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It is too bad that the SL body is just plastic. Other than that, the SL seems to be a powerful machine!
Message Edited by LukeD on 07-15-2008 06:43 PM
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I own a T42 and an SL400, and the SL400 is every bit as stiff of a chassis when you pick it up by a corner as the T42 is. It may well be that the slightly thicker body of the SL400 (1/4" or so) allows lenovo to make a frame as stiff as the T42, I don't know. But it feels very solid to me.