Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds gets dual screen

Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds gets dual screen




Ever had one of those moments when you wished you had more screen size on your primary laptop? Well, Lenovo is trying to fix that problem with the ThinkPad W700ds.

This 11-pound beast has two LCD screens — a 17-inch primary and another 10.6-inch secondary screen. The second screen is pulled out from the right side of the primary to get an extended real estate screen.


 

This mobile workstation can be customized to carry Intel Core 2 Quad processors, 8GB DDR3 RAM, an NVidia Quadro Mobile Graphics CPU, and a combined 960GB of storage from HDD and SSD bays.

Price starts at $3,600 but could easily go double that figure once fully configured.



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15 Responses

  1. sky says:

    wow, ds.

    wonder where they got that acronym from

  2. Manny says:

    ano kaya gamit nung secondary screen?

  3. BrianB says:

    Just when people are out of work, Lenovo gives us the ultimate solution in portability.

  4. Alex says:

    cool, but lemme guess, battery life is 1.5 hours at most? talking about laptops being mobile ;)

  5. Patrick says:

    This could be very useful if I want to have my Yahoo messenger open in the side while I’m coding. :D

  6. not my kind of laptop..

  7. taksan says:

    hmm odd. really odd.

  8. John Ray Cabrera says:

    what is the secondary screen for. their obnoxious way of coming up “picture-in-picture” feature? it would be good if they came up with a secondary battery instead.

  9. jhay says:

    Neat! Seriously though, how about battery life? An extra LCD screen would definitely take a lot more battery juice.

  10. Fudgepacker says:

    Here he comes again…Spamming along. Spot him on comment number six!

    Had AKISMET cracked on top?

    =)

  11. Fion Read says:

    Ugly.

  12. cafekko says:

    why not upgrade the battery first than anything else?

  13. Tax says:

    11 pounds??? lap killing laptop

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