Lenovo already has one of the (if not the) most desirable small form-factor notebooks in the form of the X300 and taking a look at the just-announced W700 that trend seems set to continue. Creating a system likely to be every graphic designers dream, Lenovo has packed a Wacom digitizer into the lower half of the W700's chassis and, as if that wasn't enough, is offering a mouth-watering set of components too.
The core specs, then, are as such:
- 17in, 1,920 x 1,200 screen (with auto-calibration based on ambient lighting)
- Intel mobile quad-core Extreme Edition CPU.
- Up to 8GB DDR3 RAM
- Hard drive options including RAID 0, 1 and SSDs
- Wacom tablet digitizer
- Blu-ray drive option
- nVidia Quadro FX 2700M or 3700M graphics
- Up to 2GB Turbo Memory
Price wise the system starts from around the $3,000 (~£1,500) but expect that to spiral upwards at an alarming rate as the specs are upped. Can you really put a price on what might be the most deserving system of the desktop replacement category yet?