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While the AMD version is indeed a tad quieter under load, the noise characteristic remains low frequency. Subjectively, both Edge 11 models can be described as pleasantly quiet contemporaries, whose fans can always be heard but on the whole remain tolerably in the background. However on the other hand, the AMD model does get slightly warmer than the Intel tester. Yet dramatically high values weren't reached even in the stresstest.
The core temperatures hang around a maximum of 77 degrees Celsius. As this situation would hardly come up in practical use, one can in general also be pleased by the cool case of the AMD variant. In terms of sound quality we refer you to the review of the Intel-Model.
Subjectively we could not detect any differences. The crucial advantage of the AMD version lies is, surprise, longer battery runtimes in low-load scenarios, precisely for which the Edge 11 was especially developed. Both machines use a 57 watt hour lithium-ion battery. Under lower workloads, such as when reading a text with minimum brightness, energy savings profile and consumers turned off, the BatteryEater Reader's Test shows almost six and a half hours.
With that the tester held up more than an hour longer than its Intel colleague. In practical use one can research for around five and a quarter hours via WLAN. That is also around an hour more than the Intel pendant. Only under heavy loading of the components, which is simulated for us by the Battery Eater Classic Test , with maximum display brightness, high-performance profile and wireless modules turned on, the situation is reversed. Here the AMD module can only boast two hours and 21 minutes of network dependant time.
But the Intel version doesn't hold out much longer at 2 hours and 27 minutes. In terms of current consumption, there is an improvement almost all around in comparison to the Edge 11 with an AMD basis. Plus points are the low values on standby and when turned off.
The power adaptor is more than adequatly dimensioned with 65 watts and thus doesn't get too warm. Whether one now decides to go for a Thinkpad Edge 11 with Intel or AMD internals is more or less a matter of taste as far as performance goes. Both, and there is no doubt about this, are designed for a lower level of load, such as for Internet and Office application s. Both graphic chips can take the burden off the processor for decoding HD content.
While the Intel version performs better in all of the CPU tests, it depends on the particular test which one comes up with better graphics performance - with a slight advantage going to the Intel configuration in the 3DMarks. There are hardly any changes in terms of emissions , temperature and system noise. The AMD machine remains somewhat quieter under heavy loading but on the flip side does get a slightly warmer. On the flip side, both can be worked on comfortable when dealing with modestly demanding application, for which both machines were developed.
The clear advantage of the AMD version is its longer battery runtimes under a minimal work load. Depending on the scenario, the AMD model can run up to more than an hour longer than its Intel counterpart. Whether the Lenovo Thinkpad Edge 11 with its non-anti-glare display is actually the ideal travel companion for business use remains doubtful. A matte display should actually be obligatory for a pro-machine.
Missing from the communication features of the AMD tester is a broadband modem such as that built into its Intel pendant. In terms of the interface equipment , both machines are otherwise equal. Lenovo skimped on the docking port, which is in fact a 'must-have' for business machines, but one can resort to among other things a USB docking solution. Lefties are clearly at a disadvantage to right-handers in terms of the interface arrangement.
The verdict remains: The compact incher is suited for mobile communication via computer networks, Internet and Office. A 3G module would have to be retrofitted as needed to the configuration reviewed here. In terms of performance, the Edge 11 has an edge in some respects over current netbooks and makes a good case for its higher price. The price advantage of the AMD version compared to the Intel version could certainly be the pivotal factor in giving it the thumbs up when making a buying decision, it is after all already available starting at Euro from various online dealers.
What we liked Useful application performance, high display resolution and extensive communications equipment in a mini-laptop in notebook format. What we missed A stand-alone docking port is a must-have for any business device. What surprised us A mirror screen in a mobile travel companion for business use? The competition We recently tested the Intel version of the Edge Intel black vs.
AMD red. Input Devices. Gossen Mavo-Monitor. Overcast day: Frontal. Overcast day: Side. Viewing angle of the Lenovo Thinkpad Edge 11 G. Calculations per second. Memory RAM. Memory operations per second. Desktop performance for Windows Aero. Gaming graphics. Primary hard disk. Disk data transfer rate.
Cinebench R10 Rendering Single 32Bit. PCMark Vantage Result. HD Tune. Transfer Rate Minimum: Transfer Rate Average: Access Time: Burst Rate: System Noise Compared to the Intel-Version , the different hardware equipment has hardly any impact on volume.
Noise Level Idle. Power Supply max. Loudspeakers In terms of sound quality we refer you to the review of the Intel-Model. Battery Life. Readers Test. Classic Test. Key: min: , med: , max: Voltcraft VC Plus Currently we use the Metrahit Energy, a professional single phase power quality and energy measurement digital multimeter, for our measurements. Find out more about it here.
All of our test methods can be found here. Please share our article, every link counts! In review: Lenovo Thinkpad Edge 11 G, available from:. Hitachi Travelstar 5K Lenovo homepage Lenovo notebook section. Our AMD tester with a red glossy cover. The selling point for the AMD version: longer battery life at low utilization. A gap above the keyboard stays when there's no battery.
Overall, the Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 11 is a decent notebook that just works. It's great for surfing the Net, getting work done and playing light games. Detailed review of the Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 11 (D) (AMD Athlon II Neo K, ATI Radeon HD , ", kg) with numerous. The ThinkPad Edge 11" measures cm wide by cm deep (with a 6-cell battery) by cm thick. It's light enough to carry almost.