This notebook PC supports a 32-bit|64-bit processor operating mode, which is typical of many comparable spec laptops that have been available for a similar time to it.
Lenovo Has Good Reviews for Its Portable PCs
Lenovo is one of the better rated notebook PC manufacturers according to average reviews from experts and owners, and Lenovo also has good ratings for its medium processor core notebook PCs.
1,600MHz Processor Memory Clock Speed
The Lenovo X250 supports a 1,600MHz processor memory clock speed which is faster than most laptops of a comparable age and type to it. Most portable PCs that have been on the market for a similar time to it support a 133MHz processor memory clock speed. This notebook PC also supports 1 and 333MHz processor memory clock speeds. Across all comparable spec laptops that have been on the market for a similar time to the X250 the memory clock speeds supported by processor ranges from 133MHz (worst) to 1,866MHz (best).
SSD Storage Medium
The Lenovo X250 has an SSD storage medium which is better than most portable PCs that were launched around the same time as it. Most portable PCs of a similar type and age to it have an HDD storage medium. Solid State Drives (SSD) store data in semiconductors on a circuit board rather than using magnetic or optical media. Solid State Drives have no moving parts which makes them very fast and reliable.
This portable PC's storage medium (SSD) is in fact the best storage medium across all comparable spec portable PCs that have been available for a similar time to the X250.
The worst storage medium across similar types of portable PC is HDD.
Has a Front Camera
The Lenovo X250 has a front camera. Most of the other similar spec laptops that have been on the market for a comparable time to the X250 also have a front camera.
L3 Processor Cache
This notebook PC has a L3 processor cache, which is typical of many portable PCs of this age and type.
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802.11n WiFi Standard
This notebook PC has an 802.11a|802.11ac|802.11b|802.11g|802.11n WiFi standard, which is typical of many medium processor core notebook PCs that have been on the market for around the same time as it.
Has a Touch Sensitive Screen
The Lenovo X250 has a touch sensitive screen, which is unusual. Most of the other laptops of a similar spec and age to the X250 do not have a touch sensitive screen.
At only 1.5 kilograms, the Lenovo X250 is quite light compared to most of the other portable PCs of this type and age. Notebook PCs that are a comparable age to the X250 have weights of between 940g and 3.8kg, and the average weight is 2kg.
The widths of comparable spec laptops that were released around the same time as the X250 range from 28mm to 430mm. With a width of only 305.5 millimeters, the Lenovo X250 is one of the narrower notebook PCs that have been available for a similar time to the X250 amongst medium processor core notebook PCs of this age.
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Does Not Have a Full-Size Keyboard
Most of the other comparable spec notebook PCs that came out more than a year ago have a full-size keyboard, however the Lenovo X250 does not have a full-size keyboard.
Quite Small Total Storage Capacity
The smallest total storage capacity of medium processor core notebook PCs that have been around for around the same time as the X250 is 16GB and the biggest is 2TB. When compared to other portable PCs that have been available for a comparable time to the X250 that we have checked the total storage capacity of, the Lenovo X250's total storage capacity of only 128 gigabytes is one of the smallest.
It may also be worth considering one of the alternative 128GB total storage capacity portable PCs currently available including because of it's better review score, the DELL Latitude 12 E7250.
If this Lenovo notebook PC total storage capacity is not big enough for you then you might want to look at the Lenovo L540 (192GB and higher rated).
Very Small Screen Size
With a screen size of only 12.5 inches, the Lenovo X250 has one of the smaller screen sizes amongst medium processor core notebook PCs of this age. The average screen size of notebook PCs that were released around the same time as the X250 is 15".
If this notebook PC screen size is too small for you then you might want to consider the Acer Aspire V3-371 (13.3").
Only 1366 X 768 Pixels Display Resolution
This notebook PC has a display resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, which is typical of many laptops that have been available for around the same time as it.
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Only 4 Bluetooth Version
This portable PC supports a 4 Bluetooth version, which is the most commonly supported Bluetooth version on laptops that have been around for a similar time to it.
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Average Processor Clock Speed
The Lenovo X250 has a fairly average processor clock speed (2.3 gigahertz) compared to most of the other portable PCs of this age and type.
Average Internal Memory
With an internal memory of 8 gigabytes, the Lenovo X250 has a pretty average internal memory compared to most of the other portable PCs of a comparable spec and age to the X250.
Laptops with a bigger internal memory that might be worth looking at include the Lenovo T450s (12GB).
Intel Core I5-5xxx Processor Family
This notebook PC has an Intel Core i5-5xxx processor family, which is typical of many portable PCs of this age and spec.
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