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ThinkPad 25 Celebrates 25 Years of Thinkpad
« on: September 25, 2017, 08:46:03 PM »
It's hard to believe for a lot of the readers of BCCHardware that the ThinkPad goes back to 1992. That's right, the ThinkPad is 25 years old and to celebrate, Lenovo is releasing the ThinkPad 25. It takes some fo the styling from the older notebook, but thankfully most of that stops with the colorful logo. As for specs, it comes with a Core i7 CPU, 1080p display, 16GB DDR4, SSD storage and more. At the end of the day, it's a very capable machine that throws back to the origin of the name. I'd take one.

   The ThinkPad laptop has quite a history, going back as far as 1992. The laptop was originally designed for IBM by Richard Sapper and was based on the Japanese bento box that would keep everything elegantly hidden when closed, but would reveal its beautiful innards when fully open. It has long been rumored that Lenovo was toying with the idea of releasing a 25th-anniversary model with confirmation in June from the company itself.Source: Neowin

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