Still a very sturdy laptop if you just want a solid quiet HD ...
3 days ago
Summary: fast start up thanks to SSD, decent amount of ram, a bit bulky compared to whats available these days. Had a lemon with a flicking screen and sent it back. got a thinkpad yoga 14 instead for about the same price. Still a very sturdy laptop if you just want a solid quiet HD laptop.
Summary: I've used Lenovo Laptops for years and have been very happy with the past products. the T430 (now discontinued) was a solid workhorse that never failed me. With the T440p, the quality has dropped a bit. The keys clack like they're not fully seated and the track pad is not as user-friendly as before.
Does not work for the latest edition of ThinkPads. ...
23 January 2014
Summary: Does not work for the latest edition of ThinkPads. Lenovo picked up EM7345 and did not put EM7355 into whitelist, thus it will show "Error 1802: Unauthorized wireless card" and the computer cannot boot. Shame on Lenovo.
Summary: This is an incomplete review, just some initial impressions. The machine I bought has the following upgrades from the factory: • CPU: Core i7 4600M ($295 extra) • Screen: HD+ 1600x900 ($50 extra) • Wireless: Intel Dual Band Wireless 7260AC with Bluetooth 4.0 ($30 extra) In addition, I also bought...
Excerpt: The Lenovo ThinkPad T440p belongs to a line of classic business notebooks and aims itself at professional users in particular. With high-performance components, multifaceted interface options, a large battery, and the usual ease in installing upgrades, the signs are all good.
Pros: prices are relatively cheap but quality is pretty good
Excerpt: I have been a Think Pad user for over 20 years. Frankly the main reason why I stick with the brand is the Track Point. Once you have gotten used to it, any mouse or touch pad just wont do. This is meant to be a desktop replacement as well as a road warriors primary tool for professionals.