The reason I asked is I turned one back in to the office for simple reasons. The keyboard with it's re-arranged control key and that I have to press the FNKEY to get a Home, End key. That and the rubber stopper they put in the palm rest area (hint: it should be on the laptop lid out of the way.)
For me, the Lenovo was a fine built machine with flaws I can't stand.
This leaves us to the Toughbook. Its about that only DURABLE laptop made that won't break the bank.
I need to buy a new laptop because the current one broke down due to excessive overheating, and I need advice on what to get. I use my laptop as a workstation, +8 hours a day. I need a powerful machine, as I use a virtualized Windows (with CPU-consuming CAT tools) on Linux (Ubuntu) for my job. I also need it to be light - I have a rheumatic disease and I cannot carry a lot of weight when travelling. I was thinking of a 13 inch screen, and 4.5 lb. maximum weight (less, if possible).
I've been browsing around but Are the Lenovo ThinkPads a good option? What do you recommend?
Thanks a lot in advance.