'Vertical viewing angles are average or below average with colors quickly washing out when viewed from above and colors begining to distort and invert as you move the screen back.'
'Very reasonable price'
'Excellent 3D performance for an ultrabook'
'Pleasant typing feel, Optional backlit keyboard'
'Aa slightly longer battery life.'
'Image quality is superb, although the shiny screen can be distracting if you're working in a brightly lit room.'
'The keys are flat and springy; the layout lacks a full number pad, but that's far from a dealbreaker on a multimedia notebook.'
'The screen is bright, with rich colors and crisp text rendering.'
'The keyboard is comfortable to type on and we like its glowing white backlight when in use.'
'The keyboard is large and comfortable to use and there is even a separate numeric keypad, which helps fill up some of the space available on the chassis.'
'No Blu-ray drive, heavy'
'the T400s's screen was sharper; sky blues, for example, popped more and looked richer on the T400s.'
'There's no shame there: the ThinkPad was revolutionary in its time, and the iconic (if plain) design defined the modern business laptop.'
'Viewing angles are average for a TN-panel LCD, with colors quickly inverting or washing out as you Tilt the screen forward or back.'
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