Which is the best laptop for the job?

With a new generation of notebooks starting to come out, and some companies getting into the tablet game, the question of which notebook is best for the office remains hotly debated.

Here are some of the main contenders in our opinion, and we’ll try to give you a fair evaluation of both.1.

Lenovo ThinkPad Y510 — It has all the right specs and features for the workday.

The main selling point is its thin design that’s made of magnesium alloy and weighs just 0.34 pounds.

But the Y510 is also the first notebook to offer a pen and a touchscreen.

The notebook’s screen is a 4-inch 1080p display with touch support, and the keyboard is a large 13.3-inch, 1,366 x 768 IPS display with backlighting and a matte finish.

The keyboard also features a touch-sensitive trackpad, but it has a matte surface.

Its battery life is good, with a typical usage of 3 to 4 hours of web browsing.

Its keyboard and trackpad are also solid and are very responsive.

The Y510 has a 13.5-inch (1,366×768) IPS screen that has touch support.

It is powered by a 1.5GHz quad-core Intel Core i5-6600U processor, with 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, an integrated Nvidia GeForce GT 730M graphics chip and up to 256GB of expandable storage.

It comes with Windows 8.1 Pro.

The notebook comes with a 2-in-1 USB-C Type-C port and a headphone jack.

There’s a 1-megapixel camera and a 1,200mAh battery.

The Y510’s battery life can be extended to 9 hours, but Lenovo said that it’s not a long-term solution.

The laptop also supports a number of connectivity options including 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0.

It has a USB Type-A connector, but the notebook only supports HDMI 1.4 and HDMI 1,3.

It’s not compatible with the Thunderbolt 3 standard that’s being phased out by Dell.

The Lenovo Y510 comes with Microsoft Office and Windows 10 Home.

It also has a 2,300mAh battery that is rated for 15 hours of use.

The battery life on the Y505 is about the same as the Lenovo Y 510.

Lenovo Y510 laptop review: Best and worst of Lenovo ThinkPads The Y 510 comes with the same Core i7-6700U Intel Core I5-6500U chip as the Y 520 and the Y 510, but with an upgraded battery.

Lenovo also added a 128GB SSD and 4GB of DDR4 RAM.

The processor is clocked at 2.4GHz, but that’s lower than the Intel Core M CPUs in most notebooks, and there’s no Thunderbolt 3 support.

Lenovo says that it supports the latest 802.15.4 wireless standard and a USB-A port, but we’re not sure if it’s a good thing.

The display is also 1080p.

The battery life, battery life and screen are all very good on the Lenovo Thinkpad Y510.

However, the notebook’s keyboard and touchpad are not as responsive as those on the X230.

There is also a very small bezel on the keyboard, but not much else to complain about.

Lenovo recommends a 14.1-inch display for the Y520.

It costs $2,499, but is available at Best Buy and Amazon for $1,599.

The laptop also has some quirks.

Lenovo said the battery life will depend on the user, but if the battery is not used for long periods, it can run out of juice very quickly.

Lenovo’s battery tests are pretty comprehensive, but its tests include web browsing, video editing and gaming.

There are a lot of other things you can do to make the laptop last longer, but for the most part, the Y500’s battery lasts for about an hour and a half of video editing or about 30 minutes of gaming.

The 15.6-inch screen is also excellent, but can be a little distracting at times.

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