21 of 60(35%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for ThinkPad T440p
Review 1 for ThinkPad T440p
Owned Product:Just got it
Operating System:Windows 8 Pro
Processor:Intel Core i7
Memory:4 GB or more
Almost had me
Date:March 10, 2014
Cons: Build Quality
"I have been faithful to the Thinkpad line at home and at work for many years. Put my hands on the T440P at work the other day.
The Trackpad is an abomination, it feels and sounds cheap. I can get past it being oversized and with no button definition, but seriously the feel is terrible.
The front bevel at the palm rest has been removed almost entirely. This means your palm base/wrist rests on an uncomfortable edge and if you type for any deal of time it will become just that much more irritating. To make that worse the front edge where the top and bottom assembly come together is not ground in any way after being cast/pressed/molded and it is sharp, literally blood on the fingertips sharp.
Cons: Warranty, Support, Weight, Included Software, Build Quality, Screen size
"After using it for more than one month, I was very disappointed by the general performence of this laptop. The design is rough, it's heavy , more over, the fan is always making noise for every five minutes even though only running the chrome. This is not the THINKPAD I thought before, the legend of which might has been ruined. Maybe, it is because I have choice a wrong type which is not suitable for me and I have no chance to change it anymore."
Cons: Warranty, Input/Output compatibility, Included Software, Display performance, plays sound through speakers headphones connected
"Fast. Windows User Experience scores for processor, hard disk, and memory 8.0, 8.05, and 8.0.
Touch pad is nearly useless w/ out of-the-box settings.
Problem with headphones after connecting (keeps playing through speakers) - several restarts needed to fix the problem.
Display is the worst for color, brightness, and viewing angle. I'm stuck with the infamous LG display, LP140WF1-SPK1 (model can be found in hardware diagnostics section of BIOS). I'll upgrade to AUO-manufactured screen, that, according to the internet, gives a significant improvement over the poorly made LG screen.
The FHD-IPS screen is $200 extra, and we have to replace the awful LG screen. What gives? We don't find macbook owners whining about poor display quality all over forums now do we?
"First let me state that I have deployed THOUSANDS of ThinkPad's to my corporations user base for more than two decades. Every model from the T22 to the T440. With that said, this touch-pad is terrible for a touch-pad user and even worse for a Track-Point user such as myself. If I wanted a MAC like touchpad I would have bought a MAC! Please ditch this design or start giving out free Bluetooth mice with every ThinkPad because the new touchpad is truly awful..."
"I finally got around to work with the new ThinkPad T440p for a while.
I truly cannot understand why Lenovo changed so many things that had been outstanding and didn't need any changes at all.
1.) The ThinkLight was one of the best features ever. It cannot be replaced with a lights under the keyboard because the ThinkLight also lid up the surrounding area making it useful to read a piece of paper in a drake environment. Try that with lights under the keyboard. I won't happen.
2.) We need dedicated buttons for the TrackPoint! The ergonomics of the new trackpad and integrated buttons do not work flawlessly and it is very tiring on my hand and arm. We need these laptops for long working hours; not to watch some pictures or YouTube videos.
3.) Why is there no 1600 pixel wide display with IPS technology? Again, this is a business and work laptop; not a multimedia movie computer! Have you tried working on a full HD 14" laptop for 8 hours a day with programs that cannot be scaled?"