ThinkPad Series 3 Docking Stations/Port Replicator

So what are the differences between the Series 3 docking station/port replicator option? 1. Series 3 Ultrabase The series 3 ultrabase is used on the X220(i), X220t, X230 and X230t. Features: Serial Ultrabay Slim (9.5 mm) – 6 Gbps/SATAIII VGA monitor Displayport Headphone Jack Microphone Jack 4 x USB 2.0 Key locking mechanism Kensington lock …

ThinkPad X301 supporting WQXGA or WQHD

So one of those people whom still have their ThinkPad X301 and want to use the onboard displayport for connecting to LCD greater than single link DVI resolution (i.e. 1920×1200). The good news is that the ThinkPad X301 can support 27 inch (WQHD 2560 x 1440) and 30 inch (WQXGA 2560 x 1600), which are …

ThinkPad X1 LCD support

So if you got the ThinkPad X1 and want to get multiple external LCD support (i.e. more 2), then this is how you suppose to approach this. If you don’t need the internal LCD to be on, then you can use the HDMI and mini Displayport. 1. The HDMI is capable of supporting 1 LCD …

ThinkPad T430s RapidCharge

So it has came to my attention that Lenovo North America does not offer the 4 cells rapidcharge battery option on their eCommerce website, and some of the T430s owners are getting confused as to which batteries have RapidCharge feature. For those whom do not know, the ThinkPad T430s has three battery options, which are: …

Thunderbolt port on ThinkPad T430s

One of the really neat feature of the recent Macbook Pro/Air is the provision of the Thunderbolt port (or two in MBP Retina), these new high speed ports give up to 10 gb/s of transfer speed, which is double of the ExpressCard 2.0 slot. This gives the possibility of connecting high speed external harddrive, large …

How to switch to Legacy Function Key Mode

If you just got your ThinkPad Edge laptop, then you maybe aware that the Function keys (i.e. F1 to F12) on the keyboard activates the various multimedia functions rather than the normal F1 to F12 functions. This may or may not suit your needs, depending on the applications you use. For me i find this …