Conclusion: The T410s with the tested components stands out amongst the mass of business notebooks for office use, primarily due to the integrated SSD and the touchscreen . With the Core i5 520M CPU and the four Gigabytes of RAM , in combination with the 64-bit operating system , a very good application...
Pros: Excellent application performance, Touchscreen, Input Devices, Matte, comparably bright screen, Communication features, Docking Port, The extremely good application performance, to which the SSD contributes significantly, and the relatively good and comprehensive communications features.
Cons: Virtually no accessories (not even a stylus), Black value, contrast, and illumination of the screen, An included digital pen for the touchscreen.
Summary: Two for one. Innovations don't even stop before the T410s. In this review, we'll devote ourselves to the Optimus upgrade and report about its impact in detail. Can the slim 14 incher benefit from the dual GPU solution?
Pros: Very good application performance, Input devices, Matt, fairly bright display, Good communication configuration, Docking Port, Optimus technology for good battery life under low load, The excellent application performance due to SSD.
Cons: Contrast poor display with standard color spectrum, Practically no supplies, The display could have a slightly higher contrast and at least come closer to covering the sRGB.
Summary: With enough speed to be your primary computer for years to come, the ThinkPad T410s with Nvidia Optimus graphics and solid state drive raises the bar for mobile performance. And, if you can afford to attach three monitors simultaneously, this notebook can seriously boost your productivity.
Excerpt: At the top of Lenovo’s product heap is the ThinkPad line. The top of the ThinkPad line is the T-series. And the top of the T-series, even in Lenovo’s own estimation, is the T410s. Few laptops can be all things to all people, but the ThinkPad T410s comes dangerously close.
Pros: A multiple record-breaker: Top performance and brightest screen among all laptops we’ve seen. Very slim and extremely lightweight. Rock-solid ThinkPad keyboard with well-thought-out controls. Love the textured touchpad. Sturdy as a granite pillar anchored in Dolomite.
Cons: Battery life needs a serious boost. Expensive. No HDMI connector.
Summary: Like an aspiring younger brother, the Lenovo ThinkPad T410s is thinner and lighter than the T410, yet manages to perform nearly as well. However, a sub-4-pound machine that lasts only 4 hours on a charge doesn't seem worth the $260 premium (when identically configured).
Excerpt: Un notebook con prestazioni ai vertici della categoria grazie al processore Intel Core i5 e al il display touchscreen. Ergonomia, robustezza, connettività 3G e disco SSD sono i punti di forza, ma la batteria dura poco e il prezzo è elevato