Lenovo Thinkpad Reserve: the luxury laptop for flange-loving lounge lizards

Laptops / Notebooks


Lenovo has unveiled its Thinkpad Reserve Edition laptop, which is due to go on sale in a limited edition of 5,000 individually-numbered units, and cost $5,000 (around £2,461).

It comes with a hand-stitched leather case, complete with tapering “flanges” to keep spilled liquids away from the laptop’s innards. It also blocks Wi-Fi, so the laptop comes with an external antenna (this is a “feature” apparently, not an “annoyance”).

It’s got an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 160GB hard drive, and a 12.1-inch screen, along with an 80GB external drive and USB optical drive. Oh, and a concierge service promising to answer your technical support calls within four rings.

Lenovo Thinkpad Reserve

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Stuart Dredge
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