Lenovo Dual Screen Laptop

The Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds is a rather unique product, targeted squarely at mobile professionals who require the power, features, and performance of workstation-class machine on the go. We previously evaluated the standard ThinkPad W700 and praised the system for its performance and stand-out integrated features, like a Wacom Digitizer Tablet and X-Rite Color Calibrator. The ThinkPad W700ds takes all of the features offered by the W700 and ads a secondary, slide-out display, which increases monitor real-estate by 39%.

Gigs of everything too. Linux plays well with Lenovo laptops, even if Lenovo (as a company) does not always play well with Linux.

Comments

  1. #1 Bruce
    March 2, 2009

    Have you seen this ad for it?
    http://blogs.zdnet.com/gadgetreviews/?p=842

  2. #2 dreikin
    March 2, 2009

    Nice – except that left-handers will find it’s usefulness a bit reduced. The digitizer is right-hand only (if you use your left, you’ll have to reach awkwardly across, and find a way to turn off the trackpad when you’re not using it)

  3. #3 Greg Laden
    March 2, 2009

    Or a lefty could set up the computer backwards, facing a mirror, and use software to reverse all the text….

  4. #4 dreikin
    March 2, 2009

    True! Or, you know, buy an Intuos tablet* from Wacom (which is ambidextrously designed) and keep their current computer/laptop.

    They’re quite fun, although getting them to work with the Gimp can be tricky at times.

    *Better yet, but pricier, one of the cintiq designs.

  5. #5 turjo
    March 31, 2009

    Lenovo Laptop price is not high in Bangladesh. You can see latest market price from
    http://technologybangladesh.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=section&id=4&Itemid=32

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