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I removed the optical disk drive. Are there any caddies that can put an SSD through this shit?
Something like this?
Should I buy a x1 carbon?
for 2-300$ more I could get a laptop with 3x the specs. But I want to use it for programming and I've heard only good thing about the keyboard which I must say look like heaven for fingers. Also need because I'm going back to school and the laptop I have is a gigantic ROG right now.
The keys are not the same but they are still good. The layout takes some time to get used to and you will most likely make changes in software but you get used to it. I do think it is a shame that lenovo didn't realized that the layout were important one of the great things about keep buying a thinkpad meant zero adjustment time when going from machine to machine. I doubt the chiclet layout will look the same next time I get a thinkpad and that is a real shame.
But as a main computer it is fine. You get used to it in a couple of weeks.
Is this what vaginas look like /g/?
I just bought a t440s, had it for about a month now. Really disapointed with the touchpad, it just feels so rickety, and there's no physical buttons.
Anything i can do to get physical buttons or am i out of luck?
Got my X201 yesterday.
How can I get alt gr + 2 for @ to work in Windows 7?
Also I installed all the drivers and shit from Windows Update.
Apart from hotkey features integration what other bloatware from Lenovo´s driver site is actually useful?