|Screen Size||14.1 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080 pixels|
|Processor||2.1 GHz Intel Core i7-4500U|
|RAM||8 GB RAM Installed Upgradable to 12 GB|
|Hard Drive||256 MB Serial ATA-600|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics 4400|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||3|
Lenovo ThinkPad T440s 20AQ004JUS 14-Inch Touchscreen Laptop (2.1 GHz Intel Core i7-4600U Processor, 8GB DDR3, 256GB SSD, Windows 8 Pro) Black
|Price:||$1,349.00 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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|Processors||Intel Core i7 4500U 2.1 GHz||Intel Core i7 4500U 2.1 GHz||core i7 2.1 GHz||core i5 1.9 GHz|
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|Memory||8 GB RAM Installed Upgradable to 12 GB||8 GB DDR3L SDRAM||12 GB DDR3 1600||4 GB|
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|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics 4400||Intel HD Graphics 4400||Intel HD Graphics 4400||Intel Integrated Graphics|
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Update: November 2014 with Windows 8.1 this Laptop has been a great Machine. There is a fix for the fingerprint scanner for use of more than one print. an increase to 4 stars.
This is the deal-breaker for me that I cannot get over: the key placement is perfect, just where you want them, they didn't mess with the keyboard like they did on the 2014 X1 Carbon (which WOULD have been the perfect laptop if they hadn't messed with it)
The DEAL-BREAKER is the stiffness of the keys... I never expected this and never saw it mentioned in any of the reviews, but the key travel in this keyboard is pretty long (longer than my MacBook Air, MacBook Pro or ThinkPad T60) -- that's normally fine, but the stiffness of the keys is about 50% more than my Mac's or ThinkPad and writing long things (like this review) or a lot of emails has so far lead to quite a bit of wrist/finger fatigue...
** UPDATE - By the end of this review, for example, my carpal tunnel in my wrists is really starting to become noticeable and the tendons in my forearms feel stressed... this is typically how I feel after 4-6hrs typing on my T60.
It's a subtle but insidious difference and I didn't notice this on a 2013 X1 Carbon I tried out; the key travel is shallower and the keys equally as stiff as a MacBook or my ThinkPad T60 - just a little more than finger weight could push those keys down, but on this keyboard it takes concerted effort to type.
A nasty side effect of the increased key stiffness is constant mis-typing... for example, writing the word "keys" but the 's' not registering because my fingers flew over the 's' and didn't depress it enough... I am noticing that a lot... or mis-typing a space between words.Read more ›
But after two seconds on the trackpad I knew I couldn't take it... My T410 is more usable with a regular hard disk.
With the T440s: Sadly:
* The trackpad is completely unusable (I can work my smart phone faster now) as I use dual thumbs and its like a big giant keyboard key! It depresses about 1/8".
* The absent indicator lights (with Windoze), make it impossible to understand what the computer is doing when it's just sitting there for no reason.
* The really weird LCD display has no vertical range in view-ability, it is hard to actually look at the screen from any angle. It looks translucent, the opposite of a readable screen.
* The speakers are basically inaudible at full volume under 90% of environmental circumstances.
* The hard drive benchmarks are very bad.
* The keyboard itself is glitchy and repeats characters at weird times.
Summary: Bad design, cheap feel, cheap parts, worse experience than preceding laptops of same line.
I think this is the final straw, it's going to be Macs only, even if I just install Linux on it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is an expensive purchase and I was looking forward to working with this machine. What a disappointment! Read morePublished 24 months ago by mrsdallaway
Laptop is great.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE WARRANTY ISN'T EXACTLY 3 YEARS. The warranty start date is actually the date the reseller purchased the laptop from Lenovo. Read more
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