Edge series specific matters only
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I was just looking at the E570 on the Lenovo UK website. This looks a decent entry level business machine and the ability to run from the SSD (and also have a separate hard drive if required) apparently leads to really good performance - there are some excellent performance reviews.
I was trying to advise on possible laptops and the E570 seemed an option. It has other great features like the Full HD IPS screen.
I was asked about docking. There appear to be no docks (apart from USB docks) available. The previous E series models could be docked with the OneLink dock, but this no longer appears an option with the latest E series models. Anyone know why? I did hear of problems with the Onelink dock, so maybe this option is dropped. I've seen one in operation and it seemed quite a good facility.
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OneLink docking was dropped, because it is being replaced with Thunderbolt 3 and USB Type C docks.
E470 and E570 only feature USB Type C in certain configurations.
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