Lenovo rolled out a 15.6-inch notebook as tough competitor for HP EliteBook 8540p and Dell Latitude E6510 called ThinkPad T510. This notebook brings optional NVIDIA NVS 3100M dedicated graphic, Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, and a bunch of options.
ThinkPad T510 is designed as a suitable choice for today’s appearance. The matte black outside finish accompanied with a slight rubbery texture is very convenient to hold and you don’t need to be afraid of it slipping from you when carrying it around. The design covers many flat surfaces with sharp and accurate corners, still this notebook provides you great convenient for hours use.
The screen hinges sport stainless steel, whereas the inside profile exposes all-black appearance and a textured plastic palmrest, screen bezel, and keyboard surround.
Lenovo ThinkPad T510 is built as a good quality machine and it has a stronger feel than other smaller ThinkPad models. This notebook is weighed over 6 pounds and built sturdily. There are two access panels for the system memory and hard disk drive at the bottom of the machine. If you need to upgrade one of those parts, you can simply take out a couple of screws.
Upgrading the memory or memory configuration is also as simple as ever that you can go directly to the memory slots located beneath the notebook. To get to the other slot, you can replace both stick to open up the notebook.
Speaking of other features, Lenovo ThinkPad T510 packs some form of connection or feature at almost every inch of its perimeter. You can find three USB 2.0 ports, FireWire 400, one eSATA/USM combo port, VGA and DisplayPort-out, Ethernet, a headset port, and a modem jack. The expansion slots contain a SDHC-card reader and an ExpressCard/34 slot.
In fact, ThinkPad Mini Dock is designed for users who want to use the netbook for a desktop-replacement at home and mobile platform on the road. ThinkPad T510 equips the Mini Dock Plus Series-3 docking station that includes ports and supports more than 3 monitors connected as the same time.
Other useful features provided is docking station are six USB ports, Ethernet, two DisplayPort-outs, two DVI-outs, one VGA-out, eSATA, and additional headphone and microphone jacks. With this long list of features, you can connect any device you have and you can even connect more than external devices into this netbook simultaneously. Lenovo ThinkPad T510 seems very serious in offering you satisfaction.