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I'd say in 2004, depending on the model and type you have , your ThinkPad is about 5-6 years old ThinkPad T40-series Includes the T40, T41, T42, T43, and associated p series (for performance; e.g., T43p). A typical 14.1-inch (360 mm) T4x weighs 4.9 lb (2.2 kg), slightly less than the 600-series, and features an Intel Pentium M Processor (ranging from the Intel Pentium M at 1.73 GHz to the Intel Pentium M 770 at 2.13 GHz), a 14.1 or 15-inch (380 mm) LCD (XGA, SXGA+), an integrated GPU (Intel Graphics Media Adapter 900) or a discrete GPU (Radeon 7500, 9000, Fire GL 9000, Fire GL T2, and Fire GL V3200 workstation CAD card that is slower in fullscreen video editing and computer games, and most notably 9600 and x300 which are faster for games), and a hard drive ranging in size from 30 to 100 GB with the Active Protection System to protect the hard drive (T41 and later models). p (mobile workstation) models typically offer FireGL CAD graphics, and are also available with a 14 in (360 mm) SXGA+ or a 15 in (380 mm) SXGA+/UXGA FlexView display with wide viewing angle and high density IPS technology. These 15-inch (380 mm) display models weigh slightly more than their lesser brethren, with optical drive and battery, at 2.7 kg (5.9 lb). One model of T42 also offered IPS SXGA+ 14 in technology. All T4x models use either 6-cell or 9-cell lithium-ion batteries, as well as an optional 3-cell Ultrabay Slim lithium-polymer battery. The 9-cell battery gives a runtime of 5+ hours and a crease allows the laptop to lay flat on an airplane tray-table. Some T42 and T43 models feature a biometric security system with built-in fingerprint reader. Some models also include Bluetooth support. The T43 model offered DDR2 memory (vs DDR for other T-series machines) but ran hotter and noisier, and so the T42 models were thought to have the best combination of ergonomics and performance. The T40 was IBM's first ThinkPad to use the Pentium M "Banias" CPU. The T42 employed a Pentium M "Dothan" processor with a 400 MHz frontside bus, while the T43 used a later revision of Dothan running a 533 MHz FSB. Lenovo integrated the ExpressCard into ThinkPad T43 in May 2005.
Posted on Nov 04, 2010
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