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The Edge 330 is one of Lenovo's entry-level subnotebooks intended for small businesses and consumers.
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|Name||Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E330 (model 3354-ALG)|
|Processor||Intel Core i3-3110M (2.40 GHz)|
|Screen||13.3” 1366×768, LED backlight|
|RAM||4 GB DDR3 (1600 MHz)|
|HDD||Seagate ST320LT007-9ZV14, 320 GB (7200 rpm)|
|Graphics||Intel HD Graphics 4000|
|Network||Realtek RTL8111/8168B, Intel Centrino Wireless-N 2230, 802.11bgn, Bluetooth 4.0|
12.10 and 13.04 stand for the respective Ubuntu version.
|Graphics Chip||Yes||Unity & Compiz work smoothly with the kernel built-in drivers.|
|HDMI Port||Yes||Video + sound.|
|Microphone Jack||Not Tested||Combined mic/headphone jack.|
|Bluetooth||Yes||Test method: pairing to an Android phone and sending a file.|
|Webcam||Yes||Only briefly tested with Cheese on 12.10, webcam 'works' (i.e. shows picture) but recording crashes Cheese immediately. Possibly only a software issue; more thorough testing needed.|
|Touch Pad||Yes||Edge & two-finger scrolling as well as all keys and tapping work.|
|Special keys||Yes||Volume/brightness/WLAN/display/media keys work. Fn-key behaviour can be changed directly from BIOS.|
|Suspend/Resume||Yes||GUI-way and closing the lid both work / 12.10 & 13.04|
|Hibernate||Yes||12.10 & 13.04|
BIOS version: H3ET65WW (1.02), date 2012-09-12
Only bigger “issue” is that since the DVMT (dynamic video memory technology) is apparently not supported in Ubuntu or in Linux in general (?), the integrated graphics takes about half of the 4 GB ram as the Lenovo BIOS has no settings for DVMT. In practice this causes a lot of swapping, as the RAM gets full so easily. Solution: RAM upgrade.
Out-of-the-box experience has been very good on Ubuntu 12.10 and on 13.04.