Conclusion: The Lenovo ThinkPad T400s is one of the first Windows 7 notebooks to have a multi touch display, and it’s fast at running most productivity applications. It has the signature ThinkPad look and solid build, a great keyboard and a good camera for web conferencing.
Pros: Fast performance for productivity apps, music and video playback, solidly built., Fast performance, solidly built.
Cons: Expensive multi-touch feature., Multi-touch feature is expensive.
Excerpt: The ThinkPad T-series is the Cadillac of business notebooks, but, as General Motors will tell you, nobody’s so good that that they wouldn’t benefit from a little trimming. That’s exactly what Lenovo has done with the T400s, its latest revision to company’s popular T400.
Pros: Unparalleled performance from a 14-inch laptop. Nearly as thin as a MacBook Air — including an optical drive. Killer touchpad (plus TrackPoint for old-schoolers). Plus: Caps Lock LED!
Cons: Only three USB ports. Fn key where the Ctrl key goes. Unbelievably tinny, distant audio. So-so battery life (2 hours, 11 minutes). No ExpressCard slot.
Summary: Lenovo’s notebooks span the entire spectrum, offering low-cost models such as the G530 , netbooks such as the IdeaPad Y530 , and high-end models such as the ThinkPad W700 . Today, we’re taking a closer look at Lenovo’s newest offering, the ThinkPad T400s, a thin and light model that’s designed to...
Summary: The Lenovo ThinkPad T400s is no bargain, but if you want an incredibly powerful business notebook in a remarkably thin design, it's worth every penny. This system's sleek looks, top-notch keyboard, blindingly fast performance, and durable chassis allow the T400s to earn an Editors' Choice Award.