Lenovo ThinkPad Laptop Computer Reviews

Lenovo ThinkPad

Lenovo ThinkPad – Review Models Here

The Lenovo ThinkPad is a popular ThinkPad from Lenovo because of its comfortable design and high level of performance for a notebook. The Lenovo ThinkPads all have dockings compatible with all of its older models; unfortunately, the feature was lost in the ThinkPad t400s. The Lenovo ThinkPad has a vibrant widescreen which doesn’t lose too much brightness even under sunlight as long as it’s at 100% power. The Lenovo ThinkPad t400 is also very lightweight; the company shaved off weight wherever it could without making the notebooks lose functionality. They also all tend to be very plain in appearance so that the company doesn’t have to pay extra for frills. There are several kinds of Lenovo ThinkPads, so choosing one is a matter of taste.

Lenovo ThinkPad t400 2767

The Lenovo ThinkPad t400 2767 is a light notebook with the ThinkPad’s customary thin and classic design. It runs Windows Vista Business on an Intel Duo Core processor and 160GB hard drive. This ThinkPad has a 14.1 inch screen which is smaller than other ThinkPads, but also makes the computer that much more portable. It has a very good battery life of over nine hours as long as you are careful about what you’re running. This is one of the cheaper ThinkPads at over $1600, but you get good value with high resolution, a good memory and a really good battery.

Lenovo ThinkPad t500

The Lenovo ThinkPad t500 is the newer 15.1 inch monitor ThinkPad. It has a redesigned keyboard that cuts down on the weight of the machine though this has made this ThinkPad lose its hard back edge for the keyboard which may or may not irritate users. Where the ThinkPad t500 shines above the others though is that it’s a notebook that gamers can use; it can play Bioshock for example and since it’s so portable, you can play games anywhere. However, it’s also a great notebook for other users too since it has good memory. Keep in mind though that the battery life is nothing special; only around six hours compared to the eight to ten of other ThinkPads; this is due to the larger screen, backlighting and the impressive graphics card.

Lenovo ThinkPad x200

The Lenovo ThinkPad x200 is the upgraded ThinkPad x61 and the cheaper, but still powerful version of the x300. This ThinkPad is unique in that it doesn’t have a touchpad, but TouchPoint instead which cuts down on the size of the computer, but takes some getting used to. It’s an ultra-slim notebook at under four pounds in weight even with a 9-cell battery installed. The x200 also has an Intel Duo Core processor and an incredible battery life of almost ten hours with the nine cell battery. However, the computer is still a powerhouse without sacrificing battery or even cooling abilities, which is something that will appeal to those who want more oomph with their computer.

Lenovo ThinkPad t61

The Lenovo ThinkPad t61 is a solid notebook geared towards professionals and traveling professionals. As such, and because it’s older too, it doesn’t have the same gimmicks and frills as other ThinkPads, but instead focuses on a solid design, solid specs, and longevity. The ThinkPad t61 has Windows Vista Business for an operating system on a 2GB-4GB of memory (you can customize) and an Intel Duo Core Processor. The ThinkPad doesn’t have the best graphics card, but as it’s geared mainly towards professionals, it doesn’t need one. It does have a shorter battery life of only around three hours maximum so you’ll want to be wary of that if you travel extensively.

Lenovo ThinkPad x300

The Lenovo ThinkPad x300 is the luxury class of business notebooks. It’s ultra thin and under an inch thick and packs a power punch, running Windows Vista Business with an incredibly fast boot up time (under thirty five seconds), a bright screen, an average battery life of three and a half hours, and powerful storage space for all of your files for your business. This being a high end business computer though, it packs a punch to your wallet; it starts at $2500 and can go as high as $3000 with customization. However, it’s well worth the price with so much power in a tiny elegant notebook that any business person would be proud to own.

Lenovo ThinkPad – Review Models Here

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