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Lenovo ThinkPad W540 20BG0014US 15.6" LED Notebook - Intel Core i7 i7-4800MQ 2.70 GHz - Black
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Lenovo ThinkPad W540 20BG0014US 15.6" LED Notebook - Intel Core i7 i7-4800MQ 2.70 GHz - Black

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YOU TAKE AIM AT THE BOUNDARIES, WE'LL HELP YOU BREAK THROUGH. Whether you're an overachiever or an up-and-comer, ThinkPad laptops are the tools you need. From the thin-and-light wonder to the heavy-duty mobile workstation, they're built, tested and enhanced for reliability, durability and speed. TORTURE-TESTED Baked, battered, blistered. ThinkPad notebooks endure a lot before they ever reach you. We meticulously design many of them to pass rugged military spec tests. We outfit them with spill-resistant keyboards, roll-cage technology and shock-mounted hard drives. And we test them in ways you can't imagine - baking, battering, blistering and blowing them with sand.

Package Contents:
; ThinkPad W540 (20BG-0014US); Lithium Ion Battery; AC Adapter

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Item # 624428 
Manufacturer # TV9588  
64-bit Processing Yes
aspect ratio 16:9
Backlight Technology LED
battery capacity 9210 mAh
Battery Energy 99.90 Wh
battery type Lithium Ion (Li-Ion)
Bluetooth Yes
Bluetooth Standard Bluetooth 4.0
brand name Lenovo
Cache 6 MB
Chipset Manufacturer Intel
Chipset Model QM87 Express
color Black
depth 9.8"
Direct Media Interface 5 GT/s
Display Screen Type Active Matrix TFT Color LCD
DisplayPort Yes
Ethernet Technology Gigabit Ethernet
Expansion Bay Type Ultrabay Slim
Expansion Slot Type ExpressCard/34
Graphics Controller Manufacturer NVIDIA; Intel
Graphics Controller Model Quadro K1100M; HD 4600
Graphics Memory Accessibility Dedicated; Shared
Graphics Memory Capacity Up to 2 GB
Graphics Memory Technology GDDR5; DDR3L SDRAM
Headphone/Microphone Combo Port Yes
height 1.2"
Hyper-Threading Yes
Keyboard Yes
manufacturer Lenovo Group Limited
Maximum Battery Run Time 11.10 Hour
Maximum Memory 32 GB
Maximum Power Supply Wattage 170 W
Maximum Turbo Speed 3.70 GHz
memory card reader Yes
Memory Card Supported MultiMediaCard (MMC); Secure Digital (SD); Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC); Secure Digital Extended Capacity (SDXC)
Memory Standard DDR3L-1600/PC3-12800
Memory Technology DDR3L SDRAM
Microphone Yes
model name 20BG0014US
Near Field Communication No
Network (RJ-45) Yes
Number of Cells 9-cell
Number of Total Memory Slots 4
Number of USB 2.0 Ports 2
Number of USB 3.0 Ports 2
operating system Windows 7 Professional Upgradable to Windows 8
Operating System Architecture 64-bit
Optical Drive Type DVD-Writer
Optical Media Supported DVD±R/±RW
Pointing Device Type TouchPad; Trackpoint
Processor Core Quad-core (4 Core)
Processor Manufacturer Intel
processor model i7-4800MQ
processor speed 2.70 GHz
processor type Core i7
Product Line ThinkPad
Product Name ThinkPad W540 (20BG-0014US)
Product Series W540
Product Type Notebook
Screen Mode Full HD
screen resolution 1920 x 1080
screen size 15.6"
Security Features Power-on Password; Hard Disk Password; Supervisor Password; Security Keyhole; Trusted Platform Module, TCG 1.2-compliant
software included Lenovo Solution Center; ThinkVantage Product Recovery; Rescue and Recovery; ThinkVantage System Update; Lenovo Cloud Storage by SugarSync; PC Device Stage; Adobe Reader; Nitro Pro; Evernote; Skype; Microsoft Office Preloaded (Purchase a Product Key to Activate); Norton Internet Security (30 days of virus definitions); Cyberlink PowerDVD; Cyberlink Power2Go; Cyberlink PowerProducer
Solid State Drive Capacity 256 GB
Solid State Drive Interface Serial ATA/600
Speakers Yes
Standard Memory 8 GB
Switchable Graphics Yes
Total Number of USB Ports 4
TouchPad Features Multi-touch Gesture
Touchscreen No
warranty length 3-year limited
Webcam Yes
weight 5.95 lb
width 14.8"
Wireless LAN Yes
Wireless LAN Manufacturer Intel
Wireless LAN Standard IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n
WWAN Supported Yes

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Lenovo ThinkPad W540 20BG0014US 15.6 LED Notebook - Intel Core i7 i7-4800MQ 2.70 GHz 2.9 5 107 107
Good specs in poor covering I will tell only the bad things, since the rest is pretty ok for me: 1. Biggest problem if mine is that the plastic covering over and under the optical drive is bends. And you don't even have to apply a big pressure on it. That part of the case feels really cheap and vulnerable. I didn't expect such cheap assembly from any laptop, not to talk about that this is 'famous' Lenovo. 2. Furthermore the touchpad is hard to use with the trackpoint, as many other people mentioned it. 3. Keyboard backlight leaks. 5. Home & End buttons completely misplaced, as they should be right beside PgUp & PgDn buttons, in order to ensure easy navigation. 6. F# keys have to be used with Fn, which is counterintuitive. (or use Fn lock) October 8, 2014
Good Purchase Positive: Easy to use, excellent battery life, full keyboard, touch pad, basic design, speakers, looks durable. Negative: No Status indicators (HDD, Bluetooth, Wireless Connection), HDMI input, but in general very good computer. October 7, 2014
Negative changes from previous models While there are definitely some performance improvements, the overall interface changes make this a downgrade from previous models. I have a W530, W520, & T61, so I have a good perspective to provide feedback. The GOOD: Faster CPU Better battery power density - although slice battery was not available Optical bay drive option available Higher screen resolution The BAD: No TrackPad buttons - although this may look sleeker, "FOR THOSE WHO DO," this means we are stuck with a clumsy interface and no longer have the option to use the middle mouse button (necessary for CAD) without an external mouse. This means lower productivity on planes, trains, etc. No dedicated volume, mute buttons No display lights (battery, wireless, caps lock, etc.) No wireless switch - potential security risk? No screen latch I would go on, but there is a char limit. In summary, Lenovo shouldn't have transferred decision-making powers from the engineers to marketing without better understanding their customers. September 26, 2014
worst laptop experience to date At my previous job I used a Dell Precision. I was excited to try the W540 (Type 20BG) because of the form factor and the large single button trackpad. The W540 arrives and I am utterly disappointed from the start. The case and screen feel hollow and cheap, and there is a decent amount of flex around the chassis. The chicklet keyboard is horrible. There is a hollow feel with every key stroke and the texture of the keys allows build up of grease to where there is almost no friction, and fingers slip easily. The track pad is difficult to use and is more of a hindrance than the Precision's tiny pad with two buttons. I have yet to perform CPU/GPU intensive tasks on this computer, yet it runs very slow at times. I think driver support is poor compared to Dell. The 1920x1080 screen has bad viewing angles and is a pain to look at. I dread having to remove this thing from its dock and use it as a laptop. Oh, and you can't get a dock with dual DVI... The thing feels cheap all around! September 24, 2014
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