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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.

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

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Item # 624428 
Manufacturer # TV9588  
Backlight Technology LED
battery capacity 9210 mAh
Bluetooth Standard Bluetooth 4.0
brand name Lenovo
color Black
depth 9.8"
diagonal screen size 15.6 inches
DisplayPort Yes
DVI No
Ecolabel RoHS; EPEAT Gold; GREENGUARD; ENERGY STAR 5.0
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
Headphone/Microphone Combo Port Yes
height 1.2"
Hyper-Threading Yes
integrated speakers Yes
manufacturer Lenovo Group Limited
Maximum Battery Run Time 11.10 Hour
maximum memory capacity 32 GB
Maximum Turbo Speed 3.70 GHz
memory 8 GB
memory card reader Yes
Memory Card Supported MultiMediaCard (MMC); Secure Digital (SD); Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC); Secure Digital Extended Capacity (SDXC)
memory speed DDR3L-1600/PC3-12800
memory type DDR3L SDRAM
model name 20BG0014US
Near Field Communication No
Network (RJ-45) Yes
Number of USB 2.0 Ports 2
Number of USB 3.0 Ports 2
operating system Windows 7 Professional Upgradable to Windows 8
optical drive DVD-Writer
peripherals included Yes
Pointing Device Type TouchPad; Trackpoint
processor brand Intel
processor model i7-4800MQ
processor speed 2.70 GHz
processor type Core i7
Product Line ThinkPad
screen resolution 1920 x 1080
Solid State Drive Capacity 256 GB
Solid State Drive Interface Serial ATA/600
Switchable Graphics Yes
Total Number of USB Ports 4
Touchscreen No
VGA Yes
warranty length 3-year limited
Webcam Yes
weight 5.95 lb
width 14.8"
wired connectivity Gigabit Ethernet
Wireless LAN Yes
Wireless LAN Manufacturer Intel
Wireless LAN Standard IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n
WWAN Supported Yes

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Rated 3.1 out of 5�by 187 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 Almost feels like a downgrade I moved from a W530 to the W540 and actually hung onto the W530 for months thinking I would move back to it. I like that the W540 is thinner and lighter than the previous model, but there are enough things that I do not like that make me long for the older unit. The elimination of the mouse buttons for wobbly trackpad button system is probably the biggest single annoyance. I curse at that anytime I am using the system without an external keyboard for more than five minutes. And maybe I am old school, but I use the function keys more than I use features on them and so having the default be the latter seems dumb. Both systems use Windows 7 and I had fewer problems with the W530. One dock I have is on a KVM. The W530 could dock and boot without switching the display to it and come up at the right resolution. The W540 never does that unless I switch the display before I power it on. The display on it is great. The USB seems a bit twitchy. Screwing down the UltraBay is mixed. March 4, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 Great laptop I use this for my work. It's a bit pricey, but is very fast and gets the job done. February 13, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 Nothing good to say about this laptop. * Flimsy chassis. * Cheap keyboard with leaky back-light. * Poor monitor viewing angle. * Unreliable drivers. * Useless dock. * Intermittent power supply. The chassis flexes a lot, so much that the monitor is distorted at the bottom. The keyboard feels mushy and cheap, on top of that the led light leaks so much from the bottom of the keys that it drowns out the letters. If the laptop goes to sleep while docked only the external monitor will wake and if you disconnect from the dock you get a permanent black screen. Only reconnecting to the dock will get you a monitor you can use to reboot after which the laptop monitor will work again. If you un-dock and re-dock the battery will stop charging and once the battery runs out the laptop will turn off. The only way to remedy this is to unplug the power supply, remove the battery, wait a few minute, replace the battery and reboot. Oh, and the PANTONE calibrator is not recognized by the OS. Updating the drivers did nothing. February 3, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 Fair to midland An i7 has good runtime performance with adequate memory. Don't skimp on memory. Choose the best display available and so far so good. But you might hate the offset keyboard. I'm a developer and rarely need a keypad. Probably the most damning part of the design is the integrated touch-pad. It is awful. Trying to use a tilting pad as a mouse-button is a horrible idea. It looses the tactile feel and your finger can easily slide off the target when your going for the "push". One good thing about Lenovo is the warrantee service. You might need it. January 30, 2015
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