June 28, 2009

Thin and Light Lenovo ThinkPad T400s to hit the market for $1599

For economic slowdown, most of the business stream has been followed slowly. And the consumers are focusing them to buy low priced Laptop PC instead but high configured. The laptop computer producers also have included the theme when they are introducing new products in the market at this moment. The researchers explained that the use of PC has been decreased but use Notebook increased a little bit this year, mostly cheap notebooks.

Recently, Lenovo has bought out a new notebook in its T-series ThinkPad line. Lenovo brought out X300 Laptop at the third quarter of last year and it was priced very high and may not support well from the consumers. Before lunching the new Lenovo ThinkPad Laptops T400s, they reminded it.


The idea behind the T400s is to take some of the concepts from the X300 and meld them with ideas from the company's mainstream T Series computers. It was the brainchild of David Critchley, the T Series brand manager. He saw the opportunity to blend features of the X300 with those of the company's very popular T400 line of laptops. Engineers took the lessons they had learned in flattening out the X300 to about 3/4 inches thick and applied them to the T400s.

Lenovo ThinkPad T400s in the next version of T400 but 20 time faster than the pervious one. It is thicker and lighter than the previous version. The price will cheaper and fixed at $1599.

Important configurations of Lenovo ThinkPad T400s:

Lenovo ThinkPad T400s is powered by Core 2 Duo Processor with 2.5GHz clock speed. To boost working speed and has been added 2GB, DDR2 RAM 800MHz instead of DD3. To get outstanding graphics support with GMA 4500MHD, it will be supported with Mobile Intel GM45 Express chipset. The storage drive has 128GB capacity with SSD technology. The 14.1 inches widescreen display will be powered with LED-backlit screen. The 6-cell battery will support you 6 working hours.

Source: Pcworld