Lenovo ThinkPad E580 Overview
Lenovo ThinkPad E580 Drivers – The ThinkPad E580 is available in standard Lenovo black and in an impressive dark silver color. I really liked how the silver in our review unit moved not only to the top and the platform, but also to the touch panel, the power button and the fingerprint reader. The aluminum cap is a slightly darker and more attractive shade than the plastic body.
With 4.7 pounds and 14.5 x 9.9 x 0.8 inches, the ThinkPad E580 is not particularly thin and light, but I was able to load it in my backpack without my muscles hurting. Its weight is lighter than the 15-inch general-purpose laptops, such as the Acer Aspire E 15 E5-576G-5762 (4.9 lbs, 1.2 inch thick), but it is also a little heavier than the more expensive laptops like the Dell Latitude 5590 (4.14 pounds) and Lenovo’s own ThinkPad T580 (4.29 lbs). The fourteen-inch competitors, such as the Latitude 5490 (3.8 lbs, 0.8 inch thick) and ThinkPad T480 (3.6 lbs, 0.78 inch thick) are also much more portable.
Unlike the most expensive thinkpads, the E580 does not have to pass the MIL-SPEC durability tests, which involve surviving extreme temperatures, shocks and vibrations. However, the Lenovo website says that the laptop “is designed to last and proves its durability “.
Because it is made for small businesses, the E580 does not have an option for managing Intel VPro, something that only large corporations can want. However, it has DTPM encryption and an optional fingerprint reader.
The ThinkPad E580 starts at $699 for the black model and $749 for a silver version, but you get more than just an attractive painting job by the $50. The silver model comes standard with a 1080p display, while Black starts with a low-resolution panel of 1366 x 768 and Cobra $50 per upgrade. Both models come standard with an Intel Core i5-7200U CPU, but can pay only $15 to configure them with a new Core i5-8250U, which is twice as fast on some tasks.
Lenovo ThinkPad E580 Drivers – The 15-inch screen, 1920 x 1080 in our ThinkPad E580 was more than enough for productivity work, but soft colors and mediocre shine make it a weak option to watch movies. When I saw a trailer for Avengers: Infinity War, the colors like red in the Spider-Man costume and the purple on Thanos ‘ skin seemed flat, and sometimes it was difficult to distinguish all the details in dark scenes.
According to our colorimeter, the E580 can reproduce a modest 80 percent of the sRGB color gamut, which is well below the average of 110 percent of the premium laptop category, but is in line with the Lenovo ThinkPad T480 (77 percent) and is better than the L Latitude 5490 (65 percent).
The screen recorded only 243 nits in our light meter, which makes it significantly dimmer than the average of the category (292 nits), but only slightly behind the ThinkPad T480 (269 nits) and far ahead of the Latitude 5490 (178 nits). Perhaps because of its non-reflective screen, the E580 has decent viewing angles, with colors that fade slightly to more than 45 degrees left or right.
The ThinkPad E580 is also available with a low-resolution 1366 x 768 screen that is standard on the black model, but is not available in the silver version. We strongly recommend that you do not get a screen with this low amount of pixels, because you will have much less screen space to edit documents and you will see fewer rows and columns on the worksheets. It also costs only $50 to upgrade to the 1920 x 1080 panel.
Lenovo ThinkPad E580 Drivers – The ThinkPad E580 is one of the noisiest laptops I’ve tried in recent months. When I sat in the downstairs dining room, I went up the volume to the Max and played “Back in Black ” from AC/DC, my wife could hear the song clearly on the back of the second floor. The sound was just a little metallic, and I could hear some separation of sound between the percussion that came from one side and the voices of the other. This would be an excellent laptop to make presentations in a large conference room.
Even among the ThinkPads, who are famous for their industry-leading keyboards, the E580 writing experience stands out. Thanks to the highly sensitive keys, which have a deep travel of 1.78 millimeters and require 72 grams of force to press, the keyboard felt alive under my fingers.
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