IBM laptops have always had the reputation of being the computers for business folk. Maybe it is because IBM has such the reputation as a buttoned-down blue suit sort of corporation. After all, it was IBM that passed on the user friendly technology that would eventually be bought up later by a young nerd named Bill Gates.
Nowadays, this reputation isn’t such a bad thing, as many of the world’s biggest corporations rely on IBM to power their computer and wireless networks. With the help of other IT giants like Cisco, IBM has designed safe and secure networks for multinationals to protect them and their workers from viruses, hackers, spam, and other pitfalls of modern technology.
An essential part of any of these massive computer networks are some of IBM’s finest products, their IBM laptops. After all, today’s business world is a mobile and fast-paced environment where workers streak across the globe for business meetings while planning next week’s meetings by e-mail and instant messaging.
One of IBM’s finest new notebooks is the IBM ThinkPad R52. It weights in at less than 6 pounds, so a day’s worth of travel with it won’t wear down your shoulder all that much. As with other IBM computers, it’s just a sleek, sophisticated design that shouts that you’re are upwardly mobile on the ladder of labor. And as with other IBM notebooks, it comes with the latest in protection from drops and collisions, which are bound to occur in today’s hustle and bustle business world.
Possibly the best facet of this computer, though, is it’s wireless technology. After all, the prime feature of a laptop is it’s mobility. And this notebook’s technology makes it one of most mobile, and powerful, out there. That’s because the computer has the latest in Intel Centrino technology. This ensures maximum battery life, lightening fast function, and wireless connectivity for these IBM laptops.