The X250 is more of a side-grade for someone with a X220 in terms of performance, right?
What are the biggest improvements over the X220?
Curious because I bought a $1,200 X250 configuration for a bit under $800 (corporate discount) but I'm considering canceling it.
You have less max ram, but newer generation processor. 1080p screen vs the 720p screen on a x220. The main advantage aside from the screen is the improved integrated graphics.
The question is whether it is worth 4x the cost for those improvements to you even with your discount.
But the x220 has a decent IPS option and the keyboard is better.
oh shit, didn't know that the difference was that great guess Intel has come a long way since HD 3000
11e? You mean the X250? I can't say yet since I'm waiting to get an order confirmation from Lenovo but they have added back the trackpoint buttons and the screen can be a 1080p IPS. Keyboard flex seems to be a problem, unknown build quality compared to previous models I'm considering comparing the X250 to my X220 and X201
Macbooks. But that's not what you want to hear.
The X120e sucks. Even if you put a SSD in it it's still a dog.
not exactly shit tier but it's still the same resolution and all the LG produced panels have the ghosting effect where if you have something high contrast on screen for a few minutes and then switch to something dark grey you will see shadows of what was there before and they can stick around for up to a few minutes. Some of the Macbook Pros had this too.