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The ThinkPad T60 delivers a sturdy design, a complete range of network connectivity, top-shelf performance, long battery life, and just enough ports for the typical business user.
With a relatively affordable starting price and a new design, the ThinkPad Edge loosens up the ThinkPad look--but losing an optical drive keeps it a yard short of being a top-choice compact business laptop.
With a built-in display color calibrator and integrated Wacom tablet, the monstrous ThinkPad W700 workstation means serious business for graphic designers.
The IBM ThinkPad T43 delivers similar performance but lesser battery life than the identically designed ThinkPad T42; we think the latter remains the better buy.
We're impressed by the Lenovo ThinkPad USB Secure Hard Drive's burly security features and rigorous performance results, but the bloated price tag prevents us from recommending it to anyone other than business consumers. If you're shopping for an external hard drive, competing drives give you a cheaper cost per gigabyte in a fancier package.
The budget-minded small-business-targeted Lenovo ThinkPad Edge 14 does its job as a solidly-performing laptop and finally throws in a DVD drive, but it's a bit too chunky in its larger size compared to svelte competitors.
The AMD Fusion-powered ThinkPad x120e is an 11-inch ultraportable that's better and more affordable than last year's model, making it an even better choice for small-business buyers.
The popular Yoga gets a buttoned-up ThinkPAd version, complete with a clever hidden keyboard.
Lenovo's ThinkPad Tablet packs the best of Google's Android 3.1 into a durable, Enterprise-ready, 10-inch tablet.
The dual-core version of the ThinkPad x100e is a much better bet than the original single-core version. Battery life still is still an issue, but it's a great-feeling 11.6-inch business Netbook.