A true desktop replacement and an outstanding value
7 November 2012
Summary: This is an outstanding notebook; a classic Thinkpad with speed, the finest keyboard on the market, with three USB ports and even an eSata port. I recommend it highly. The ability to switch off the WiFi connection is a particularly useful feature.
Excerpt: I am very happy with my purchase of my Lenovo. To be perfectly honest, I am not quite sure which kind of laptop it is other than being a Lenovo. I was heading off to college and I needed to get a laptop in order to be able to get everything done conveniently. I first started off with a Dell that I was borrowing from one of my family members, but during the first semester, I was having numerous problems with it because it had Vista on it, which does not work very well...
Excerpt: The t510 is a workhorse, don't get me wrong, but it certainly lacks some significant things that will leave you wondering what the designers were thinking. Usb slots are first to come to mind. Why aren't there any on the back or opposite sides of the machine. When working in closed spaces, sometimes you can only reach to one side of the laptop. USB slots on each side could oversome this. Also, movement of the ctrl key!
Excerpt: The T510 is a pretty big laptop, Lenovo moved to a much wider version of their normal T61 sized Laptops. The added screen size might be nice for people who just want a laptop or something they can sit at a desk and easily move or have on their laps. But the size is not for people who travel a lot. People may want a big screen to see but the T510 is not only wide but fat (as in tall) This makes it's one of the largest Laptops Lenovo have released.
Excerpt: I bought it at this Janurary. i love IBM so I chose this one. it is very good. it looks so sturdy and professional. My system is windows 7, it is very beautiful and smooth. And the most important, it is silent, I hate the noise. Although it is a little expensive, it is worth the money.
Summary: I've had this for almost 2 years now and I would have to say it's the best business laptop I've ever had. I've owned many business laptops and the Lenovo T510 out performs all of them and even beats my Dell E1705, HP N series laptop, and others. I had one major issue with the hard drive crashing and I replaced it with a 500GB 7.2k rpm, 32gb SSD drive. After I replaced it i've had no other issues with the laptop. The backlit display is great and very sharp.
Summary: Coming from owning two performance Alienware computers this was a major change aesthetics wise. My Alienware Laptop of 4 years worked wonders, and still to this day performs fairly well. But the Lenovo is really a solidly built computer with many features,functions and performance attributes. -Pros: When first using the computer the first thing I noticed was built quality, even though it looks like slim version of some of the first Laptops on the market its worth it.
Summary: This is my second Lenovo Thinkpad, and I've loved them both. If you're teetering between a Mac and PC, then this isn't the computer for you, because the shape is all blocky, and there's almost no "cool" factor unless you find extra useful features cooler than pretty shapes and colors. I love the TrackPoint nav (the pencil eraser pointer) because I can use the mouse without taking my hands from the keyboard.