Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds will have a 17-inch main screen and a 10.6-inch secondary. The former is a bit larger than the a mainstream 15.4″ laptop and the latter about the same size as the average netbook today. It’s far heavier than the norm, too — 11 pounds — and will be a bit pricier than we’ve come to expect from laptops — starting $3,600 when it goes up for sale in January. But check out its specs, according to ComputerWorld:
The souped-up “mobile workstation,” as Lenovo calls it, also comes with customers’ choice of quad-core Intel Core 2 processors and Nvidia Quadro mobile graphics CPU with as many as 128 cores. It also comes with as much as 8GB of DDR3 memory and a pair of hard drive/solid-state drive bays for up to 960GB of storage.