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I love Thinkpads. For the Windows or Linux-based laptop IMO there isn't a better combination of performance and features around. They are rock solid and well thought out. It was with great sadness when I was forced to change from a Thinkpad Tp60 to a Dell Latitude D620 as a result of a job change. Now I have noticed that Lenovo is coming out with some consumer-oriented laptops that look absolutely stunning. If they carry over on the same performance, reliability and thoughtfulness of design they will be sure to be tremendous. Oh, and the price has to be right. Their business models tended to be on the pricey side. Consumer versions will need to carefully marry all of the above to sensible pricing. Check them out here in a great company blog that focuses on why they design Thinkpads they way they do.

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Posted on Thursday, January 3, 2008 3:20 PM Misc | Back to top

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I would not reccommend Lenovo thinkpads to anyone, not even a paper-weight supplier. After recieving my new thinkpad, and having it not recognize a mouse that was meant for it, having it freeze up within the first day of owning it, I called technical support who proceeded to hang up on me, transfer me to many different departments and not help me AT ALL! The company does not seem to stand behind their product at all, and does not seem to value customer satisfaction. After trying to then return the computer, I found that they basically will not take the product back without charging you. I work at an academic institution and will be recommending that no one purchases any lenovo products.
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