The Lenovo ThinkPad T410s: Breaking Barriers
The notebook industry is becoming harder and harder to compete in. With the advent of new technology introduced in laptops by top manufacturers such as Dell, HP, and Sony, it can be difficult for any new notebook to stand out amongst the crowd. However, the new The Lenovo ThinkPad T410s has given us something to drool over. The features offered in this ThinkPad are crammed to the top. Let’s take a quick look off the top at the important specs of this new ThinkPad.
Weighing in at 3.89 lbs, the Lenovo ThinkPad T410s comes with Windows 7 Professional. The processor is an Intel Core i5 520M running at 2.4 GHz with a 3MB cache. That is enough for all your computing needs and can even extend to designing. The Matte finish LED backlit screen is to die for. It is 1440 x 900 WXGA and can leave a user glued to the screen for hours staring at its beauty. There is no lag in graphics either because the ThinkPad offers Intel GMA HD Integrated Graphics that can fulfill all your media needs.
There are 2 DDR3 RAM slots which are equipped with a total of 4GB RAM. For storage space, users have a 250GB Toshiba 1.8” Hard Drive. Of course the ThinkPad comes with a DVD+/-RW and is equipped with Bluetooth (Intel 6200AGN). You can communicate with all your friends and family members by using the built in camera that can be sustained for a long duration thanks to the 6-cell battery (11.1 44Wh).
The Lenovo ThinkPad T410s is similar to the T-series ThinkPad but it seems like it’s lost a lot of weight. The ThinkPad is slimmer and has a thick port layout. The screen cover is nearly half as thick as compared to the previous models. The ThinkPad T410 and T410s both have the same newer keyboard design and the touchpad remains the same. The only visible difference between the two models is the fingerprint scanner which is now located under the direction keys on the new ThinkPad T410S.
The battery placed in the new ThinkPad is much smaller because it is mounted flush into the body of the ThinkPad. This can prove to be a disadvantage because it limits the total capacity of the battery. Those who are looking for an extended battery life, they can get the addition multi bay 3-cell battery from Smart Parts Lenovo laptop batteries shop.
The aesthetics are overall quite pleasing and the screen cover is quite beneficial when it comes to protecting the LCD and preventing the screen from distortion when pressure is applied behind the panel. The main body has very good build quality which is thanks to components like the battery, optical driver, and hard drive which add to the potency of the chassis.
The only setback is that the hard drive is limited when it comes to upgrading options. Due to the thinner chassis, Lenovo had to use a smaller hard drive. A consumer still has other options that are better than using the 1.8 inch model which is considerably slower than the existing 2.5 inch model.
Overall, the Lenovo ThinkPad T410s is a great buy. There are many other features that it offers to keep consumers happy. Keep visiting our website to read more weekly reviews of the new Lenovo ThinkPad and several other new gadgets.