Lenovo ThinkPad W701ds.
I'm a tech geek. I have seen dual screens laptops, touch screens, multi-touch touchpads, trackpoints, small screens, big screens, durable frames, and hardcore specs. I have seen all of those parts in different laptops, but I have never seen them on a single system... until now. The system on the image above is the Lenovo Thinkpad W701ds. The most hardcore "portable" workstation.
Oldish commercial, specs have been improved now.
- Core i Series CPUs (Up to Core i7-920XM which has 8M Cache, 2.00Ghz)
- Nvidia Quadro FX graphics (Up to FX 3800M 128-core CUDA with 1GB dedicated)
- Dual screens - 17 and 10.6 inch screens
- Up to 16GB RAM PC3-10600 at 1333Mhz (4 DIMM)
- 5 USB Ports (1 USB 3.0, 4 USB 2.0)
- Display Port, DVI and VGA to connect more displays
- 120mm x 80mm Wacom® palm-rest digitizer and pen
- Ultranav + Number Pad + Fingerprint Reader + X-Rite Pantone Color Sensor + Wacom Digitizer w/Stylus
- 2MP Web Camera
- Dual drives (160 GB SSD main and 128GB SSD secondary)
- Multi Recorder Optical Drive
- Express Card Slot (34mm) + Compact Flash
- 9 Cell Battery
- Bluetooth w/ antenna
- Intel Centrino Advanced-N + WiMax 6250
- Thinkpad W700 Mini Dock 2.0
- 6.97 pounds
Uses for this system?
You can have this awesomely powerful system that can replace all alien technology for the low price of $5,823! That is if you add the SSDs and the other bells and whistles. The base W701ds goes for $3,299. Well that's quite a bit... maybe in another five years the price will be closer to my budget of $1000 to $2000 max. As of right now my 12 inch Lenovo X201 tablet is doing almost everything that I need and it's a heck of a lot cheaper and portable.
Walkthrough by Lenovo