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    News - Lenovo unveils redesigned ThinkPad Edge

    Slimmer, sleeker ThinkPad breaks cover with second-generation Intel Core processors.
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    Re: News - Lenovo unveils redesigned ThinkPad Edge

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    Re: News - Lenovo unveils redesigned ThinkPad Edge

    What's an infinity display when it's at home?

    Also lols at above

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    Re: News - Lenovo unveils redesigned ThinkPad Edge

    Quote Originally Posted by miniyazz View Post
    What's an infinity display when it's at home?

    Also lols at above
    If it's the same meaning as HP's Infinity Display, HP Infinity screen comparison @ NotebookReview.

    The soft-touch matte-black is hopefully the same as older IBM ThinkPads.

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    Re: News - Lenovo unveils redesigned ThinkPad Edge

    I am still using my IBM Thinkpad T43 and its fantastic, if i were to buy another laptop it would certainly be a thinkpad they are the best

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    Re: News - Lenovo unveils redesigned ThinkPad Edge

    if you cant find a reasonable 2nd hand thinkbook? go check out hp's business referb range. I got a nc8430 cos i couldnt find a reasonably priced T60. Its got very similar build quality and I've loaded 7 on it. (vista drivers for the x1600 but it works nicely) only gets a gamer score of 2 for the gfx which i'm alittle dubious about.

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    Re: News - Lenovo unveils redesigned ThinkPad Edge

    And still no expresscard slot! At least I couldn't see anywhere for one in that preview video. Lenovo can go hang as far as I'm concerned, they simply do not make mid-range workstation laptops worth bothering about any more. They almost all have Intel graphics, too.
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    Re: News - Lenovo unveils redesigned ThinkPad Edge

    Quote Originally Posted by chis View Post
    And still no expresscard slot! At least I couldn't see anywhere for one in that preview video. Lenovo can go hang as far as I'm concerned, they simply do not make mid-range workstation laptops worth bothering about any more. They almost all have Intel graphics, too.
    I understand what you're getting at, ThinkPads of the past no matter how big or small always had a PCMCIA slot; you would expect to find expresscard slot in all newer machines. The Edge class isn't aimed as a portable workstation, you may have more success looking at the T or W series.

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