It weighs a hefty 11 pounds and pricing starts from $3,600, but this notebook certainly packs a plenty of power under the hood. There’s a choice of Intel’s Core 2 Quad processors, together with an Nvidia Quadro FX 3700M GPU that gives the power of CUDA parallel processing, a Blu-ray drive, up to 8GB of RAM and up to 960GB of SSD or standard hard-drive based storage in an optional RAID array.
It also features a built-in WACOM digitizer in the palm rest like its single screen sibling, the W700, and a full-size keyboard with a numeric keypad included. Lenovo expect the ThinkPad W700ds to begin shipping in January 2009.
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