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Editors' Summary

The IBM Lenovo 3000 C300 brings the stability and service of the durable ThinkPad line to consumers who want high quality at budget prices.

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Specifications

  • Intel Pentium M (1.73 GHz)
  • 512 MB DDR II SDRAM
  • 6.4 lbs
  • 15" TFT active matrix
  • Microsoft Windows XP Professional
  • Intel GMA 900
  • 80GB Hard Drive
  • 24x DVD-Writer drive
  • 3-in-1 card reader
  • Modem/Ethernet/Wi-Fi

Selected Reviews

(2.5 out of 5)
"A Capable Value Notebook"

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Overall Rating

(2.8 out of 5)

(2.75 out of 5)

   
Computer Details

Product Information

Manufacturer: Lenovo
UPC Code: 882861260195
Part Number: 076125U
Release Date: Mar 27, 2006

Specifications

  • Intel Pentium M (1.73 GHz)
  • 512 MB DDR II SDRAM
  • 6.4 lbs
  • 15" TFT active matrix
  • Microsoft Windows XP Professional
  • Intel GMA 900
  • 80GB Hard Drive
  • 24x DVD-Writer drive
  • 3-in-1 card reader
  • Modem/Ethernet/Wi-Fi

Editors' Comments

The IBM Lenovo 3000 C300 brings the stability and service of the durable ThinkPad line to consumers who want high quality at budget prices. The C300 makes a wonderful companion for the business user on the go, weighing a manageable 6.4 lbs. and still offering a high-resolution 15" display. It's also a highly connectible notebook, with four USB ports, a FireWire port, an S-Video port, and a 3-in-1 memory card reader (Memory Stick/MS Pro, SD, MMC). It may not seem as flashy as some of the more expensive notebooks on the market, but the C300 still holds its own, and at a fraction of the price.

 
Professional Reviews
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(2.5 out of 5) - Click here to read this review from PC Magazine
A Capable Value Notebook (PC Magazine - 3/30/2006)

PC Magazine's Cisco Cheng takes a look at the new...

(3 out of 5) - Click here to read this review from ZDNet
ThinkPads for Everyone (ZDNet - 3/30/2006)

This ZDNet preview admits that the C100 isn't anybody's dream...