Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds is the first dual-screen laptop we've reviewed till now. It is a very cool notebook, which is worth of tons of my good words. Here I will talk about it.
Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds was released in December, 2008. Now it has become one of the most popular Lenovo laptops. People are talking much about it. It is a 17-inch laptop with high quality processor. Because of the large screen, Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds could be an ideal desktop replacement.
There are 4 reasons to choose Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds:
- Handy secondary display
- Incredible power
- Integrated digitizer
- Good ergonomics
ThinkPad W700ds has the best components available, starting with a 2.53-GHz Intel Core 2 Extreme processor that has four independent processing cores, 6MB of L2 cache and 64-bit operations. There's also 4GB of memory, an 8X DVD burner and a pair of 250GB, 5,400-rpm hard drives that are set up to stripe data across the disks (higher-performance 7,200-rpm drives are also an option). Whether it's for working with a CAD file or making sense of a large Excel file, no notebook on sale today even comes close to this computational monster. No wonder so many people love it.
The most unique feature is ThinkPad W700ds has 2 screens. The secondary screen is of the same height as the main screen, but because it is stored in the lid behind the main screen, it rests about half an inch farther away from you; that distance was enough to throw off my perception of it as extra desktop.
ThinkPad W700ds Specs:
- CPU: 2.53-GHz Core 2 Quad Core Extreme QX9300
- RAM: 4GB
- Hard Drive: 320GB (dual 160GB)
- Display/Resolution: 17 inches/1920 x 1200; 10.6 inches/1208 x 768
- Size: 16.1 x 12.2 x 2.1 inches
- Weight: 11 pounds
ThinkPad W700ds Price: $4,500 (on Amazon)
Wow! What a luxury price! This is one of the most expensive laptops I ever seen. Not many people would like to pay that much money, except luxury guys.
So what do you think about Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds?