The built-in WACOM Digitizer, 17" widescreen display, up to 8GB of RAM, quad-core processor, and 64GB solid state hard drive may just make this lap topper from Lenovo worth the $2,500 price tag. We'll find out in today's Gadget Pr0n.
What You Need to Know
It's almost 2" thick and weighs over 8lbs.
The screen is huge with good reason, but for an artsy computer, it's a little too big and plain
It's got a built-in Wacom Tablet and a high-def screen, which are incredibly helpful for artists
The Wacom Digitizer works great as a scale model of your desktop and you can macro pen flicks just like a normal tablet
The placement of the tablet is a little weird since you have to hang your arm off the end of the laptop
17” screen is unbelievable; it’s one of the most eye-popping displays we've ever seen
In our PCMark Vantage Tests (video encoding and playback, RAM and hard drive speed, all-around productivity), it scored an excellent 4,300 points, which is higher than most of the productivity laptops we've reviewed