Lenovo ThinkPad T440s Ultrabook

Lenovo's fresh design work is evident in the ThinkPad T440s, which is a great all-round business notebook

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    $ 1,999.00 (AUD)

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good battery life and hot swappable, keyboard
build quality, touchpad, bad software
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This is one of the worst laptops I have ever had. I was surprise by the finish when I first got it. It seemed like well built. The keyboard is good but I did not like the touchpad. The problem with this laptop is that after a few months, you start having problems. First, the touchpad does not work after sleep but comes back after reboot. And after a while, the touchpad stops working completely. This is a common issue with this laptop (you can look it up in the Lenovo forums). Now after 8 months of use, the display goes to sleep when I change the angle of the display a little bit. Last but not least, the software that comes with the laptop is not very good and after an update, the settings go back to default. I kept changing the reverse scroll after every update, until the touchpad stopped working. Bottom line, I would never recommend this laptop to anyone especially at over $1500. Thinkpad used to mean quality, until they were bought by Lenovo.

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