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Tuesday, September 26, 2006
For many including yours truly, IBM ThinkPad is the preferred laptop. For business people, IBM ThinkPads have been the gold-standard for laptop reliability, performance, and durability. Geeks may express a preference for other hot shot brands. In the Lenovo world, I must agree that ThinkPad is maintaining its brand name through new rollouts – in fact the transition towards Lenovo appeared almost to be faultless.
“ThinkPad for example is a simple black box when closed. The Lenovo 3000 series also has a unique profile and unified form when closed. Many competitors notebooks appear to have been designed in a very different way. It seems like the display department designs the top, the CPU department designs the bottom, and they meet for the first time in the hinge department. Can you imagine designing a car like this? It would be a disjointed mess”.
Lenovo 3000 seems to have married ThinkPad quality & sleek design and is all set to be well received in the marketplace.
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