Features of UK Used Lenovo Thinkpad L440 – N92,000
Intel core i5
Windows 10 operating system
Interestingly, the L440 models presently listed in German online shops are all based on Intel’s i5-4200M CPU. Its performance reserves are a bit lower, as can be read in the following sections.
Potential contenders are found among the entry-level business devices, for example from Dell, Fujitsu, and HP. Notebookcheck has previously reviewed Fujitsu’s LifeBook E743 and Dell’s Latitude 3440. Both are offered in various configurations, and are roughly within the same price range. HP positions its ProBook 640 G1 here, which we have not yet tested.
The casing of Lenovo’s ThinkPad L440 is made completely of matte-black plastic with a very finely roughened surface. This unfortunately also makes it look like “just” a solid work device, and does not convey the slightest hint of elegant design. The only eye-catcher is the ThinkPad logo on the lid’s back. The i’s dot lights up when the laptop is on, and blinks in energy-saving mode. Basically, the laptop’s entire appearance is simply typical ThinkPad.
Stable hinges keep the display in position, and the latter can be opened generously up to an angle of 180° to the back. Our review sample’s lid does not close quite flush with the base unit though. The screenshots clearly show how the gap gets bigger toward the front. This will likely not be disturbing because the plastic is pliable enough to not break. However, this should be mentioned considering the device’s price range. Except for this point, the other parts are well-manufactured.