PCs of this spec and age.
Across comparable types of notebook PC the worst display resolution is 1024 x 768 pixels.
1,600MHz Processor Memory Clock Speed
The Lenovo X250 supports a faster memory clock speeds supported by processor than most medium processor core laptops that have been available for around the same time as it. This portable PC supports a 1,600MHz processor memory clock speed, whereas most notebook PCs of a comparable age and type to it support a 133MHz processor memory clock speed.
A 1,600MHz processor memory clock speed is in fact the best supported memory clock speeds supported by processor amongst all laptops of this age and spec.
A 133MHz processor memory clock speed is the worst supported memory clock speeds supported by processor amongst similar types of portable PC.
Has a Front Camera
Like most of the other notebook PCs that have been available for a comparable time to the X250, the Lenovo X250 has a front camera.
L3 Processor Cache
This laptop has a L3 processor cache, which is the most commonly found processor cache on similar spec laptops that were released around the same time as it.
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802.11g WiFi Standard
The Lenovo X250 has a better Wi-Fi standard than most notebook PCs that are a similar age to it. This portable PC has an 802.11g WiFi standard, whereas most medium processor core laptops that have been around for a comparable time to it have an 802.11n WiFi standard. Medium processor core laptops that have been on the market for more than a year WiFi standards range from 802.11ad (worst) to 802.11n (best).
Across all the laptops of this type and age the weights range from 940g to 14kg. With a weight of only 1.4 kilograms, the Lenovo X250 is one of the lighter notebook PCs that are a similar age to the X250 amongst medium processor core laptops of this age.
Gold EPEAT Compliance
This portable PC has a Gold EPEAT compliance, which is typical of many comparable spec portable PCs that have been on the market for more than a year.
With a width of only 305.5 millimeters, the Lenovo X250 is one of the narrower notebook PCs of this type and age amongst laptops of this age. Across all the medium processor core laptops that were released one year ago the widths range from 210mm to 430mm, and the average width is 360mm.
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Does Not Have a Full-Size Keyboard
The Lenovo X250 does not have a full-size keyboard, unlike most of the other comparable spec portable PCs that have been available for more than a year.
Very Small Screen Size
The Lenovo X250 has one of the smaller screen sizes (only 12.5 inches) amongst similar spec notebook PCs of this age. The average screen size of laptops of this age and spec is 15".
If you want a notebook PC with a bigger screen size then you might want to look at the Asus UX301LA (13.3").
Only HDD Storage Medium
This notebook PC has an HDD storage medium, which is the most frequently found storage medium on laptops of this age and spec. HDD is a traditional storage drive which stores the information on magnetic disks. HDD drives are slower than other forms of storage such as solid state drives (SSD) and flash drives.
Does Not Have a Touch Sensitive Screen
The Lenovo X250 does not have a touch sensitive screen, although this is within the context that most of the other medium processor core laptops that were launched around the same time as the X250 also do not have a touch sensitive screen.
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Only Three Battery Cells
The Lenovo X250 is a three battery cell count laptop. Most of the other laptops of a comparable age and type to the X250 have between two and eight battery cells.
Only 4 Bluetooth Version
This laptop supports a 4 Bluetooth version, which is typical of many comparable spec notebook PCs that are a similar age to it.
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Released Over a Year Ago
It was over a year ago when this notebook PC was released.
Average Processor Clock Speed
With a processor clock speed of 2.3 gigahertz, the Lenovo X250 has a fairly average processor clock speed compared to most of the other laptops of a similar spec and age to the X250.
If you want a faster processor clock speed then you might also want to look at the Acer Travelmate TMP645-S (2.4GHz) which also has a higher rating.
Average Internal Memory
With an internal memory of 8 gigabytes, the Lenovo X250 has a fairly standard internal memory compared to most of the other notebook PCs of this age and spec.
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Intel Core I5-5xxx Processor Family
This portable PC has an Intel Core i5-5xxx processor family, which is typical of many notebook PCs of this age and type.
Average Total Storage Capacity
The Lenovo X250 has a pretty average total storage capacity (500 gigabytes) compared to most of the other laptops of this age and type.
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