October 24, 2012

Review Lenovo Thinkpad T410

The T410 has been designed for the use in a low load range with typical tasks like office Lenovo ThinkPad R32 battery or internet applications . The use of Optimus technology helps achieving longer battery runtimes. Otherwise, not much has changed in terms of performance features in comparison to its predecessor. Lenovo uses the upgrade and installs a somewhat brighter display.

Lenovo ThinkPad T410

Quick Specifications

Processor: Intel Core i5 i5-520M / 2.4 GHz ( Dual-Core )
Memory: 2 GB / 8 GB (max)
Hard Drive: 320 GB - Serial ATA-300 - 7200 rpm
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 7 Professional
Display Type: 14.1 in TFT active matrix
Max Resolution: 1280 x 800 ( WXGA )
Graphics Processor: PCI Express x16 - NVIDIA NVS 3100M
Optical Drive: Plug-in module DVD-Writer

Having put the latest ThinkPad T410 through its paces, we're hardly surprised by most of the results. ThinkPad has always been renowned for their build quality Lenovo Thinkpad SL500 adapter and durability, and the T410 is no exception. It may not look as stylish as other laptops (depending on your definition of style), but no business user would ever feel bad about carrying around a modern ThinkPad. If you're in the market for a business notebook (or if you run an IT department), you'd be remiss to skip the ThinkPad without at least testing a unit.

The display components have a good torsional stiffness and pressure resistance, even if the display lid unlikely will reach the T400's qualities. It twists a bit when it's picked up at a corner and image distortions turn up on the enabled screen, as well. The hinges yield first before image changes can evolve Lenovo ThinkPad R32 battery under selective pressure. Image falsifications can also be noticed by moderate retention and medium pressure. Additionally, the display bezel yields considerably under pressure, whereas image deviations also become visible.

In regards to viewing angles, the T410 doesn't differ from the reviewed predecessor and thus doesn't really stand out from the majority of laptop competition. Subjectively, the work area can be called wide on the horizontal plane. In return, slightest deviations Lenovo ThinkPad R32 adapter from the ideal, perpendicular viewing angle lead to image changes, perceived as dimming, respectively bleaching and consequently to color misrepresentations.

The update from the T400 to the T410 was more significant than it might have seemed at first glance. In addition to the move to Core i5 (a significant step on its own), the system got a revised chassis, more external ports, an improved trackpad, and more. It probably isn’t enough to have T400 owners giving their computers away but it’s a significant change, especially for people running Vista machines.

Overall, the ThinkPad T410 is certainly an excellent business mobile platform that balances size and performance. The excellent Lenovo ThinkPad R50 adapter Lenovo keyboards and trackpads make it a joy to work on and the long battery life and strong performance are all great features. Of course, the ThinkPad brand does carry a price premium but it is well worth it for many business users.

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