Whether you’re running a spreadsheet, teleconferencing, managing files, or tackling other jobs, the Lenovo V14 laptop will handle your needs efficiently. Designed to keep you productive and your data secure, it’s a dependable everyday business partner. And its slimmer, smaller design – with narrower bezels – gives your business a sleek, professional face.
Design and construction
What does the chassis feel like? Well, plasticky, to be honest. This is completely normal, given the fact, it is entirely made out of plastic. It also has a woven-like texture finish both on the lid and on the base. However, we are quite happy with the quality of the build. Like the body, itself, barely bends when you twist it, and it almost doesn’t produce the weird squeaky sound. At the same time, this is not the smallest 14-inch laptop out there, as it has a 19.9mm profile and weighs 1.60kg.
Well, obviously some of Lenovo’s small-to-medium business laptops are overlaying each other. Today we are looking at another one of them. This time, it is a 14-incher which is unanimously named – the Lenovo V14. It is designed in a way that it both doesn’t cost a pretty penny, but also helps you en route to your business endeavors.
Further down, we can have a clear look at the keyboard. Although it lacks a backlight, it has a spill resistance, which makes it perfect for clumsy people like us. One should not miss the large keycaps, balanced tactile feedback, and decent key travel. Overall, a familiar package, from other Lenovo devices. However, the touchpad is really not a great device. It has a rather cheap feel to it and is also slow and uses ELAN drivers.
As of the ventilation, traditionally, it happens through the bottom plate, as the hot air escapes the chassis from in between the lid and the base. Facing downwards, you will also see the uninspiring speakers.