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Lenovo Demos NVIDIA Optimus-Enabled ThinkPad T410s  - Lenovo Demos NVIDIA Optimus-Enabled ThinkPad T410s
Sun Nov 21, 2010 | 12:00P| PermaLink
There's little debate, if you took a poll of the notebook-toting business community, with respect to what the most popular workhorse machine has been over the past decade or more, the response would likely be the Lenovo (formerly IBM) ThinkPad. It almost sounds a little over-the-top actually but Lenovo is celebrating their 60 millionth ThinkPad sold (you're reading that right, they're apparently the McDonalds of notebooks... at least volume-wise) by announcing updates to three ThinkPad models. In addition, they're also unveiling their latest ThinkPad T410s machine, now infused with NVIDIA Optimus graphics switching technology. We caught up with Lenovo at a recent event in New York city and once again came away impressed with Lenovo's implementation and the innovation they bring to NVIDIA's exsiting Optimus solution. Not only was this the first notebook we've seen running both the integrated IGP and discrete NVIDIA GPU simultaneously but it's also first time we've seen a notebook capable of driving three external monitors, as well as the notebook's LCD simultaneously.

Gelid Tranquillo Heatsink Review - Gelid Tranquillo Heatsink Review
Mon Apr 12, 2010 | 5:18P| PermaLink

"The Gelid Tranquillo heatsink stands 153mm tall and ships with a single 120mm PWM fan mounted. The tower-style heatsink weighs 645 grams and is compatible with Intel socket 775/1156/1366 and AMD socket 754/939/940/AM2+/AM3 processors. While you might expect the Tranquillo to be an exposed base heatpipe heatsink, it is not. Instead the four copper heatpipes are grouped closely at the base on a small copper heatspreader, and also grouped relatively closely to one another where they pass through raw aluminum cooling fins."


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