02-27-2009 11:45 AM
I bought mine without ever seeing one because:
a. It is solid and has a reputation for physical durability
b. It has an ATI graphics card (3650) that is powerfull and non defective. (See 8000 series nvidea)
c. It runs really cool.. (Switchable graphics helps.)
d. Out side of lapto doesnt collect fingerprints. (Rubberized finnish also keeps it secure in your hands.)
e. Screen doesnt collect fingerprints
f. Price is right. (1/2 the price of a mac book pro.)
g. Best keyboard out there
02-27-2009 01:20 PM
joer80, good question,
when I bought my first ThinkPad, my T23, it was because I had been using an 600 at work which was such an impressive machine it left me with little other choice for similar reasons you state. Just plain impressive.
14" SXGA+, PIII 1,13 GHz, 128MB RAM 48GB HDD (5400 RPM) WOW!, and wait for it; Wireless 802.11b.
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03-07-2009 11:22 PM
Simply irresistable phenomena.....
I have used Acer, Dell & Compaq.....
I would say I don't "like" lenovo.... Infact I adore Lenovo.
Yes. I agree margin of error is there in Lenovo. But its every where in other brands too.
Cupid arrow was fired after seeing the simplicity of Lenovo ThinkPad.... Not too much glittering & showbiz like other brands.
Tough built, black color & decent manufacturing.