ThinkPads Survive Military-Grade Punishment, Says Lenovo

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Asevening

Buy a Panasonic Toughbook - www.toughonline.com

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Keith E. Whisman

Our Phoenix Transit Police use the Toughbook for working with crimes caught on the buses security cameras. Pretty neat but slow as a snail. It takes a long long time to download just a few megs of video to the toughbook over a USB 2.0 connection.

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bloodyserb

My experience with Thinkpads from the last few years is rugged laptops, but shit keyboards.  And @ $130 a pop I would expect them to last more than a year.

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Keith E. Whisman

I want a laptop that I can run prime 95x2 while in a pizza oven and the thing doesn't over heat.

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horzo

Love Thinkpads. One of the few laptop lines I can pick up and not instantly think, "What a piece of sh*t."

 

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cheezeus

when i think lenovo i think gosh what a pos i have a 3000n100 i sent back for repairs 5 times in two years mobo failure, hdd failure, ect. well needless to say they dont have my seal of approval.... IBM what happened.

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Keith E. Whisman

IBM sold it's laptop line the Thinkpads to Chinese company Lenovo. For a while there Lenovo thinkpads were on the same quality par as IBM. Perhaps they are rebounding again on the quality front.

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horzo

Humm, I've owned three Thinkpads, and have never had more than the occasional minor problem. My current was purchased well into the Lenovo era (June 2007), and it looks the same, feels the same, and has been just as reliable.

 

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