Lenovo W700ds Review

Posted: Feb 11 2009, 3:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:01pm CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

Lenovo W700ds Review
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Our review partner Digital Trends tested the unique Lenovo W700ds laptop with its 2nd screen. Our friends are not happy with the W700ds and gave a rather poor rating.
Quote from the review: "For those of us who live and work on gigantic dual displays, making the transition to a cramped little notebook screen when it’s time to get things done on the road has never been easy. We’re spoiled. But there’s really never been any alternative, unless you wanted to roll up a monitor in bubble pack and stuff it into the bottom of your suit case. That was, of course before the Lenovo W700ds appeared. With a 10.6-inch secondary screen that slides out of its side, it’s the very first dual-display notebook. And with a starting price of $3,069, it has the price of a first-gen machine. But multi-taskers imagining a mobile version of their dual-screen desktop setups shouldn’t hold their breath, since the W700ds comes with more than enough compromises to drag down the allure of that extra screen real estate."
Read the full Lenovo W700ds Review.

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