Consider a ThinkPad X Series Tablet Laptop Rental

Lenovo has been a long-time favorite of companies all over the world. In a recent interview with the company’s vice president, Milko van Duijl, The Telegraph coined the company the “biggest computer-maker most people have never heard of.”

After buying IBM’s personal computer business in 2005, taking on the “ThinkPad” brand, the maker’s influence with the corporate sect begin to grow, so much so that the paper wrote, “anyone you spot on the Tube using a ThinkPad has almost certainly obtained it from their employer.”

While probably not entirely true, the ThinkPad models within our own laptop rental fleet have time and again proven to be a popular choice among companies looking to fulfill their short term computer needs.

Among the most popular models are the tablet laptops, like the ThinkPad X series—laptops with a “twist” and an interactive touchscreen you can manage with the attached stylus.

Have you considered renting laptops for a training seminar, and on-site project, or have another temporary need for an onslaught of computers for your company?  Consider renting from our Lenovo ThinkPad X series tablets from Hamilton rentals to give your employees a tool that will optimize productivity.

One reviewer of the Lenovo ThinkPad X220T described the laptop as a “machine for people who know their work,” who “want to buy the best tool possible to get it done.”

Contact Hamilton Rentals to learn more.


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