When searching for an efficient laptop for the business field, you'll sooner or later likely end up by Lenovo's Thinkpad W models. They have also been upgraded to state-of-the-art with the Thinkpad W510. To be precise, we'll now be looking at a W510 model with an Intel Core i7.
A matt black case, with a few color dashes in form of a red trackpoint, a blue enter key and blue ThinkVantage button, silver hinges and various inevitable stickers. Lenovo has also remained loyal to its straight line management and the extremely geometrical design. The case's most important ergonomic areas have been well planned and gently rounded. This can be well seen on the base unit's front edge, the keyboard's bezel, especially the cursor keys as well as the touchpad-trackpoint combination, for example.
The display lid can resist the applied forces well when it's picked up at an edge and it barely twists. It also copes well with selective pressure.The majority of given ports on the notebook are concentrated primarily on the case's left edge. There you'll find a display port and VGA in the center. Two USB 3.0 ports, a combined USB/eSATA port, Firewire and the main switch for the wireless modules are found towards the front.