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Extremely Fast Performance, Very Sturdy And Reliable Design, Optional BuiltIn Color Calibration And Wacom Tablet
Very Expensive, Best Features Are Costly Options, Very Large And Heavy Power Adapter
By NotebookCheck on September 01, 2010
The biggest Thinkpad is initially convincing through its low system noise, the grandiose equipment and the good performance capability not only in professional applications. The interfaces provide good performance and are also positioned practically....
By ZDNet UK on June 01, 2010
The ThinkPad W701 is an extremely well-specified and fast mobile workstation, although disk performance on our review system was slightly disappointing. It's also extremely bulky, heavy and expensive. But if you need a transportable system that can...
By TechRadar on May 30, 2010
As well as featuring laptops and netbooks within its ThinkPad range, Lenovo also manufactures mobile workstations. Aimed at professionals, these machines employ only the latest components to enable you to carry out pretty much any task, regardless how...
By LaptopZ on April 26, 2010
Lenovo has launched Lenovo ThinkPad X201 in other day, Lenovo ThinkPad W701 /W701ds are launched too. Both Lenovo ThinkPad W701 and ThinkPad W701ds are equipped with an Intel Core i7 processor to 2.0GHz (with Intel Turbo Boost and Intel...
By About.com on January 01, 2010
Pros: Extremely Fast Performance, Very Sturdy And Reliable Design, Optional BuiltIn Color Calibration And Wacom Tablet
Cons: Very Expensive, Best Features Are Costly Options, Very Large And Heavy Power Adapter
By NotebookCheck IT on September 10, 2010
Da Aprile di quest'anno Lenovo ha iniziato ad offrire la rinnovata serie W701, che ha preso il posto della ben nota serie W700, della quale abbiamo già offerto un'estensiva recensione. Nonostante non ci sia stato praticamente nessun...
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