1Lenovo ThinkPad T400s Laptop Offers Lightweight Computing for Business Users
By Scott Ferguson
2The Lenovo ThinkPad T400s Laptop
Lenovo released the ThinkPad T400s laptop June 23. This latest ThinkPad notebook weighs about 3.9 pounds and measures 0.83 inches thick.
3The Lenovo ThinkPad T400s
The ThinkPad T400s starts at $1,599, which places the notebook in the same price range as many of Lenovos other enterprise laptops.
4The Thin-and-Light ThinkPad T400s
The ThinkPad T400s uses the same carbon fiber technology found in Lenovos high-end ThinkPad X300, which makes this new notebook light and a solid travel companion for road warriors and others on-the-go.
5Data Storage and the ThinkPad T400s
In addition to a traditional hard disk drive, Lenovo is including a solid state drive option with the ThinkPad T400s. A user can select a SSD that can hold between 64GB and 265GB of data. The T400s also offers up to 4GB of DDR3 main memory.
6The T400s Compared to the X300
A side-by-side comparison between the ThinkPad T400s (right) and the ThinkPad X300 (left). The T400s is almost as thin as the X300 but uses a larger 14.1-inch screen.
7The T400s and the X300
Another comparison between the ThinkPad X300 (left) and the ThinkPad T400s (right). The T400s is running a beta version of Windows 7 in this picture.
8The ThinkPad T400 versus the T400s
A comparison between the standard ThinkPad T400 laptop (left) and the slimmer ThinkPad T400s notebook (right).
9The ThinkPad T400 and the T400s
Another comparison between the ThinkPad T400 (left) and the T400s (right).
10The ThinkPad T400s
A look at the back side of the ThinkPad T400s, which includes support for an eSATA port.
11The ThinkPad T400s on the Road
In addition to support for 802.11 b/g and draft-n wireless technologies, the ThinkPad T400s support both WiMax and WWAN.