No. IBM did design and sell the original ThinkPad laptop. However, a company named Lenovo has been manufacturing and marketing the ThinkPad laptop since 2005.
IBM thinkpad, definitely.
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The Thinkpad laptop was designed, developed and sold by IBM (International Business Machines Corporation). The first model was introduced in 1992, and since 2005 the Thinkpad is produced by Lenovo.
The ThinkPad T60p laptop is not longer manufactured. However, used ThinkPad T60p laptops can be bought with 60GB, 80GB, 100GB, and 200GB harddrive sizes.
The lenovo t60 is a ThinkPad, which is a brand of notebooks. The difference between a regular laptop and a Thinkpad is typically in the appearance and operating system.
The ThinkPad is a brand of laptop computer manufactured bu the Lenovo company. There is also a new lenovo tablet in the works also to be branded as a ThinkPad.
Thinkpad, Apple, or HP
A Thinkpad is a type of laptop computer from Lenovo. It may come equipped with preloaded software, but that is at the discretion of the retailer. All of the same functionality you would expect from a comparable laptop and most of the same functions you'd expect from a desktop will be possible with a Thinkpad.
The largest display screen size available for the IBM ThinkPad T42 laptop is a 15 inches (1024x768). This laptop can also be purchased in a smaller size.
The Lenovo Thinkpad laptop is unique because it provides Windows 8 Pro and come with 3rd Generation Intel Pentium processors. They are a great choice for business professionals.
It would depend on what was broken.
Its called the Lenovo Thinkpad X200t or X200s
The Thinkpad notebook is a type of laptop computer and can be purchased from various online sites and high street stores all around the world. The Thinkpad is available in various sizes and specifications.
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The Lenovo ThinkPad is simply a brand of laptop computer so it can perform all the normal laptop functions. There are several different versions with special features, such as the Twist which can convert to a tablet.
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a used IBM thinkpad; they're as indestructible as a laptop can be these days!
The IBM ThinkPad laptop has not been in production since 2005. It has gone under the name Lenovo since that time. Buying laptops from 2005 or before would usually require to buy used, and they should run for $50-200.
When purchasing a Lenovo laptop you need to determine the need it will be used for firstly as they are designed for specific needs. For the small business users the ThinkPad Edge is good and for the larger businesses the ThinkPad L is great.