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I've had this laptop for a year now and it's a good laptop at first. However I have experienced many problems with it's build quality and have had it repaired several times.
1. The first repair was my fault, (well the user's fault) as they spilled liquid, not to sure what, on it. It still worked fine, just that the keys were getting stuck continuously and finally failed me.
2. This time it was the build quality. The left mouse button started to get stuck under the casing and this also happened to a friend who had a similar model, L450-13L I think. Anyway this wasn't a problem as it could be pulled back out with a any long thin object. The problem was when my laptop was being used by a sibling, he decided to used a knife to get it out, resulting in motherboard damage.
3. I will be sending it off soon to get the screen hinge repaired as it has snapped and I'm unable to close the laptop. I do believe this was build quality once again.
Anyway down to the system, it came with;
Intel Celeron CPU 900 @ 2.20Ghz
1GB of RAM
and in Windows 7 64-bit operating system
It is a wonderful machine capable of playing a few old games if you add some more RAM for like £20 (it takes DDR2 800MHz (PC2-6400) 200-PIN SODIMM)
If your looking to use this on the go then you will be carrying a 383 millimetres by 267 millimetres with a screen size of screen 15.6 inches. This weighs 2.6kilo and I find it would be hard to take around with you.
It's best feature would be it's warranty and it's system really, can't think of anything that would help improve opinions.
Once again the left mouse button has broken. Really not happy with this anymore and I do believe that it should be avoided, even if you come across it cheap. The charger supplied has also failed an no longer charges it, or when it does it is random. This may be the laptop, but I don't care it's terrible that such shoddy build quality would pass inspections and test.