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- Spill and splash proof keyboard
- Drop tested to survive the classroom
- Reinforced ports and rubber bumper
The Lenovo ThinkPad X131e is ideal for those who need reliable notebooks at an affordable price. Designed to be tough to handle rough use of students, the laptop is strengthened with stronger hinges and hinge brackets, USB ports, DC-In port, and power adapter cable. Combined with faster processing powered from 2nd generation Intel® Core™ i3 processers and faster start-up and shutdown times, makes the Lenovo ThinkPad ideal for use in education.
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Had these laptops now for almost 4 years. Very reliable, batterys are still going after the numerous times they have been used. If I were to buy them again I would get wireless charging as standard as the lapbanks can look very messy with all the wires.
We have a number of these laptops in our school, and none of them (touch wood) have had any problems so far. Not even the usual problem of keys missing (usually the culprits initials). I come across a lot of the first edition RM ONEs and they all seem to be standing the tests of time too. So these are likely to be future proof too