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Lenovo W700 Dual Screen ThinkPad

lenovodualscreenw700No, you won’t be lugging this one around on your mobile misadventures, but it sure is an interesting desktop replacment from Lenovo. The W700 has an integrated second display that folds into the device. It is 10.6 inches with 768×1280 resolutoin on a LED backlight screen.

Beyond the dual screen magic this model also packs a ton of amazing specs for all kinds of computing goodness. Note that we’re talking a digitizer and pen here but I believe that’s on the wrist wrest and not the screens.

From the product announcement:

The ThinkPad W700 is the first mobile workstation to deliver:

  • Intel Core 2 Extreme processors
  • High-capacity RAID HDDs
  • Integrated color calibration
  • Onboard digitizer and pen

What’s new

  • Intel Core 2 Quad Core Q9100 processors
  • 10.6-in diagonal second display panel
  • Intel Turbo memory 4 GB support
  • 4 GB memory DIMM

System features

  • RAID DASD high-speed storage
  • Integrated color calibration
  • Integrated WACOM palm rest digitizer and pen
  • Displays
    • 17-in WUXGA with CCFL backlight and 1920 x 1200 resolution
    • 10.6-in WXGA with white LED backlight second display and 768 x 1280 resolution
  • High-performance mobile graphics:
    • NVIDIA Quadro FX 2700M, 512 MB dedicated video memory
    • NVIDIA Quadro FX 3700M, 1 GB dedicated video memory
  • Intel  Centrino ® 2 with vPro and Core 2 Extreme technologies
  • Intel PM45 Express chip set
  • PC3-8500 double data rate 3 (DDR3) SDRAM 1067 MHz SODIMM high-speed memory
  • Intel Active Management Technology 4.0
  • WLAN: Intel WiFi Link 5300 AGN (3 x 3)1
  • 64 GB solid state drive (SSD) for fast, reliable, lightweight, energy-efficient storage
  • DisplayPort
  • Dual Link DVI
  • Integrated camera
  • Intel Turbo memory
  • ThinkPad layered security: Trusted Platform Module (TPM) chip, ThinkVantage Client Security, hardware-based HDD encryption, and fingerprint reader

via Engadget

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3 Comments

  1. Rob Bushway

    12/19/2008 at 9:23 am

    I want this in the worst way….

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  2. Gavin Miller

    12/19/2008 at 1:47 pm

    Now, that’s a beast of a machine! Looks good value for $500! ;-)

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  3. sfwrtr

    12/19/2008 at 3:56 pm

    I’ve gotten used to the small size and light weight of my X61T, but the shear power of this, with a quad core and two screens and an on board pen digitizer… This is severely tempting. If it goes for less than $5000, I would be surprised.

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