Lenovo W700DS Video
Lenovo W700DS Video Transcript
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>> Hi this is Rafe Needleman at CES in Las Vegas, and I'm looking at the Lenovo ThinkPad W700DS. It's a gigantic laptop! It is huge! It's got a Quad-Core CPU, 2 hard drives, a 17 inch 1920 by 1200 screen, it's heavy, it's giant, and on top of that, it's got a second monitor that pops out of the side because one 17 inch monitor isn't enough. This one has a second 10 point 6 inch 1280 by 768 sideways monitor. Now this machine is designed for graphics and video professionals, so they can put their main image or video on the main screen, and then a palette or toolbar or maybe their email or schedule on the right hand side. And in order to support them it also has a Wacom digitizer here and color calibrator sensor that shoots up the screen to make sure the colors are just right. So just to give you an impression of the scale of this monster, let's close up this behemoth of a laptop here... the biggest laptop Lenovo makes, and this is their smallest, the X200S. This laptop has a full size keyboard and you could fit like 4 of them inside one W700. If you're interested in this machine, be prepared for 2 things: first of all to take body building lessons because it weighs 11 pounds, and secondly to pony up 3,500 dollars and that's just for the baseline configuration. As you option it up, it goes up from there. Again, that's the Lenovo ThinkPad W700DS, the giant of laptops. From CES, I'm Rafe Needleman. ^m00:01:40 [ music ]
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