Classic TSeries keyboard, Lots of ports, including FireWire and eSATA.
Solid build and excellent keyboard. Good gaming and multimedia capabilities.
Best user experience in the business. Core i5 is a fast processor. 7,200rpm hard drive. Good graphics horsepower. Surplus of features. Big battery. Good battery life. Sturdy.
Snappy performance, multi-connectivity options, long battery life
Strong productivity, multimedia performance; excellent keyboard, touch pad; durability features; handy VoIP functionality
Blazing fast performance, Good keyboard, Accurate touchpad, Sleeker design, Fast boot time
LCD image quality subpar with video and games, Mediocre audio playback quality
Max RAM is currently 6 gigs, battery takes too long to charge.
Embedded mobile WiMax available only in certain areas, occasional dropped connections
Low-performing integrated graphics a strike against at this price; so-so battery life; bland styling
Mediocre video playback, Poor sound quality, Bottom gets warm
By StorageReview on February 07, 2011
As the first notebook we have had the chance to review here at StorageReview, the Lenovo ThinkPad T410 performed better than we could have expected. The system had no trouble keeping up with ordinary and extra-ordinary use, with the NVIDIA Optimus...-
By CRN on June 11, 2010
The Lenovo ThinkPad T410 is the first unit in the vaunted notebook lineup we've encountered that is built on Intel's Core i5, and the company has made sure that it has shipped ready to take advantage of every performance edge you'd want for...-
By PCWorld on May 12, 2010
The T410 retains the legendary keyboard feel of ThinkPads, but also remains somewhat pricey....70
By AnandTech on March 26, 2010
ThinkPad. The name ought to ring a bell. It's the quintessential business laptop that everyone has almost certainly seen, very likely used, and possibly owned during the past decade. Originally an IBM product, the ThinkPad line was sold off to...-
By Hardware Central on March 11, 2010
As notebook computers go, the ThinkPad T410 is bread and butter. It's the company's mainstream 14.1-inch business laptop, sibling to the 15.6-inch model T510, smack in the middle of Lenovo's product line. But you know how, when you go to a...87
By HotHardware on March 10, 2010
In our SiSoftware Sandra tests, the ThinkPad T410 didn't overly impress us though it held its own. But in the gaming tests and PCMark/3DMark 06 tests, the machine definitely performed better than expected. Keeping in mind that this is a business...-
By Geek.com on March 04, 2010
The T series is back for 2010 with a Core i5 refresh. Moving from the T400 to the T410 (and T500 to T510) might not seem like big news compared to the launch of the Edge series or the release of the AMD-powered X100e, but the T series marks the...-
By MobileTechReview on March 01, 2010
The new Intel Core i5 processors are serious performers making the Lenovo ThinkPad T410 a fast notebook. The T410 is speedy at productivity tasks and shows drastic gaming performance improvements compared to the outgoing T400. The display is super...80
By PC Mag on February 09, 2010
The Lenovo ThinkPad T410 has all the essential features to prevent your company from experiencing downtime, including solid performance and good battery...80
By Business Week on February 08, 2010
A versatile new Intel Nehalem-based laptop that delivers at home and at...90