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Thread: Lenovo Thinkpad for Photoshop?
September 20th, 2011 #1
Lenovo Thinkpad for Photoshop?
Here are the specs:
Core Duo L2500 1.83 Ghz, WIndows 7 Professional Digitizer Pen. High resolution 1400x1050 screen (added cost option)
2GB Ram . Truly excellent condition-- no scratches, dings, dents. I bought it 2 years ago, and used it on one trip. Never got
the hang of the whole tablet thing. Includes the "ultrradock" and a fresh install of MS Office 2007 Home and Student (including disk
and product key)
Someone is selling it on craigslist for $250, and I am thinking about snagging this so I can do some Plein Aire digital painting.
What do you all think? I was willing to spend upwards of $400-$500. Is there something else that is drastically better that would justify me passing up this deal?
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If you can upgrade the RAM to 4GB it should be fine, make sure it has a decent graphics card.
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I have the lenovo Thinkpad S1 Yoga, and am having problems with getting the pressure sensitivity to work in Photoshop. It can handle the program well otherwise though. Then again, this issue has come up before on lenovo's support-forums. https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/X-Serie...ty/td-p/175507