IBM Thinkpad 390E Reviews
Product Type: IBM laptops
Description:Model ID 390E0GE / ThinkPad 390 E - PII 333 MHz - RAM 64 MB - HDD 6.4 GB - CD - MagicMedia 256AV - Win98 - 14.1" TFT 1024 x 768 ( XGA ) / IBM's ThinkPad 390E delivers portable computing power at a price more accessible than the ThinkPad has been before. The 390 series features ... more
IBM Thinkpad 390E ... an all-in-one integrated design with full multimedia capabilities.
The ThinkPad uses a fast mobile processor. It is designed to draw minimal battery power and generate minimal heat, preserving the life of the notebook and stretching out your battery life. The ThinkPad's hard drive features S.M.A.R.T. technology which warns you of impending drive failures before they occur, giving you the opportunity to save important files before they are lost. A color screen gives this ThinkPad the stuff it takes to make an impression on others. The ThinkPad's CD-ROM drive allows you to install new software quickly and view multimedia CDs smoothly. 16-bit audio is output through the notebook's Altec Lansing stereo speakers, and an integrated mic allows you to take voice memos. The integrated pointing device lets you navigate smoothly with press-to-select, scroll select, and magnifying glass capabilities. Despite its all-in-one design, this ThinkPad is quite adaptable to your increasing needs.
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by mreyre - written on 14/06/01, updated on 14/06/01 (Very useful, 1631 readings)
I own an IBM Think Pad 390 series laptop, which I was fortunate enough to be given as part of the Computers for Teachers initiative. As ICT Manager for the school, I argued the case for me having one to test CD-Roms, write policies, etc. I use it in the same way as I would a PC, it is not exactly now portable as I have more peripherals on it than you can shake a stick at – 3D speakers, roller mouse, headphones, microphone, scanner, printer and digital camera. Also, of course, I leave the laptop on a virtually permanent internet connection. My wife always complains as she never gets to “play” on it – she prefers to play ...
IBM Thinkpad 390XThink WHY! (326 words)
by Little Miss - written on 28/09/00, updated on 28/09/00 (Very useful, 1133 readings)
drive and a disk drive in it which is detachable. At first I also thought I could plug all my cables into it therefore I could just detach my Laptop and go very easily without removing, external mouse, keyboard, palm pilot hot sync cable, external disk drvies etc. but no only the power cable can be plugged into the docking station and left connected. Hence I don't really see the point of having it. The docking station makes the whole thing rather heavy which means when travelling I still take my external disk drive and leave the docking station behind. Also if the laptop is turned on when you attach it to the docking station, mine always recongises it as new ...
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