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Lenovo ThinkPad laptops

Mark Peters
CES report
Monday 11th, January 2010
Posted by: Mark Peters

Lenovo announce four new ThinkPad PCs - the T410s, T410 and T510 laptops and W510 mobile workstation - to bring higher levels of performance and productivity to business users. The new laptops are based on upcoming Intel Core dual-core processors and equip users with faster multi-tasking performance, more energy efficient performance and greater manageability for IT departments. Beyond powerful processing performance improvements, the new laptops extend individual productivity with never before seen ThinkPad 22 hour battery life on select models, more multitouch screen options and a single wireless broadband solution with the Qualcomm Gobi 2000 module.

Lenovo ThinkPad laptops

Lenovo ThinkPad laptops for business users
“ThinkPad laptops are built for business with the performance, portability and wireless capabilities users need and the manageability, reliability and durability IT departments require,” said Peter Hortensius, senior vice president, ThinkPad Business Unit, Lenovo. “These latest enhancements in processing speed, battery life and wireless technologies help users work faster, longer and smarter.”

Lenovo ThinkPad laptops offers a thin and light design
The Lenovo T410s provides a thin and light design with full performance for extremely mobile users, while the Lenovo T410 and Lenovo T510 are designed for full performance for mainstream business users. The high performance Lenovo W510 mobile workstation fits the needs of professionals in data and graphics-demanding fields like oil and gas, computer aided design and photography.

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Lenovo ThinkPad laptops

Lenovo laptops incorporate Intel Core processors
The new PCs offer maximum processing performance with a selection of new upcoming Intel Core processors. Combined with upcoming Intel Core vPro technology and Lenovo’s ThinkVantage Technologies’ manageability features, IT departments can remotely manage their PC fleet and deploy power settings, Internet connection profiles and more. Additionally, Intel Turbo Boost Technology on the Lenovo W510 and T Series laptops automatically and intelligently accelerates performance, dynamically adjusting to the workload to give business users an immediate performance boost when needed.

Lenovo ThinkPad W510 laptop
The new Lenovo W510 Thinkpad laptop brings mobile workstation performance to a higher level. More powerful than before, the W510 can now support up to 16 GB of memory and quad core processors. The W510 has four memory slots for up to 16GB of high performance 1333 MHz DDR3 memory. It also offers Nvidia’s 1GB GPU and the latest Intel Core i7 processors. As the first ThinkPad to offer USB 3.0, users can transfer data quickly reaching speeds up to 10x the performance over USB 2.0.

Lenovo ThinkPad laptops

Lenovo ThinkPad T410s laptop
The Lenovo T410s now comes with Nvidia switchable graphics with 512 MB of VRAM so users can balance a visually-intense graphics experience with energy efficiency and battery life. The laptops are also certified under Lenovo’s Enhanced Experience program for Windows 7. This means they start up significantly faster than identical configuration, non-optimized PCs. For example, on select Think PCs, Windows 7 starts up to 56 percent faster compared to running Windows XP or Vista and shuts down in as little as five seconds. For added convenience, a powered USB port comes on all the new PCs and can be used to charge MP3 players, phones and other devices when the PC is on, on standby or off (if plugged in).

Lenovo laptops feature a multi-finger touch screen
The Lenovo W510 Thinkpad laptop gives users a new kind of power - the power of touch - for a new way to work with an optional multi-finger touch screen. Lenovo includes the SimpleTap application to help make navigating the touchscreen simple. The Lenovo W510 also has added an optional color calibrator, first debuted in the ThinkPad W700 mobile workstation, to help ensure the most accurate colors on its high gamut full high definition screen. The new laptops also improve the typing experience with larger Escape and Delete keys. Since Lenovo found users hit the Delete and Escape keys up to 700 times a week on average, the sizes of these keys have been increased starting with the Lenovo T400s laptop.

Lenovo ThinkPad laptops

Lenovo ThinkPad laptop prices & availability
To extend the workday even longer without plugging in, Lenovo offers a new nine cell slice battery on the T410, T510 and W510 laptops for up to 22 hours of battery life. The laptops also offer optional 3G connectivity leveraging EV-DO and HSPA wireless networks with Qualcomm Gobi 2000 technology. This module allows businesses to standardize on a single hardware platform that can be deployed globally and accommodate multiple carriers to simplify international deployments. The Lenovo ThinkPad T410s, T410, T510 and W510 laptops are available beginning January 7 through business partners and the website of Lenovo. Pricing for models starts approximately at $1,399 for the T410s, $999 for the T410 and T510 and $1,599 for the W510.

Lenovo ThinkPad laptops

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