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Lenovo ThinkPad T400s

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Lenovo ThinkPad T400s
Lenovo ThinkPad T400s (Thinkpad T Serie)
Bildschirm
14.1 Zoll 16:10, 1440 x 900 Pixel
Gewicht
1.4 kg
Preis
1400 Euro

 

Preisvergleich

Bewertung: 83.73% - Gut
Durchschnitt von 26 Bewertungen (aus 37 Tests)
Preis: 59%, Leistung: 72%, Ausstattung: 79%, Bildschirm: 71% Mobilität: 75%, Gehäuse: 85%, Ergonomie: 90%, Emissionen: 86%

Testberichte für das Lenovo ThinkPad T400s

90% Lenovo ThinkPad T400s NSDD4GE
Quelle: Notebookjournal Deutsch
Das T400S ist ein Business-Notebook der absoluten Spitzenklasse: Es ist leicht und schmal, hochwertig verarbeitet und bietet Leistung satt. Vor allem aber arbeitet es trotz seiner hohen Rechenleistung bemerkenswert leise. Die Akkulaufzeit ist mit 194 Minuten (Battery Eater Classic Test; 3,2 Stunden) angesichts der CPU-Leistung sehr gut. Typische Consumer Modelle wie Acer Timeline mit Intel CULV SU3500 oder SU4100 halten deutlich länger durch. Sie rechnen dafür aber auch deutlich langsamer.
90, price 70, performance 90, equipment 50, display 50, mobility 70, workmanship 70, ergonomy 80
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Lang, Datum: 08.10.2009
Bewertung: Gesamt: 90% Preis: 70% Leistung: 90% Ausstattung: 50% Bildschirm: 50% Mobilität: 70% Gehäuse: 70% Ergonomie: 80%
88% Lenovo ThinkPad T400s
Quelle: Notebookcheck Deutsch
Lenovo hat beim T400s an den richtigen Stellschrauben gedreht und vor allem beim reduzierten Gewicht ein enormes Plus an Mobilität erreicht. Fast wunschlos glücklich macht die vielfältige Schnittstellenausstattung, die mit UMTS-Modem, eSATA und Displayport gleich drei aktuelle Verbindungsmöglichkeiten bietet, die nicht nur im Geschäftskundenbereich von Interesse sind. Nicht ganz auf dem gewohnten Qualitätsniveau finden sich die Stabilität des Displaydeckels und die der Tastatur wieder. Auch könnte das leicht geänderte Tasten-Layout manchen eingewöhnten Vielschreiber etwas stören.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Lang, Datum: 25.09.2009
Bewertung: Gesamt: 88% Leistung: 78% Bildschirm: 75% Gehäuse: 94% Ergonomie: 90% Emissionen: 84%
87% Lenovo Thinkpad T400s
Quelle: Chip.de Deutsch
Lenovos Thinkpad T400s überzeugt vor allem mit hervorragender Verarbeitung, sehr guter Ausstattung und dank pfeilschneller SSD auch mit Top-Geschwindigkeit im Office-Betrieb. Beim Display verliert Lenovo durch das schlechte Kontrastverhältnis allerdings ein paar Punkte. Dennoch erringt das Thinkpad Platz 1 in unserer Bestenliste. Mit rund 2.600 Euro ist das T400s zwar kein Schnäppchen - aber ein besseres Notebook werden Sie momentan nicht finden.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Lang, Datum: 14.09.2009
Bewertung: Gesamt: 87% Leistung: 94% Ausstattung: 96% Bildschirm: 71% Mobilität: 69% Ergonomie: 100%
Mini-Vielfalt
Quelle: c't - 18/09 Deutsch
Trotz schlanker Silhouette bringt das Thinkpad T400s einen potenten Prozessor, ein hochauflösendes Display und UMTS mit.
Einzeltest, online nicht verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 01.08.2009
Bewertung: Leistung: 60% Ausstattung: 80% Bildschirm: 80% Mobilität: 90% Ergonomie: 90% Emissionen: 90%

Ausländische Testberichte

Lenovo ThinkPad T410s Review
Quelle: Notebookreview.com Englisch EN→DE
The Lenovo ThinkPad T410s is an interesting notebook acting as a stopgap between the smaller 13.3" ultraportable X301 and the full-size 14.1-inch T410. With a super thin body that still retains its optical drive the T410s gives you most features of the larger T410 minus about 2lbs of extra bulk. With that weight savings you lose the extended 9-cell battery, faster GPU and CPU options, and wider range of compatible hard drives. For most business clients this wouldn't be a problem since weight can be a huge factor when looking at a notebook. Overall some areas could have been better, like the 4+ hours of battery life where the previous version managed almost 6, and the lackluster screen with a poor contrast ratio. Users looking for the best possible battery life-as well as higher performance-should really consider the SSD upgrade, as the 1.8-inch hard drive left us asking for more. In the end with the right options the T410s can be one of the perfect business companions with almost all the features of the larger ThinkPad T410.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Kurz, Datum: 26.08.2010
Bewertung: Preis: 70% Leistung: 60% Ausstattung: 80% Ergonomie: 90%
87% Lenovo ThinkPad T400s
Quelle: PC World Englisch EN→DE
The Lenovo Thinkpad T400s range sells for Rs. 90,000. It also comes with three years' warranty. At that price, it's not targeted at the budget-conscious businessperson who will be buying the Dell Vostro V13 or the HP ProBook 4520s. Instead, the Lenovo Thinkpad T400s attracts small, medium business and enterprise customers who are interested in a robust, rugged, light, slim, easy-to-carry 14-inch laptop that offers decent performance, has a very good keyboard-touchpad combo, and comes with useful proprietary software to better manage their laptop and secure the data on it.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Kurz, Datum: 16.06.2010
Bewertung: Gesamt: 87%
90% Lenovo ThinkPad T400s Multitouch notebook
Quelle: Good Gear Guide Englisch EN→DE
With the release of Windows 7 and its inbuilt support for multitouch input and gestures, touch-screen computing is gathering steam. The touch screen on the Lenovo ThinkPad T400s Multitouch is responsive and accurate. It's not just a novelty; it can actually be useful if you're a photographer or designer. We also love the keyboard and build quality of the T400s laptop, but wish the location of some of the ports was more convenient.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Lang, Datum: 18.12.2009
Bewertung: Gesamt: 90%
84% Lenovo ThinkPad T400s multi-touch: power at your finger tips
Quelle: Hexus Englisch EN→DE
There's a lot to like when it comes to Lenovo's multi-touch ThinkPad T400s. Build quality is about as good as it gets, and both the keyboard and trackpad are of a very high standard.

With a quick Intel Core 2 Duo processor and a solid-state drive at the helm, all-round system responsiveness is excellent. Coupled with near-silent operation and an ultra-thin form factor, it's almost a business masterclass.


Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Lang, Datum: 25.11.2009
Bewertung: Gesamt: 84%
90% Review: ThinkPad T400s touch – Multi-touch Your ThinkPad
Quelle: Geek.com Englisch EN→DE

Ultimately this is the addition of some interesting, and potentially useful, technology to a very good notebook. It’s an option, not standard equipment, so if it doesn’t appeal to you then you don’t have to get it. At $400 it’s not something that too many people will be trying, unless you have a very effective way of taking advantage of the touch system. Multi-touch will be a bigger upgrade for the X200 tablet which will be getting a considerable boost in features where on the T400s it doesn’t feel like much more than a cool toy tacked on to an already complete computer.


Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 20.10.2009
Bewertung: Gesamt: 90%
50% Lenovo T400s, an incredibly lightweight ultraportable for business use
Quelle: ITNews Australia Englisch EN→DE
Lenovo has been producing some excellent low-priced models in recent times. Part of the excellence is the traditional IBM keyboard, which provides for comfortable all-day computing.

At the very top-end of the market, Lenovo has also been producing top-notch machines, including the W700ds that took our Labs Winner and A-list awards in last issue's Ultimate Laptops group test. So we were keen to see how the mid-range T400s would perform.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Kurz, Datum: 12.10.2009
Bewertung: Gesamt: 50% Preis: 50% Leistung: 50% Ausstattung: 50%
90% Lenovo ThinkPad T400s
Quelle: Mobile Tech Review Englisch EN→DE
The Lenovo ThinkPad T400s is one of the first Windows 7 notebooks to have a multi touch display, and it’s fast at running most productivity applications. It has the signature ThinkPad look and solid build, a great keyboard and a good camera for web conferencing. Though not the center of the design for a business notebook, the multi touch feature shows lots of potential and the Lenovo SimpleTap interface demonstrates that well. The ThinkPad has great power for video and music playback. We highly recommend that you get the SSD option for fast OS tasks and multimedia. If you don’t need the multi touch screen however, get the other model in the T400s series that’s a few hundred bucks less.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Lang, Datum: 01.10.2009
Bewertung: Gesamt: 90%
Lenovo T400s Thinkpad: One tough cookie
Quelle: Star Techcentral Englisch EN→DE
The Lenovo T400s Thinkpad is a sturdy business notebook for a high-flying executive or businessman that needs the protection and connectivity options that it offers. The most important thing in a computer is the data and the sturdy casing is capable of protecting this important asset. The video output and display controls will be handy during a presentation. And the varied connectivity options allows the user to stay connected to the Internet. The only grouse is, with the high price, it should have included a dedicated graphics chip. Overall, the Lenovo T400s Thinkpad is a tough machine and it excels at everything an executive would need of it.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 18.09.2009
Bewertung: Preis: 40% Leistung: 40% Ausstattung: 80% Mobilität: 90% Gehäuse: 80%
70% Lenovo ThinkPad T400s (Multitouch)
Quelle: PC Mag Englisch EN→DE
The Lenovo ThinkPad T400s (Multitouch) ($2,395 direct) incites lust among business users. It has the Lenovo ThinkPad X301's exquisitely thin dimensions, but offers a 14-inch LED widescreen. It's the lightest business laptop in its class—and that's with an internal optical drive. The latest edition (and bear in mind that this is not a convertible tablet) incorporates a multitouch screen that allows you to use one or several fingers to navigate the screen. The Lenovo ThinkPad T400s (Multitouch), a big-screen version of the ThinkPad X300 commands the same kind of awe, and now has multitouch capability.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 15.09.2009
Bewertung: Gesamt: 70%
Lenovo ThinkPad T400s Multi-Touch Notebook
Quelle: Hot Hardware Englisch EN→DE
In the end, the ThinkPad T400s Multi-Touch is a fast, solid and snappy machine that's somewhat overpriced. When you start a machine at $2000, you best bring everything and the kitchen sink. The integrated GPU should be tossed at this price point considering the competition.  While we understand that multi-touch input and the associated interface that Lenovo supplies are nice extras, this package is tough to justify at about a $400 up-charge. If you could convert this machine into a tablet and use it that way, we could possibly justify the price. But as it stands today, the multi-touch display is nothing more than a functional novelty. You'll be perfectly fine without it, and your wallet will be better off for skipping it.40
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Lang, Datum: 15.09.2009
Bewertung: Preis: 40% Leistung: 40% Emissionen: 90%
Lenovo ThinkPad T400s Touch Review
Quelle: Notebookreview.com Englisch EN→DE
The Lenovo ThinkPad T400s Touch is a very cool idea, bringing a touch interface to a standard notebook. It gives users the capability to interact with the computer on a much more natural level and has huge potential for CAD applications or even messing around while surfing the web. The only problem right now that I see is that it was added to an already expensive model, putting it well out of reach for most users. Adding it on the base T400, which starts $749, instead of the T400s which starts at $1,599 would have been the better choice. Besides some preproduction quirks we saw it was a good implementation that didn't even affect battery life. If you are looking at the T400s currently, and could expand the budget by $400, it might be worth adding to the notebook for future uses.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 15.09.2009
Bewertung: Preis: 40%
78% Lenovo ThinkPad T400s (MultiTouch)
Quelle: CNet Englisch EN→DE
Lenovo's ThinkPad brand is virtually synonymous with business laptops, and the company (like IBM before it) has spent years perfecting the nondescript black-box system, with its iconic TrackPoint and double set of mouse buttons. We liked the 14-inch T400s ("s" for "slim") when we first saw it earlier this year (see that review), as it shaved some thickness and weight off the older T400 model. Now Lenovo is offering an enhanced version of the T400s, adding a multitouch touch screen and some custom touch-screen software. A revamped version of Lenovo's slim ThinkPad T400s adds an innovative touch-screen package to the first Windows 7 laptop we've reviewed.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 14.09.2009
Bewertung: Gesamt: 78% Leistung: 80% Ausstattung: 80% Mobilität: 80%
70% Lenovo ThinkPad T400s (Touch)
Quelle: Laptop Mag Englisch EN→DE
This touch-enabled business notebook performs well, but it carries a hefty premium. The Lenovo ThinkPad T400s with touch packs the same groundbreaking performance as its nontouch sibling, and combines a responsive capacitive screen with simple but effective touch software. That said, we don’t think the significant increase in bulk and price are worth it for the average business user. If you plan to use a touch-specific app like SpaceClaim, it might make sense to pay the $400 premium and learn to live with the added weight and thickness. However, if you mostly use your notebook for Office apps and the Web, you’re better off with the original ThinkPad T400s.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Lang, Datum: 14.09.2009
Bewertung: Gesamt: 70%
92% Lenovo ThinkPad T400s Multi-Touch
Quelle: Computer Shopper Englisch EN→DE
Not too long ago, we raved about the Lenovo ThinkPad T400s, the thinnest, lightest—and in our opinion, best—14.1-inch thin-and-light notebook on the market. Now Lenovo has followed up that model with the ThinkPad T400s Multi-Touch. Set to debut with the launch of Windows 7 in October, the T400s Multi-Touch adds a touch screen to take advantage of the new operating system’s native touch-computing abilities. Add in a handy touch-enabled utility by Lenovo, and the ThinkPad T400s Multi-Touch delivers everything we loved about the original, and then some. Mobile professionals, exult: Windows 7 and advanced touch-screen capabilities make the best business thin-and-light on the market even better.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Lang, Datum: 01.09.2009
Bewertung: Gesamt: 92%
80% Lenovo ThinkPad T400s
Quelle: ITP Englisch EN→DE
In terms of performance the T400s is a solid machine thanks to its 2.4GHz dual-core CPU, 2Gbytes of DDR3 memory and quick, not to mention large, 120Gbyte SSD drive. These components helped the Lenovo score very well in our PCMark Vantage tests. For starters it returned a high Productivity suite score of 8074, while the Main score of 5248 was also very impressive, as were all the other test numbers. Owning to the rather basic onboard video however, the T400s isn’t exactly a graphics powerhouse. A well rounded business notebook that is only held back by its higher than average end user price.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Kurz, Datum: 03.08.2009
Bewertung: Gesamt: 80% Preis: 60% Leistung: 80% Ausstattung: 80%
87% Lenovo ThinkPad T400s Notebook Review
Quelle: Hardware Central Englisch EN→DE
Nobody does notebooks better. Most of the time Lenovo makes solidly capable systems, whether style-conscious consumer models like the IdeaPad Y450 or corporate fleet fodder like the ThinkPad T400 and T500. But every so often, Lenovo lets its engineers loose on a showpiece and we end up swooning like schoolgirls at a Jonas Brothers concert. Fourteen months ago, it was the 13.3-inch ThinkPad X300/X301, and we gushed, "Best notebook ever." Now it's the 14.1-inch ThinkPad T400s. Brace yourself. The s stands for swoon. All told, the T400s is simply another of the simply exceptional notebooks that Lenovo produces on a regular basis. The older, chunkier ThinkPad T400 is still available starting at $749, but if your company gives you one your boss is either on a tight budget or doesn't like you very much.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 28.07.2009
Bewertung: Gesamt: 87% Preis: 100% Leistung: 100% Ausstattung: 100%
Lenovo ThinkPad T400s Review
Quelle: Notebookreview.com Englisch EN→DE
  Overall I think Lenovo put a lot of time into thinking through the changes they made with the T400s so they wouldn't offend too many ThinkPad customers. The keyboard change is significant, but for all intents and purposes they stuck with the tried-and-true design. The keys feel the same, the core layout is the same, the only thing that changed were the function and media keys. Even though the keys look weird at first it takes about 3 seconds to adapt to the new layout. I think the super slim and lightweight design is excellent, moving to a layout that is easier to service by the end-user
Leistung 80, Mobilität 50, Verarbeitung 95
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Lang, Datum: 18.07.2009
Bewertung: Leistung: 80% Mobilität: 50% Gehäuse: 95%
Lenovo ThinkPad T400s
Quelle: Small Business Computing Englisch EN→DE
When a big company feels inclined to mess with a classic, it had better get it right—just ask Coca-Cola. Lenovo has introduced a new version of its iconic T-series, the best-selling business laptop series ever and the progenitor of the “thin-and-light” portable category.

The ThinkPad T400s has a starting price of $1,599. That’s no budget entry, but given the standard features, the price is reasonable. If you travel frequently and want the thinnest, lightest no-compromises laptop available, the T400s is worth every penny.


Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 09.07.2009
Bewertung: Preis: 70% Mobilität: 80%
80% Lenovo ThinkPad T400s
Quelle: PC Mag Englisch EN→DE
The wheels were set in motion for the advent of the ThinkPad T400s ($1,995 direct) the minute Lenovo launched the ThinkPad X300 (and subsequently, the X301). A larger version of that highly sought-after 13-inch business ultraportable was the next logical step. At the same time, though, the flagship ThinkPad T400 desperately needed an update, so it's fitting their paths would intersect. Lenovo just added an "s" to the model name, but the system changes are dramatic. The ThinkPad T400s takes the X300's exquisitely thin dimensions and widens them with a 14-inch LED widescreen. The Lenovo ThinkPad T400s is a big-screen iteration of the ThinkPad X300 and commands the same kind of awe.
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 06.07.2009
Bewertung: Gesamt: 80%
90% Lenovo ThinkPad T400s thin & light laptop Review
Quelle: Laptop Logic Englisch EN→DE
  The ThinkPad T400s delivers as well as, or in some cases better than, previous ThinkPads. It should also set the standard for 14-inch widescreen notebooks in the industry and show up most competitors, even if the pricing is not entirely comparable. Performance is snappy as ever and the T400s has nearly every feature in the book, even adding a few new ones that will hopefully become more common.
90, Leistung 40, Ausstattung 100, Mobilität 80
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Lang, Datum: 29.06.2009
Bewertung: Gesamt: 90% Leistung: 40% Ausstattung: 100% Mobilität: 80%
90% Lenovo Thinkpad T400s review
Quelle: PC Advisor Englisch EN→DE
 

The Lenovo ThinkPad T400s (the "s" could stand for "small" or even "surprising") is an evolutionary step up from the ThinkPad T400, which is itself a good all-purpose business laptop. Thanks to sturdy construction and great performance packed inside a slim profile, the T400s is a winner, and great for the jet-setter who wants a little more out of their mobile machine.


90, Leistung 90, Verarbeitung 80
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 24.06.2009
Bewertung: Gesamt: 90% Leistung: 90% Gehäuse: 80%
77% Lenovo ThinkPad T400s
Quelle: CNet Englisch EN→DE
  Although Lenovo has been reinventing itself as of late with its IdeaPad and Netbook lines, they're still a company known for boxy, business-end ThinkPads. There's no shame there: the ThinkPad was revolutionary in its time, and the iconic (if plain) design defined the modern business laptop. It also put Lenovo on the map after taking the brand over from IBM. The T400s is the lightest 14-inch ThinkPad yet from Lenovo--just be ready to pay for the convenience.
77, Leistung 80, Ausstattung 80, Mobilität 80
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 24.06.2009
Bewertung: Gesamt: 77% Leistung: 80% Ausstattung: 80% Mobilität: 80%
72% Lenovo Thinkpad T400S
Quelle: PC World Englisch EN→DE
With the T400s laptop, Lenovo proves that size matters by heaping on features, cutting the girth, and building a lean, mean business machine. Starting at $1599, the Lenovo ThinkPad T400s can be a compelling little laptop. Of course, once you start adding all the bells and whistles, the price kicks up significantly (our model, as reviewed, sells for $2130). Still, thanks to sturdy construction and great performance packed inside a slim profile, the T400s is a winner, and great for the jet-setter who wants a little more out of their mobile machine.
72, Performance 84, Features 77
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 24.06.2009
Bewertung: Gesamt: 72% Leistung: 84% Ausstattung: 77%
100% Lenovo ThinkPad T400s 14.1-inch Thin and Light Laptop PC
Quelle: Comp Reviews Englisch EN→DE
  Lenovo's new ThinkPad T400s business laptop is their smallest and lightest of the T series and borders on the territory of their ultraportable X series. Weighing just 3.9 pounds and less than an inch thick, this is a system that can be taken just about anywhere. With its wide range of networking options, strong performance and excellent durability, it makes a superb laptop for the business traveler who doesn't want to sacrifice features with an ultraportable. About the only drawbacks are the fairly high $1599 starting price and the lack of a dedicated graphics.
100
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Kurz, Datum: 23.06.2009
Bewertung: Gesamt: 100%
Lenovo Thinkpad T400s notebook
Quelle: Geek.com Englisch EN→DE
  Overall, Lenovo did a great job of getting the best selling ThinkPad, the T400, and refining the design while shaving off some weight. Some ThinkPad purists will have complaints, but we should take notice that the red LED light is gone from the lid (it was very unThinkPad) and all the design changes are in line with what businesses expect from a T series notebook (for example, no titanium lid). Buyers will have to consider the lack of discrete graphics and limited options with the processor, as well as the use of a 1.8-inch disk, but you still have the optical drive, a great keyboard, and very nice build quality. For that person that needs a T series, but travels a lot or just wants to save some weight, the T400s will be an excellent option.
Mobilität 80, Verarbeitung 90
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Lang, Datum: 23.06.2009
Bewertung: Mobilität: 80% Gehäuse: 90%
Lenovo ThinkPad T400s Notebook Review
Quelle: Hot Hardware Englisch EN→DE
 

Realizing business users will also value wireless connectivity and VoIP communications, Lenovo well equipped this notebook with a two megapixel camera for better quality images, better, louder speakers than were found on the T400, and a range of wireless connectivity options. To help reduce ambient noise, Lenovo also added dual digital microphones as well as separate speaker and microphone mute buttons with LED lights to indicate which button is on.

Overall, Lenovo’s new T400s offers many advantages over previous models. If a thin and light notebook is on your wish list, and extreme graphics performance isn’t a must-have feature, then the T400s is absolutely a worthy contender.
Leistung 40, Mobilität 60, Emissionen 80
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Lang, Datum: 23.06.2009
Bewertung: Preis: 40% Mobilität: 60% Emissionen: 80%
90% Lenovo ThinkPad T400s
Quelle: Hardware Zone Englisch EN→DE
  Retailing at a starting price of US$1500 (~S$2185) for the base models, the ThinkPad T400s is priced low enough to compete with the other similar portable business notebooks in the market. Bear in mind though, the higher end models (which is similar to our review unit's configuration) will definitely be priced much higher, especially when you factor in a sizable SSD drive. Overall, the Lenovo ThinkPad T400s is a well built and portable business notebook that can stand up to whatever duty calls for and as such we're giving this unit our Editor's Choice award. Just watch out for the possible excessive price tag if you want to match up to the specifications of our test notebook.
90
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Lang, Datum: 23.06.2009
Bewertung: Gesamt: 90%
Lenovo ThinkPad T400s laptop review
Quelle: Slashgear Englisch EN→DE
  Of course, for many enterprise users it’s Windows or nothing, and as long as you’re not expecting to do any major video crunching the T400s should prove a highly capable machine. The extra screen space, more powerful processor and improved port selection above the T301 come with a relatively minor bulk and weight increase, which the sober casing hides well. We can’t help but wish that the 9-cell battery option of the T400 was available, but the ability to hot-swap the optical drive for a second battery (or a second hard-drive) goes a long way to making up for it.
Leistung 80, Display 80
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Lang, Datum: 22.06.2009
Bewertung: Leistung: 80% Bildschirm: 80%
80% Lenovo ThinkPad T400s
Quelle: Laptop Mag Englisch EN→DE
 

No other 14-inch business notebook can beat this new ThinkPad’s combination of performance and portability. The Lenovo ThinkPad T400s is no bargain, but if you want an incredibly powerful business notebook in a remarkably thin design, it’s worth every penny. This system’s sleek looks, top-notch keyboard, blindingly fast performance, and durable chassis allow the T400s to earn an Editors’ Choice Award. This system would be even more compelling if it offered longer endurance without an extra battery, but most users will find its better-than-average runtime more than adequate.


80
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Lang, Datum: 18.06.2009
Bewertung: Gesamt: 80%
91% Lenovo ThinkPad T400s
Quelle: Computer Shopper Englisch EN→DE
  As always with the ThinkPad family, the ThinkPad T400s is designed primarily with business users in mind. But savvy consumers who want the ultimate 14-inch thin-and-light should also take a close look, especially if you can keep the price closer to the $1,599 base. It is, quite simply, the most portable and all-around best mainstream laptop money can buy. Lenovo worked its magic on the company’s stalwart T-series, creating the lightest 14.1-inch laptop on the market. Business buyers and discriminating consumers will appreciate this thin-tech showcase.
91
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 01.06.2009
Bewertung: Gesamt: 91%
91% Lenovo T400s professional
Quelle: PC Actual Spanisch ES→DE
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Sehr kurz, Datum: 19.04.2010
Bewertung: Gesamt: 91%
83% Đánh giá chi tiết Lenovo ThinkPad T400s
Quelle: Voz.vn VN→DE
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 07.01.2010
Bewertung: Gesamt: 83% Preis: 54% Mobilität: 76%
Đẳng cấp doanh nhân với Laptop ThinkPad T400s
Quelle: Kiến Thức Laptop VN→DE
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Kurz, Datum: 23.09.2009
Bewertung: Preis: 70% Leistung: 75%

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Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M: Im GL40 oder GS40 Chipsatz (Montevina Plattform) integrierte shared Memory Grafikkarte von Intel. Technisch eine geringer getaktete GMA 4500MHD (400 MHz versus 533) und durch den geringeren Takt auch kein BlueRay Logo Support. Diese Karten können nur sehr alte und sehr anspruchslose 3D Spiele flüssig darstellen.  Anwendungen wie Office, Internet surfen, Bildbearbeitung oder (SD) Videoschnitt sind jedoch ohne große Einschränkungen möglich. » Weitere Informationen gibt es in unserem Notebook-Grafikkartenvergleich und der Benchmarkliste.
Intel Core 2 Duo: Core Duo Nachfolger mit längerer Pipeline und 5-20% Geschwindigkeitszuwachs bei 0.5 - 3 Watt mehr Stromverbrauch.
Der Notebook Core 2 Duo ist baugleich mit den Desktop Core 2 Duo Prozessoren, jedoch werden die Notebook-Prozessoren mit niedrigeren Spannungen und geringerem Frontsidebus Takt betrieben. Von der Leistung bleiben gleichgetaktete Notebooks deswegen (und auch wegen der langsameren Festplatten) 20-25% hinter Desktop PCs.
SP9400: Relativ sparsamer 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo mit vollen 6 MB Level 2 Cache und daher guter Performance.» Weitere Infos gibt es in unserem Prozessorvergleich Vergleich mobiler Prozessoren und der Prozessoren Benchmarkliste .
14.1":
Diese Bildschirmgröße stellt den Übergangsbereich zwischen den kleinen Displays von Subnotebooks, Ultrabooks und den Standard-Größen von Office- und Multimedia-Notebooks dar. Displays mit dieser Größe sind heutzutage eher selten geworden. Große Bildschirmgrößen ermöglichen höhere Auflösungen und/oder man Details besser erkennen (zB größere Schrift). Kleinere Display-Diagonalen dagegen verbrauchen weniger Energie, sind oft billiger und ermöglichen handlichere, leichtere Geräte.
» Prüfen Sie in unserer DPI Liste, welche Displays wie fein aufgelöst sind.
1.4 kg:
In dieser Gewichtsklasse finden sich üblicherweise übergroße Tablets, Subnotebooks, Ultrabooks sowie Convertibles mit 10-13 Zoll Display-Diagonale.

Lenovo:
Lenovo („Le“ vom englischen legend, novo (Latein) für neu) wurde 1984 als chinesische Computerhandelsfirma gegründet. Ab 2004 war die Firma der größte Laptop-Hersteller Chinas und nach der Übernahme der PC-Sparte von IBM im Jahr 2005 der viertgrößte weltweit. Neben Desktops und Notebooks stellt das Unternehmen Monitore, Beamer, Server etc her.
2011 wurde die Mehrheit der Medion AG übernommen, einem europäischen Computer-Hardware-Hersteller. 2014 wurde Motorola Mobility gekauft, wodurch Lenovo einen Schub am Smartphone-Markt erreichte.
Von 2014 bis 2016 betrug der Marktanteil Lenovos am globalen Notebook-Markt 20-21% und lag damit auf Rang 2 hinter HP. Der Abstand verringerte sich aber sukzessive. Am Smartphone-Markt war Lenovo 2016 nicht unter den globalen Top 5 Herstellern.

83.73%: Diese Bewertung muss man eigentlich als durchschnittlich ansehen, denn es gibt etwa ebenso viele Notebooks mit besseren Beurteilungen wie Schlechteren. Die Verbalbeurteilungen klingen aber oft besser als sie wirklich sind, denn richtig gelästert wird über Notebooks eher selten. Obwohl dieser Bereich offiziell meist einem "Befriedigend" entspricht, passt oft eher "mäßiger Durchschnitt".
» Lesen Sie auch unsere Notebook-Kaufberatung.

Geräte eines anderen Herstellers und/oder mit einer anderen CPU

Novatech V14 743
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Celeron M 743

Geräte mit der selben GPU und/oder Bildschirmgröße

Lenovo ThinkPad L410
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Core 2 Duo P8700, 2.3 kg
Samsung RV408-A01
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Celeron Dual-Core T3500, 2.3 kg
Toshiba Satellite L510-PSLF8L
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Pentium Dual Core T4400, 2.3 kg
HP Compaq 420
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Core 2 Duo T6570, 2.2 kg
Asus P81IJ
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Core 2 Duo SU9400, 2.4 kg
HP Compaq Presario CQ42-115TU
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Pentium Dual Core T4400, 2.2 kg
Lenovo IdeaPad U450p-338933U
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Pentium Dual Core SU4100, 2.1 kg
Toshiba Satellite M505-S4940
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Pentium Dual Core T4200, 2.4 kg
Acer Travelmate 6493
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Core 2 Duo P8600, 2.5 kg

Geräte mit der selben Grafikkarte

Toshiba Satellite C660-15z
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Celeron M 925, 15.6", 2.5 kg
Samsung R540-JA0BUK
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Pentium P6100, 15.6", 2.4 kg
Schenker Xesia E500-2EC
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Celeron Dual-Core T3500, 15.6", 2.4 kg
Samsung RV510-A04UK
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Celeron Dual-Core T3500, 15.6", 2.5 kg
HP Compaq Presario CQ56-111SA
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Pentium Dual Core T4500, 15.6", 2.6 kg
HP 620-WS843EA
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Celeron M 900, 15.3", 2.4 kg
Zoostorm 3389-9209
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Core 2 Duo T6400, 15.6", 2.8 kg
HP Compaq Presario CQ56-100
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Celeron Dual-Core T3500, 15.6", 2.6 kg
Samsung RV510-A08UK
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Pentium Dual Core T4500, 15.6", 2.3 kg
Lenovo G550-2958
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Core i3 370M, 15.6", 2.7 kg
Dell Inspiron N5030
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Core 2 Duo T6600, 15.6", 2.7 kg
Toshiba Satellite C650-15X
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Pentium Dual Core T4500, 15.6", 2.4 kg
Samsung R530-JA09
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Celeron Dual-Core T3100, 15.6", 2.5 kg
Lenovo B550
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Pentium Dual Core T4400, 15.6", 2.8 kg
Asus K50C-SX009V
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Celeron M 900, 15.6", 2.2 kg
Acer Aspire 5334-902G25MN
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Celeron M 900, 15.6", 2.7 kg
Toshiba Satellite C650-144
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Celeron M 900, 15.6", 2.8 kg
Asus K50IJ-BNC5
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Pentium Dual Core T4500, 15.6", 2.6 kg
Toshiba Satellite C655-S5068
Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 4500M, Pentium Dual Core T4500, 15.6", 2.5 kg
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Autor: Stefan Hinum (Update: 30.04.2019)