Summary: Synopsis: The Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds is a rather unique product, targeted squarely at mobile professionals who require the power, features, and performance of workstation-class machine on the go.
Pros: Dual Screens, Integrated tablet, color calibrator, Strong Performance, Full sized keyboard, Multiple pointing devices
Cons: Bulky and heavy, Short battery life, Expensive
Excerpt: Just when you thought there were no new tricks left in the laptop world … along comes something previously deemed impossible. With the ThinkPad W700, Lenovo offered the first notebook with a built-in pen tablet and a color-calibration system.
Pros: Secondary screen is a novelty of breathtaking proportions. Loaded with ports, including five USB, full-size DVI out and HDMI out. Unmatched performance in a laptop. 94 minutes of battery life isn’t bad for a machine this big.
Cons: If you got room for two displays, is it wrong to think you ought to have room for three? Gargantuan size, weight, price. Smells like burning.
Summary: Big-screen laptops have always been popular among multimedia enthusiasts, gamers, video editors, or those just looking for an ideal desktop replacement. Well, Lenovo has taken the large display feature to a whole new level with the ThinkPad W700ds.
Summary: While big-screen notebooks have become popular these days, Lenovo has taken the trend one step further. Its Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds mobile workstation has two screens, together with a quad-core processor and the best graphics this side of a desktop PC.
Excerpt: This past fall, Lenovo released the most powerful desktop replacement we'd ever tested: the 17-inch W700. A few weeks later, we were able to review an even more powerful version with a mobile quad-core processor.
Lenovo's ThinkPad W700ds has two screens, two hard drives, two pointing devices, four CPU cores, and a built-in WACOM tablet!
Good Gear Guide.au
23 February 2010
Summary: If you're a designer or graphics artist who needs plenty of screen space and processing power, and the ability to take that power easily to a remote location, the Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds is worthy of consideration.
Excerpt: You would be forgiven for thinking that the laptop market was only focused on netbooks. But there's a market for larger laptops that are really foldaway desktop systems. The Lenovo W700ds, weighing a hefty 3.8 kilograms, is one.
Análisis del Portátil Lenovo Thinkpad W700 / W700ds
25 July 2012
Conclusion: Sólo por el precio, el W700 entra en consideración casi exclusivamente para clientes de negocios financieramente fuertes . Ellos también pueden deleitarse en el acabado aceptable del chasis robusto por un largo tiempo.