W Series

W Series awards
 
Press quotes
"...most definitely lives up to its ThinkPad name and workstation standards. [The W520] provides great all-over performance with its quad-core i7 processor, NVIDIA Quadro 2000M graphics, and 8GB DDR3 RAM."
Leaving Notebook Review, April 2011
"...provides really strong workstation-level performance in a portable 6.2-pound package with amazing battery life, a gorgeous screen, and the industry's best keyboard...if you're looking for a workstation that can plow through any task, the ThinkPad W520 is a solid choice."
Leaving Laptop Magazine, April 2011
"Once we took a closer look at the just-announced W700, though, we got our answer: We want one... This is a big, powerful system, aimed at digital content professionals: photographers, videographers, animators, CAD/CAM engineers, and the like."
Leaving Maximum PC, August 2008
"At SIGGRAPH 2008, Lenovo introduced what can arguably be described as the most innovative workstation-class notebook computer of the year, if not the last several years."
Leaving Digital Media Net, August 2008
"In a world dominated by news of little bitty laptops Lenovo is stepping in with the biggest, baddest ThinkPad ever, the W700. This bad boy is aimed squarely at the professional artist, photographer, engineer and geophysical worker as the W700 is a complete mobile workstation."
Leaving JKontheRun.com, August 2008
"Lenovo's new ThinkPad W700 mobile workstation is full of firsts. The 17-inch laptop is the first time ThinkPad has ventured into desktop replacement territory, and its larger-than-ever case will pack in not only the latest-generation components, but also two features we've never before seen on a laptop: a digitizing pad integrated into the wrist rest, and a built-in color calibrator."
Leaving CNET Crave, August 2008
"Lenovo's ThinkPad W700 is a 17-inch behemoth that's the first notebook ever with a built-in Wacom digitizer. Designed for professional use in industries such as graphic design, photography and CAD, the digital tablet lets you manipulate images in programs like Photoshop without any extra gear."
Gizmodo, August 2008
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