The ThinkPad G41 uses Intel's hyperthreading technology to maximize the power of Intel Pentium 4 and Celeron D possessors to support multitasking.

The ThinkPad G41 uses Intel's hyperthreading technology to maximize the power of Intel Pentium 4 and Celeron D possessors to support multitasking.


It's well suited for users wanting to migrate from a desktop to a mobile notebook PC. The enhanced Rescue and Reco 2.0 with Antidote Deli Manager lets users conduct easy system backup and restoration of infected or deleted files as well as deploy updates even if the operating system has been corrupted.

Hyperthreading lets the laptops run intensive applications such as medical imaging, engineering, and statistical computation programs at fast processor speeds, while performing tasks such as security updates and scheduled maintenance, without draining PC power or capability. The computer comes with a 14 and 15-in. screen and offers a pivoting base for easy positioning of the system for comfortable viewing angles. It also has a DVDrecordable drive that reads and writes to five DVD formats, and has four USB 2.0 ports. Price: Starting at $999.

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