Lenovo ThinkPad W700 and W700ds Video Review and Gallery

January 29, 2009

The Lenovo ThinkPad W700 has become the Workstation of choice for Professional Photographers, Graphic Artists and Engineers since it’s introduction in the the middle of 2008.

When we wrote our first ThinkPad W700 Review back then it was difficult to comprehend the sheer power of ‘The Beast’ as its been nicknamed by Lenovo.

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There really are not enough superlatives to do this fabulous Notebook justice.

But not content to rest on their laurels, Lenovo surpassed themselves with the introduction of ThinkPad W700ds which online viagra offers a 10″ slide out screen to the right hand side of the main screen giving 39% more screen space to work with. The work area and Wacom Digitizer can

both be configured to treat this extra screen real estate as either one or

two separate work areas.

Rather than write another ThinkPad W700 Review just to cover the W700ds we thought that you would enjoy these new Lenovo Videos that feature a full ThinkPad W700 Video Review and also review the superb W700 Dual Screen capabilities, the integrated Wacom Digitizer and the W700 Pantone Color Calibration features.

ThinkPad W700 and W700ds Video Review

ThinkPad W700 Dual Screen Video Review

ThinkPad W700 Wacom Digitizer Video Review

ThinkPad W700 Pantone Color Calibration Video Review

Lenovo ThinkPad W700 and W700ds Gallery



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