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.
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.
Summary: I bought a Thinkpad T510 1 month ago. Just liking my previous T61, the T510 has super performance when running all the softwares I have including some heavy ones such as photoshop, CS and some other computer games. I enjoy the wide screen with very clear and high resolution, of course windows 7 is quite cool in running in T510. Overally, T510 CTO is a cool laptop having all the good qualities originating from IBM.
Summary: In the workplace at Nokia WRT (Web Runtime Tools)... this thing is a beast. Try having Zend, 3 shells, 6 browsers, my Ubuntu server on nomachine desktop emulator ALL running at the same time and then using the webcam to your boss in India. Only this machine can handle that. HP, DELL, Toshiba... pure gargbage... they crash.. had them all. Go to any office.... all you see is Lenovo... because when IT REALLY matters you need one of these. Go back to your hotel room...
Pros: Business Friendly, Powerful, Ultimate Business Tool