Lenovo ThinkPad R400 Smart Card Reader Driver
This package installs the Card Reader driver to enable the following device: Lenovo Integrated Smart Card Reader If this package has been. Extensive Test of the Lenovo Thinkpad T Notebooks (Intel Core 2 reader (depending on configuration) or a Smartcard reader, which is. Features. The smartcard reader can be used as an additional level of security, such that the user needs to put in his card (typically his badge).
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Lenovo ThinkPad R400 Smart Card Reader Driver
As Value Line models are thought for private users, under the name "ThinkPad" devices are found for professional use.
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The T-series tries straddling between performance, power efficiency and portability besides a row of other ThinkPad series. Read more to find out how successful the tested T Type: The T with a Together they become heir to the previous T61 models.
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These differ not only in view of the performance-bearing components CPU, GPU, hard disk and main storage capacitybut also in consideration of display technology and available features. It's not surprising that this model cut off better in regards to display brightness and performance.
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Case Apart from the smaller measurements of millimeters breadth, millimeters depth and Lenovo ThinkPad R400 Smart Card Reader also shows the same, already known from other models, weak points in the area of the Ultrabay-Drive slot and on the plastic cover over the keyboard. The case may possibly give away a bit under point pressure and creak if not even crackle in the area of the optical drive.
Magnesium frame inside of the case The stability of the case barely leaves room for critique, this being supported from a magnesium roll cage in its interior. The base unit shows itself as very buckling resistant and as long as you don't pick the notebook up in the area of the drive, you can handle the notebook without further ado. The display stability also turns out very impressive.
The display lid gives in slightly at pressure but it's barely possible to provoke distortions on the activated display. Therefore the T can be picked up at a corner of the display without further thought.
Therefore picking up the notebook at a display edge without a hesitation also remains possible on the T The display frame differs here, giving away considerably under pressure whereas distortions on the activated display also become obvious. Even though the hinges seem to be small, particularly the left one, the use of metal stands the test.
Therefore they are very robust and hold the display absolutely tight in postition and allow an easy adjusting of the display opening angle, anyway. With help from the proven double hook latch and the display's Clamshell design, this closes cleanly and securely with the base unit in a shut state.
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An infiltration of foreign materials can be practically excluded. The locked display is opened by a lever on the right front edge of the display. This is fairly stiff and clacks at use. The included 6 cell battery protrudes at the back of our test sample, which restricts the opening angle insignificantly, though.
Unfortunately the battery doesn't sit very tight in the case, but rather wobbles somewhat.
Apart from the hard disk, which can be changed with the removal of only one screw, the maintenance of the Ts isn't easy. In order to, for instance, expand the main storage you have to remove five screws from the notebook's bottom side so that you can access Lenovo ThinkPad R400 Smart Card Reader system components after removing the keyboard and touchpad. Connectivity The ThinkPad T offers all important ports.
There are three USB ports, which are, unfortunately, placed vertically. Therefore the use of somewhat thicker USB sticks with this notebook isn't optimal. The port distribution is optimized for righties. No other ports are found on this side apart from the optical drive.
The back side is only occupied from the Kensington lock, the battery and the power socket. Lefties won't be too pleased about the two, fairly far in the front of the left side positioned USB ports.
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Possible connected network cables, modem cable and VGA cable could provide for an additional restriction of the free work surface, which are all pretty much in the middle of the left edge. There is a docking station on the bottom side of the Ts, which could ban annoying cables to the back side of the notebook. Firewire, main control for radio communication, Lenovo ThinkPad R400 Smart Card Reader ports Right side: Kensington Lock, battery, power socket Left side: This model has an Lenovo ThinkPad R400 Smart Card Reader gigabit network module Intel LM for an efficient cabled network connection.
With the Intel chip a maximum data transfer rate of up to Mbps is therefore possible. In opposition to this, other models are equipped with an Intel module, with which merely a maximum of Mbps are possible.
Our test device also has an integrated Bluetooth 2. This means, the notebook has the respective cables and antennas, in order to make a fast installation of a correlating broadband modem possible even afterwards. To the offered security features count, among others, a TPM Chip Trusted Platform Modulewith which you can code your data on the hard disk, a fingerprint reader depending on configuration or a Smartcard reader, Lenovo ThinkPad R400 Smart Card Reader is optionally inserted into the device over the PC Card slot.
The buffer defiant hard disk counts to the standard configuration of ThinkPads.