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1. IBM ThinkPad T42SMB Notebook PC
$1,549.00
2. IBM ThinkPad T41 (23737FU) Notebook
$3,321.99 $3,189.95 list()
3. IBM ThinkPad T42P Notebook PC
$1,299.99
4. IBM THINKPAD T42 SMB CENTRINO-725
$1,925.95
5. IBM ThinkPad T42 Notebook PC (1.70
$2,280.95
6. IBM THINKPAD X40 CENTRINO-738
$184.99 $90.05 list()
7. Thinkpad Port Replicator II
$1,315.95
8. IBM ThinkPad G41 2881 - Mobile
$108.61 $99.99 list()
9. IBM USB Keyboard with UltraNav
$313.95
10. IBM Multi-Burner Drive Plus Ultrabay
$1,734.95 list($1,699.99)
11. IBM THINKPAD X40 CENTRINO-738
$108.99 $93.84 list()
12. Thinkpad Premiere Leathercarrying
$154.99 $145.99 list()
13. IBM ThinkPad CD-RW/DVD Combo IV
$1,094.95 list($1,089.99)
14. IBM ThinkPad G41 2886 - Mobile
$2,125.95
15. IBM ThinkPad T42 2379 - Pentium
$1,799.99
16. IBM THINKPAD T42SMB CENTRINO-1.7G
17. IBM Microdrive 1 GB with Compact
$269.94
18. IBM 1GB PC2700 CL2.5 NP DDR SDRAM
$1,999.95
19. TP T30 NB P4/2000 256MB-40GB DVD
$1,175.95 list($1,189.99)
20. IBM ThinkPad G41 2886 - Mobile

1. IBM ThinkPad T42SMB Notebook PC ((1.7 GHz Pentium M (Centrino))2378FZU
list price: $1,509.99
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Asin: B0002SQ2KM
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: IBM
Sales Rank: 83
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

IBM Think Express Program ThinkPad T42 Notebook PC Designed for highly mobile users - IBM ThinkPad T Series notebooks are the perfect balance of performance and portability. ThinkPad T Series notebooks deliver outstanding performance - full functionality and long battery life in an easily portable - thin-and-light design. The ThinkPad family also features exclusive IBM ThinkVantage Technologies and ThinkVantage Design. Together - they deliver business advantage by helping to save time and money and enabling you to focus on your business - not your technology. ... Read more

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Top Notch - Better Than HP, Dell, SONY
Research can get you a long way.I am an IT purchaser, software developer, and home user.For company use I purchase Dell only - usually.I am real happy I made an exception this time.

This laptop has many features that put it over the top.The only modification I have made is to install an additional 512k memory (total now of 1MB).The memory install was pretty simple in the empty memory slot.The slot has metal tabs to separate that are a little more than tough on the fingers.Note to IBM, make the next model use plastic.

Some of the features that have impressed me:

1.) It has built in 802.11b/g card that works real well.I get great reception due to the two antennas built in.They are those strange rubber tabs on the outside edge of the screen.

2.) Great keyboard feel.They keys are full size!The tactile feel is one of the best I've felt on a laptop.I'd like to see the Function (Fn) key placed somewhere different than the bottom left where I always go for the Ctrl and Alt keys.Suggestion to IBM, move the Fn key between the Ctrl and Alt keys like standard Windows keyboards have the Windows Start key.Extra keys include a forward and backward button that works well in IE, separate volume/mute keys, and ability to save power by turning off the wireless card when not in use.

3.) Speaking of saving power.The average actual battery life I have experienced is 4 - 5 hours!That includes using the wireless card and having the brightness contrast at a decent level.Average settings get above average battery life.

3.) Lightweight and very slim.I bought an IBM bag and the laptop only takes about a third of the available space.There may be lighter laptops but this seems light for a 15" screen.

4.) Hard Drive Airbag!Yes I said air bag.Ever considered what could happen if you drop your laptop?I don't know of anyone else that has this.

5.) Night Light!Yes another innovative feature.A light shines down from the top of the monitor with the click of two keys.The light is wonderful when you are working with presentations with the lights out, traveling overnight, or at home while working.

6.) IBM Software does a decent job monitor the system for you.The battery indicator they add is much better than the standard XP one.

Overall I love this laptop compared to the Dell, HP Sony, Toshiba and WinBook laptops I have seen and used.

Hopefully this research will help make your decision easier.The items I listed above were things I did not realize when I did my research and I though I did a thorough job researching this product.

Great job IBM.If IBM could only compete price and service with Dell desktops we would finally have a computer hardware war.

5-0 out of 5 stars Thinkpad T42 model: 2378FZU
Some things to note about the description that Amazon has provided for this laptop: this model (2378FZU - Ibm's designation for this notebook) has a 15" screen, not a 14.1"; cdrw rewrite speed is 24x, not 10x; it has one-year manufacturer's warranty, not a three-year; the wifi only works with b and g networks, not a networks; and to clarify, this model does not have the built-in fingerprint reader.I suggest you visit the IBM website to ascertain all of the details yourself.I highly recommend this model.I bought it to replace my Dell Inspiron 5000e which was over 4 years old and broke down on me.Having spent nearly $2700 on the Dell, I can now say that because of my experience with this notebook, I am a Thinkpad convert.

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect untill now
I got this laptop 1 month ago. It still work well. I believe the IBM laptop is well known as its system balance and adjustment, not for its awesome hardware. I've used a SONY laptop before; it's a disaster.

I have to say IBM laptop is way too better than SONY.

By the way, this one is really light and thin that shocked me when I open the box. It destroyed the common sense of IBM laptop at all. People who bought this one must know what I'm talking about, right? : )

There are two cons I should mention. First, the screen is not good. I suppose the screen is the only thing that SONY should be proud of. I have to adjust the T42's XGA 15' to certain angle to watch it clearly, which will never happen on SONY laptop. However, hell with that, the money I paid was not for a beautiful display. Second, the bluetooth build-in doesn't work for Microsoft Bluetooth Mouse (Operating system of this laptop is XP Professional SP2). I don't know why and I'm looking into it.

Anyway, IBM is definitely a good choice. You will see if you take this babe home.

Good job, IBM.

PS: I took it from IBM express; they do not accept payment from international credit card. Thus, I suppose the people who want this one and do not have US issued credit card better take it here, and I saw a rebate. You will see the cost/benefit ratio.

5-0 out of 5 stars A terrific laptop, but go with a custom configuration
My T42 is the third ThinkPad I've owned. ThinkPads are a bit more expensive than most other brands (except Sony), but well worth it. They have excellent build quality, the most comfortable keyboards of any laptop, and excellent customer support (the few times I've needed support, it was easy to get through to a real human on the phone who could help me, and the one time a part wasn't working perfectly, they overnighted a replacement to me).

Before purchasing this T42, I purchased an S- series Sony VAIO comparably configured, which cost $300 more than the T42. The VAIO had a brighter display than the ThinkPad, and was even smaller and lighter. It was also more stylish. But the VAIO's display had a narrower viewing angle, meaning if you tilt the screen or turn the laptop even just a little bit, the display gets much harder to read. The VAIO's keyboard was not as comfortable as the ThinkPad's. And the VAIO's fan was noisy and always on, whereas the ThinkPad's fan is whisper quiet. So I returned the VAIO.

If you want to buy a T42, I suggest you not limit yourself to this particular configuration. Instead, decide what you want the T42 to have, and then look for the configuration that comes closest to what you want.

The first thing you'll need to decide is whether to get a T42 with a 14" or 15" display. The tradeoff is that the 15" is nicer, but makes the laptop about 1 pound heavier (though still lighter than similarly equipped laptops from Dell, Gateway, etc).

Most people understand the role of processor speed, RAM, and size of hard drive. But you may not know that the speed of the hard drive is an important variable that should factor into your decision.

Most desktop hard drives spin at 7200 RPM. In contrast, most laptop hard drives spin at 4300 RPM. This is one reason why laptops feel more sluggish than desktop computers. You can get laptops with hard drives that spin at 5400 RPM, and this makes a noticeable difference. The T42 can be purchased with a 60gb drive that spins at 7200 RPM - same as a desktop computer. I *URGE* you to get a hard drive that's rated AT LEAST at 5400 RPM. Of course, this costs a bit more, but on a limited budget, you can make up for this by choosing a slightly slower processor. Even the slower processors are faster than most of us need for most of the things we use computers for, so you're not likely to notice having a slightly slower processor, but you will definitely appreciate having a faster hard drive.

Another thing you should get on your T42 (or whatever laptop you end up choosing) is built-in WiFi. Even if you don't have a wireless network in your home, chances are you're a short drive from half a dozen coffee shops or libraries that have wireless internet access, and this will only increase in the future. Getting WiFi on a notebook adds about $100 to the cost, and it's DEFINITELY worth it. Once you use it, you'll wonder how you ever lived without it, and you'll want to get a wireless network in your home (and they are not very expensive or hard to install - I did it, and I don't know much about networking at all!)

After you come up with your dream configuration for the T42, visit thinkpad.com to find the specific model number of the T42 that comes closest to your configuration, then come back to Amazon and search on that model number to see Amazon's competitive price.

Also, you can call IBM. Whatever price they quote for that specific model, tell them you found a comparably equipped Dell for $300 less and is there any way they can lower their price. In my experience, they will offer you a lower price.

You should also consider the new T43, which will have a faster bus speed and other small incremental improvements over the T42 (but of course it's more expensive).

Good luck with your purchase decision, and enjoy whatever laptop you end up choosing!

5-0 out of 5 stars The coolest laptop ever
I've been using Dell laptops for more than 7 years. Then I thought recently why not go for a change. I read almost all the reviews about the T42 and did my home work. I have the T42 now for more than 3 month and never had to call IBM Support or needed their help. Very friendly, easy to use notebook. Bright screen. I liked the Access IBM button which helps you keep your system updated. There are lots of nice stuff on this laptop that you wouldn't find in other laptops. That's beside its very very light weight which makes it the traveller delight. I think I am a happy owner and lucky that I purchased this laptop. It's sold now at IBM.com for $1399. I guess it's a great deal for an IBM laptop. ... Read more


2. IBM ThinkPad T41 (23737FU) Notebook PC (1.6 GHz Pentium M Centrino, 512 MB RAM, 40 GB Hard Drive, DVD/CD-RW Combo)

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Asin: B0000YTXR2
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: IBM
Sales Rank: 196
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Introduce your on-the-go staff to liberating ThinkPad T41 notebooks with Intel Centrino Mobile Technology (select models). They're thin, light and can go unplugged for up to 9.5 hours when you combine the optional ThinkPad T40 High Capacity battery with optional ThinkPad Ultrabay Slim Li Polymer battery. Select Wi-Fi certified models even feature new 802.11a/b/g technology for exceptional wireless flexibility.Chances are you've seen the damage a dropped notebook can suffer. That's why IBM developed the IBM Active Protection System for hard drives. When a fall is detected, this integrated technology can actually park the hard disk drive head.Look inside and discover IBM ThinkVantage Technologies and ThinkVantage Designs to help free up IT resources and decrease expenses. You'll see how to work more confidently and efficiently - and gain the time you need to focus on strategic goals. ... Read more

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars I love my T41
buy 2 gigabytes of ram on the web for about $500 instead of upgrading through IBM, get the IBM a/b/g wireless and you will enjoy the best computing I have ever seen -- other computers I use are dell 600m and desktops, this is fast and with best keyboard and great screen
Jeff

5-0 out of 5 stars Zippy, dependable, and a joy to use
I have a 14-month old T40, which is nearly identical to this T41. My T40 ThinkPad has been extremely dependable. Also, as with other IBM ThinkPads, the keyboard, display, and general design make it a joy to use. It is also the smallest and lightest full-featured laptop I've ever own or used.

The build quality is very good. The bottom does not get very hot on your lap, unlike the competing models by other manufacturers. The hard drive is zippy, as are the processor and RAM.

I've never had a problem getting through to technical support (though I have not needed them too often). Once, I was having a very minor problem with the keyboard; I called them and they overnighted a whole new keyboard to me.

The only issue is that the battery life is less than advertised - about 2.5 hours on a single charge rather than 4-5. This is long enough to watch a DVD on a transcontinental flight. But not enough to watch a DVD *and* play games (or, God forbid, get some work done) during the flight.

The ThinkPad may cost a few extra Robert DeNiros, but when you consider that you're going to have and use your laptop for 2-4 years, I think it's well worth paying extra to have a machine that is so well-designed and such a joy to use.

... Read more


3. IBM ThinkPad T42P Notebook PC (2.00 GHz Pentium M (Centrino), 1 GB RAM,60 GB Hard Drive) 2373KTU

our price: $3,321.99
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Asin: B0002Q91JI
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: IBM
Sales Rank: 120
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Designed for highly mobile users, IBM ThinkPad T Series notebooks are the perfect balance of performance and portability. ThinkPad T Series notebooks deliver outstanding performance, full functionality and long battery life in an easily portable, thin-and-light design. ThinkPad T42p mobile workstations also offer high-performance graphics for displaying detailed designs, dramatic demos and high-powered presentations in the office, on the road and everywhere in between.The ThinkPad family also features exclusive IBM ThinkVantage Technologies and ThinkVantage Design. Together, they deliver business advantage by helping to save time and money and enabling you to focus on your business - not your technology. ... Read more

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars A terrific laptop - but go with a custom configuration
My T42 is the third ThinkPad I've owned. ThinkPads are a bit more expensive than most other brands (except Sony), but well worth it. They have excellent build quality, the most comfortable keyboards of any laptop, and excellent customer support (the few times I've needed support, it was easy to get through to a real human on the phone who could help me, and the one time a part wasn't working perfectly, they overnighted a replacement to me).

Before purchasing this T42, I purchased an S- series Sony VAIO comparably configured, which cost $300 more than the T42. The VAIO had a brighter display than the ThinkPad, and was even smaller and lighter. It was also more stylish. But the VAIO's display had a narrower viewing angle, meaning if you tilt the screen or turn the laptop even just a little bit, the display gets much harder to read. The VAIO's keyboard was not as comfortable as the ThinkPad's. And the VAIO's fan was noisy and always on, whereas the ThinkPad's fan is whisper quiet. So I returned the VAIO.

If you want to buy a T42, I suggest you not limit yourself to this particular configuration, which is about the most expensive one I've seen. Instead, decide what you want the T42 to have, and then look for the configuration that comes closest to what you want.

The first thing you'll need to decide is whether to get a T42 with a 14" or 15" display. The tradeoff is that the 15" is nicer, but makes the laptop about 1 pound heavier (though still lighter than similarly equipped laptops from Dell, Gateway, etc).

Most people understand the role of processor speed, RAM, and size of hard drive. But you may not know that the speed of the hard drive is an important variable that should factor into your decision.

Most desktop hard drives spin at 7200 RPM. In contrast, most laptop hard drives spin at 4300 RPM. This is one reason why laptops feel more sluggish than desktop computers. You can get laptops with hard drives that spin at 5400 RPM, and this makes a noticeable difference. The T42 can be purchased with a 60gb drive that spins at 7200 RPM - same as a desktop computer. I *URGE* you to get a hard drive that's rated AT LEAST at 5400 RPM. Of course, this costs a bit more, but on a limited budget, you can make up for this by choosing a slightly slower processor. Even the slower processors are faster than most of us need for most of the things we use computers for, so you're not likely to notice having a slightly slower processor, but you will definitely appreciate having a faster hard drive.

Another thing you should get on your T42 (or whatever laptop you end up choosing) is built-in WiFi. Even if you don't have a wireless network in your home, chances are you're a short drive from half a dozen coffee shops or libraries that have wireless internet access, and this will only increase in the future. Getting WiFi on a notebook adds about $100 to the cost, and it's DEFINITELY worth it. Once you use it, you'll wonder how you ever lived without it, and you'll want to get a wireless network in your home (and they are not very expensive or hard to install - I did it, and I don't know much about networking at all!)

After you come up with your dream configuration for the T42, visit thinkpad.com to find the specific model number of the T42 that comes closest to your configuration, then come back to Amazon and search on that model number to see Amazon's competitive price.

Also, you can call IBM. Whatever price they quote for that specific model, tell them you found a comparably equipped Dell for $300 less and is there any way they can lower their price. In my experience, they will offer you a lower price.

You should also consider the new T43, which will have a faster bus speed and other small incremental improvements over the T42 (but of course it's more expensive).

Good luck with your purchase decision, and enjoy whatever laptop you end up choosing! ... Read more


4. IBM THINKPAD T42 SMB CENTRINO-725 ( 2378R4U )
list price: $1,299.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0006JMIJG
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: IBM (Aap Misc Parts)
Sales Rank: 76
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Product Description

IBM Think Express Program ThinkPad T42 Notebook PC Windows XP Pro, 256MB DDR, 40GB HDD, Combo Drive, Integrated Fingerprint Reader Designed for highly mobile users, IBM ThinkPad T Series notebooks are the perfect balance of performance and portability. ThinkPad T Series notebooks deliver outstanding performance, full functionality and long battery life in an easily portable, thin-and-light design. The most secure notebooks available---now even better: one integrated solution out of the box. And the convenience of Your Passwords at the tip of your finger (select models).Performance features abound in highly portable ThinkPad T Series notebooks, which start at about 1" thin with a travel weight starting at 4.5 lb. Select new ThinkPad T42 models are offer larger 15"; TFT displays that are ideal for viewing spreadsheets and presentations, and are still only 1.2" thinSelect models also offer all-day computing (up to 9.5 hours with the optional ThinkPad T40 Series High Capacity Li-Ion Battery plus the optional ThinkPad Ultrabay Slim Li Polymer Battery). — It's like a single tank of gas for the entire day's journey.The IBM Active Protection System, available on select models, helps safeguard your valuable data with airbag-like technology. ... Read more


5. IBM ThinkPad T42 Notebook PC (1.70 GHz Pentium M (Centrino), 40 GB Hard Drive)23734WU

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Asin: B0002MRLVM
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: IBM
Sales Rank: 347
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Making the power of a workstation mobile. Certified for graphics-intensive applications, ThinkPad T42 mobile workstation offers high performance in a thin and light notebook. ... Read more

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars A terrific laptop, but go with a custom configuration
My T42 is the third ThinkPad I've owned.ThinkPads are a bit more expensive than most other brands (except Sony), but well worth it.They have excellent build quality, the most comfortable keyboards of any laptop, and excellent customer support (the few times I've needed support, it was easy to get through to a real human on the phone who could help me, and the one time a part wasn't working perfectly, they overnighted a replacement to me).

Before purchasing this T42, I purchased an S- series Sony VAIO comparably configured, which cost $300 more than the T42.The VAIO had a brighter display than the ThinkPad, and was even smaller and lighter.It was also more stylish.But the VAIO's display had a narrower viewing angle, meaning if you tilt the screen or turn the laptop even just a little bit, the display gets much harder to read.The VAIO's keyboard was not as comfortable as the ThinkPad's.And the VAIO's fan was noisy and always on, whereas the ThinkPad's fan is whisper quiet.So I returned the VAIO.

If you want to buy a T42, I suggest you not limit yourself to this particular configuration.Instead, decide what you want the T42 to have, and then look for the configuration that comes closest to what you want.

The first thing you'll need to decide is whether to get a T42 with a 14" or 15" display.The tradeoff is that the 15" is nicer, but makes the laptop about 1 pound heavier (though still lighter than similarly equipped laptops from Dell, Gateway, etc).

Most people understand the role of processor speed, RAM, and size of hard drive.But you may not know that the speed of the hard drive is an important variable that should factor into your decision.

Most desktop hard drives spin at 7200 RPM.In contrast, most laptop hard drives spin at 4300 RPM.This is one reason why laptops feel more sluggish than desktop computers.You can get laptops with hard drives that spin at 5400 RPM, and this makes a noticeable difference.The T42 can be purchased with a 60gb drive that spins at 7200 RPM - same as a desktop computer.I *URGE* you to get a hard drive that's rated AT LEAST at 5400 RPM.Of course, this costs a bit more, but on a limited budget, you can make up for this by choosing a slightly slower processor.Even the slower processors are faster than most of us need for most of the things we use computers for, so you're not likely to notice having a slightly slower processor, but you will definitely appreciate having a faster hard drive.

Another thing you should get on your T42 (or whatever laptop you end up choosing) is built-in WiFi.Even if you don't have a wireless network in your home, chances are you're a short drive from half a dozen coffee shops or libraries that have wireless internet access, and this will only increase in the future.Getting WiFi on a notebook adds about $100 to the cost, and it's DEFINITELY worth it.Once you use it, you'll wonder how you ever lived without it, and you'll want to get a wireless network in your home (and they are not very expensive or hard to install - I did it, and I don't know much about networking at all!)

After you come up with your dream configuration for the T42, visit thinkpad.com to find the specific model number of the T42 that comes closest to your configuration, then come back to Amazon and search on that model number to see Amazon's competitive price.

Also, you can call IBM.Whatever price they quote for that specific model, tell them you found a comparably equipped Dell for $300 less and is there any way they can lower their price.In my experience, they will offer you a lower price.

You should also consider the new T43, which will have a faster bus speed and other small incremental improvements over the T42 (but of course it's more expensive).

Good luck with your purchase decision, and enjoy whatever laptop you end up choosing!

1-0 out of 5 stars Great machine, but fan is always on and makes a lot of noise
It is a very good notebook. Slim but durable.

My only problem with it is that the fan is always on.

Since I work at home, the noise level is simply too loud.

I'm returning it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Laptop
Even though IBM sold their pc division shortly after I purchased this machine, I would purchase it still.It is pretty close to the perfect laptop in almost every respect.

It's lightweight yet durable - a machine that is meant to travel. The speed is really good. The screen is really nice, bright and crisp. I picked the 14.1" version of the laptop because I wanted the smallest full featured machine possible and I was not disappointed.

The fingerprint reader is great and easy to use.I have it set up to require a fingerprint scan at boot up for security and from there it will log me into windows as well.I even have different fingers set-up to allow different Windows privileges (admin vs restricted user).

There are a lot of nice little features in this machine that make a big difference.I'm a big fan of the mouse pointer in the on the keyboard and would not know what to do with out it. The extra scroll button for the mouse is really handy as well as the keyboard light built into the screen.The keyboard is comfortable and well laid out.

The software that comes with the machine is very good, especially if you are moving from network to network.For the most part it does a great job of figuring out what environment you are working and configures itself appropriately.

About the only drawback to the machine is the price, but what you pay extra you get back in less aggravation and a better experience with a machine that (if you are like me) use every day.
... Read more


6. IBM THINKPAD X40 CENTRINO-738 512MB ( 2386HCU )

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Asin: B0007CO9N0
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: IBM (Aap Misc Parts)
Sales Rank: 643
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Product Description

The thin, light, newly redesigned IBM ThinkPad X40 notebook with Intel Centrino Mobile Technology (select models) is perfect for staff on the go. It features long battery life and the optional ThinkPad X4 UltraBase Dock for a choice of drives and connections.Like air bag technology, the new IBM Active Protection System features built-in motion sensors. When a fall is detected, this innovation helps protect the hard disk drive. That makes it less likely data on your hard disk drive will be lost from some crashes, such as being dropped or knocked off a desk. To help decrease expenses, look inside for IBM ThinkVantage Technologies and ThinkVantage Design elements. You'll see how to work more confidently and efficiently - and gain more time to focus on strategic goals. ... Read more


7. Thinkpad Port Replicator II

our price: $184.99
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Asin: B00008MOEG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: IBM
Sales Rank: 10837
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8. IBM ThinkPad G41 2881 - Mobile Pentium 4 538 3.2 GHz - 15" TFT ( 28816CU )

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Asin: B000791D0K
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: IBM (Aap Misc Parts)
Sales Rank: 565
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Product Description

The ThinkPad G41 is a powerful notebook that incorporates the dynamic processing power and high-precision graphics of a desktop in a mobile system - well suited for users needing an economical way to migrate from a desktop to a mobile notebook PC. Helping to streamline daily tasks, the ThinkPad G41 offers a variety of IBM ThinkVantage Technologies that help customers improve PC security, provide choice and ease-of-use in wireless capabilities, and simplify PC management for users and IT staff. ... Read more


9. IBM USB Keyboard with UltraNav ( 31P8950 )

our price: $108.61
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Asin: B00009APTK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: IBM
Sales Rank: 15705
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars If you like your laptop keyboard, you'll like this product
I bought this keyboard when I was trying to replace my MS Natural Elite keyboard with something that included a pointing device. I liked this keyboard enough that I didn't return it, but I'm back using my Microsoft Natural Elite because I've gotten so used to the keyboard layout.

Unlike some other combination keyboard/pointing devices, this one works very well. They keyboard feel is quite good, with a very short, sharp throw on each key, and a well positioned and easy to use pointing device. The only problem with this keyboard is that it is laid out like a laptop keyboard, which means that some keys are too small and oddly located.

In all, its a good choice if you want a keyboard on your desktop that matches the keyboard on your laptop ... Read more


10. IBM Multi-Burner Drive Plus Ultrabay Enhanced - DVDRW / DVD-RAM drive - IDE ( 73P3312 )

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Asin: B0006B46T4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: IBM (Aap Misc Parts)
Sales Rank: 23220
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11. IBM THINKPAD X40 CENTRINO-738 256MB ( 2386E9U )
list price: $1,699.99
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Asin: B0006OCFQC
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: IBM (Aap Misc Parts)
Sales Rank: 614
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Product Description

IBM ThinkPad X40 Express Model Notebook PC IBM ThinkPad X Series notebooks offer ultimate mobility in a versatile ultraportable. The ThinkPad X40 provides Intel CentrinoTM mobile technology including the Intel Pentium M processor on select models, all-day battery life (up to 10 hours) on select models, and a full size keyboard in a design featuring the smallest footprint in its class. Enhancements also include the IBM Active Protection system, IBM Powered USB 2.0 Port and a Secure Digital card slot.Designed for extremely mobile users, the IBM ThinkPad X Series notebooks offer the ultimate mobility in a versatile ultraportable. ThinkPad X Series notebooks deliver heavyweight performance, long battery life and computing flexibility in an easily portable, thin-and-light design. The small and light ThinkPad X40 ultraportable notebook has the smallest footprint in its class for extreme mobility. ... Read more


12. Thinkpad Premiere Leathercarrying Case

our price: $108.99
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Asin: B00006B8W0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: IBM
Sales Rank: 44090
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13. IBM ThinkPad CD-RW/DVD Combo IV Ultrabay 2000 Drive (22P6991)

our price: $154.99
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Asin: B00008XYG3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: IBM (Aap Misc Parts)
Sales Rank: 6534
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Features

  • Adheres to DVD-Multi specification to provide playback compatibility across the formats endorsed by the DVD Forum
  • Buffer underrun protection helps reduce writing errors, helping to save time and money
  • Includes IBM RecordNow CD mastering and writing software
  • Includes DLA easy-to-use CD recording software and full-featured DVD movie navigation software (InterVideo WinDVD)

14. IBM ThinkPad G41 2886 - Mobile Pentium 4 532 3.06 GHz - 15" TFT ( 28865TU )
list price: $1,089.99
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Asin: B0006PS2YA
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: IBM (Aap Misc Parts)
Sales Rank: 714
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Product Description

IBM Think Express Model ThinkPad G41 Notebook PC The IBM ThinkPad G Series offers desktop-alternative functionality in a ThinkPad notebook for occasionally mobile users who need the flexibility to take work with them. ThinkPad G Series notebooks systems offer high performance and unique comfort features -- all at an affordable price. ... Read more


15. IBM ThinkPad T42 2379 - Pentium M 745 1.8 GHz - 15" TFT ( 2379R9U )

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Asin: B0006TVT8C
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: IBM (Aap Misc Parts)
Sales Rank: 699
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Making the power of a workstation mobile. Certified for graphics-intensive applications, ThinkPad T42 series mobile workstation offers high performance in a thin and light notebook. ... Read more

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Laptop for business
Excellent Screen, powerful battery, three year warranty, sturdy construction and relative light weight make this a great choice for the frequent business traveler. I used to own a T40 with 14" screen. This model adds a little more size, however, the larger screen is worth it. This is the third IBM laptop I have owned and travel with it every week. In my opinion IBM's are much more sturdy than a Dell or Compaq. ... Read more


16. IBM THINKPAD T42SMB CENTRINO-1.7G 5 ( 2379DXU )
list price: $1,799.99
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Asin: B0002OQXXC
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: IBM (Aap Misc Parts)
Sales Rank: 945
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Product Description

IBM ThinkPad T42 Notebook PC Take the next step in the evolution of the ThinkPad with the T40 series. With an energy-efficient Pentium M processor and a full suite of features, this is one notebook that will help you make short work of large projects and keep you productive while out of the office. This Centrino model is configured with a 1.7GHz Pentium M 735 processor, a 2MB L2 cache, a 60GB hard drive and 512MB PC2700 DDR SDRAM, expandable to 2GB. In addition to the 400MHz front bus speed and one Type III/two Type I/II PC Card slot(s), it offers a 24x24x24x8 (max. speeds) CD-RW/DVD-ROM combo drive. For your communications needs, it features a Gigabit Ethernet card and Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG. The embedded security chip helps keep your online transactions and messages private. The 15.0" TFT FlexView display with wide viewing angle and high density supports internal resolutions up to 1400 x 1050 and external resolutions up to 2048 x 1536 in 16 million colors with ATI Mobility Radeon 9600 graphics and 64MB DDR SDRAM. The SoundMAX audio with built-in speakers provides great sound. It comes with a rechargeable Li-Ion battery pack, an AC adapter, a keyboard with light and an UltraNav pointer. Windows XP Professional is pre-installed. ... Read more


17. IBM Microdrive 1 GB with Compact Flash Card Adapter
by IBM

Asin: B000056SRE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: IBM
Sales Rank: 14190
Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 1 GB storage capacity
  • Deliver high performance, low power consumption, and reliability in a compact physical package
  • Compact Flash Type II/PCMCIA Interface
  • Maximum sustained data rate exceeding 4 MB/sec
  • 3600 RPM, 15 ms average. seek time

Reviews (10)

5-0 out of 5 stars Why buy 1GB?
Well, I just reviewed the 4GB version of this item, and was surprised to discover that the 1GB sells for more than $200. So, here's the shortcut info on getting the 4GB version of this drive for the same price:

Step 1: Browse for the Creative Labs Nomad MuVo 4 GB MP3 Player on Amazon.
Step 2: Buy the player for $200.
Step 3: Unscrew the back of the player.
Step 4: Take out the 4GB Hitachi microdrive and throw away the player.
Step 5: Pop the microdrive in your cam, format it and voila!

There you have it, 4GB for only $200, instead of the listed $480!

5-0 out of 5 stars The Microdrive wins my heart
This little guy will hold about 400 high quality pictures taken with my Canon EOS 10D. Thanks to Windows XP and the card adapter, I just plug it right into my Toshiba Satellite laptop and, cha ching! I have instant access to all the photos. There was no need to muck with finding and downloading drivers. It has enough storage capacity for a weekend trip's worth of photos. And the price is considerably lower than the current Compact Flash type II cards of similar capacity.

5-0 out of 5 stars Reliable and fast
The 1GB Microdrive has worked well in a Toshiba e755 Pocket PC. It mounts as a folder, just like with flash memory in Pocket PCs. It's fast, silent and reliable, although does draw more power than normal CF cards. The price is right. If you have more to spend, wait for the upcoming 4GB (later this year) and 7GB (and also a rumored 10GB version) early 2004. The new ones will be made by Hitachi.

5-0 out of 5 stars good storage
I use the 1GB microdrive for my Toshiba e755 to store/open/playback movies, captured digital photos, mp3's, and MS Office documents on the go. It seems to be reliable so far, since my main concern was internally moving parts causing a reliability concern. Nevertheless, it performs well, and it costs less per megabyte, for now, to store items on it. I am eagerly expecting the upcoming Hitachi 4GB microdrive.

5-0 out of 5 stars Am I lucky or what?
Used this card for over a year,alternating w/cf card...1000's of RAW and hi-rez
jpegs, carried in a pack or a pocket,1oo to -20 degrees, still works like the
energizer bunny. In camera formatted after every download. Those with problems on new cards should get a FREE replacement and not a repaired card,
just like the best cars, 1 out of a 1000 is a lemon. ... Read more


18. IBM 1GB PC2700 CL2.5 NP DDR SDRAM ( 31P9834 )

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Asin: B0000Y7W1G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: IBM (Aap Misc Parts)
Sales Rank: 51288
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Product Description

Fast Double Data Rate PC2700 memory offers maximum data transfer rates up to 2700MB/sec to help you get more out of demanding applications. Adding more IBM is one of the least expensive ways to help boost overall system performance and allows more multitasking which saves time and hassle. Data transfer rates vary and are often less than the maximum possible. ... Read more


19. TP T30 NB P4/2000 256MB-40GB DVD UNAV ETH WXPP

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Asin: B00006LHTT
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: IBM (Aap Misc Parts)
Sales Rank: 919
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Product Description

In the office, on the road and anywhere in between, IBM ThinkPad T Series notebooks are the perfect solution for frequent travelers requiring big functionality without a heavy load. Protected by a Titanium Composite cover, a high-resolution TFT display provides comfortable viewing and keeps spreadsheets and presentations looking great.IBM ThinkPad T30 notebooks pack even more power with Intel processor and, starting at just 2.2kg, mean you don't have to sacrifice performance for portability. With migration and uptime solutions, integrated wireless and security technologies and global IBM service and support, ThinkPad T30 notebooks make computing simpler and easier to manage. ... Read more


20. IBM ThinkPad G41 2886 - Mobile Pentium 4 532 3.06 GHz - 15" TFT ( 288692U )
list price: $1,189.99
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Asin: B0006UKM4S
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: IBM (Aap Misc Parts)
Sales Rank: 824
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Product Description

IBM Think Express Model ThinkPad G41 Notebook PC The IBM ThinkPad G Series offers desktop-alternative functionality in a ThinkPad notebook for occasionally mobile users who need the flexibility to take work with them. ThinkPad G Series notebooks systems offer high performance and unique comfort features -- all at an affordable price. ... Read more


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