Lenovo ThinkPad tablets and ThinkPad laptops
have made prominent position in the world of tech, which is changing enormously – the first Lenovo ThinkPad was launched in late 2005 and now ThinkPad tablets and laptops have a huge impact in market share and Lenovo is considered among the market leaders in computer making. Owing to its great reliability and consistency the ThinkPad stand unique among the crowd of commercial computers and it is the only commercial computer certified to be used in the International Space Institution situated in America.
Lenovo X series got great response from the users. ThinkPad X series includes many unique models but the most popular are Lenovo ThinkPad x220 convertible tablet PC, the ThinkPad x120e. What the X series offers is a great look allied with light weight portability. It also uses the inimitable island like keyboard which has been appreciated by most users. Additionally, the X series uses lower voltage and a better display option. This makes use of less battery power by its central processing unit.
Taking the example of the X120e, which was a portable model, it came in black white and red. Furthermore, it gave the option of HDMI to its users and the AMD fusion was also installed in it. This model also used an Accelerated processing unit which was a new discovery at its time. Coupled with a DDR ram going up to four gigabytes and a processor of 1333 megahertz made it a very attractive offer. Similarly, the X60 used Intel chips which gave it better core strength. At its time it had one of the best battery timings ranging from about seven hours to fifteen hours which made many companies benchmark this model for their products. To increase its aesthetic beauty, it was launched in a hand stitched leather coverings which were new at its time. Its warranty was also given at three years which gave its customers increased reliability.
Coming to the T series, it also won many customers’ hearts. Firstly, the Lenovo ThinkPad t420 and the ThinkPad t400 had a classical look and used magnesium alloy keyboards. These came in afourteen or fifteen inch screen with lighter and thinner display screens. Even its logos advertised that people will have to “think light” to picture this new product.
On the other hand Lenovo has also launched a Lenovo idea pad which was due to be released late in January 2008. Its features were defined at being widescreen and having facial recognition software. It also included three of the top models i.e. Y710, U110 and the most popular Y510. Lastly, the Dolby speaker which was installed in it gave it a great appeal and most candidates fell for it. Many users commented on its smooth feel under their fingers and how they felt being in control of the machine.
In conclusion, ThinkPad tablets have never failed to amaze their customers. They have fabricated a range of products which have made people think and wander in astonishment and bewilderment that what would be next. The think pad really is changing how the world works.