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At introduction, it was priced at ,375, but by February of 1993 it was dropped to

At introduction, it was priced at $2,375, but by February of 1993 it was dropped to $1,999, and then again to just $1,699 by May.The model 300 lacks it, but the 700 and 700C utilize the Track Point controller, a tiny joystick built into the keyboard in place of a touchpad or a trackball.Although bought out by Chinese company Lenovo in 2005, the Think Pad line of notebooks remains extremely popular with over 200 different models and over 60 million notebook computers sold over the decades.1982: November - Compaq Computer introduces the Compaq Portable PC, the first 100% IBM compatible.

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At introduction, it was priced at $2,375, but by February of 1993 it was dropped to $1,999, and then again to just $1,699 by May.

,999, and then again to just

At introduction, it was priced at $2,375, but by February of 1993 it was dropped to $1,999, and then again to just $1,699 by May.The model 300 lacks it, but the 700 and 700C utilize the Track Point controller, a tiny joystick built into the keyboard in place of a touchpad or a trackball.Although bought out by Chinese company Lenovo in 2005, the Think Pad line of notebooks remains extremely popular with over 200 different models and over 60 million notebook computers sold over the decades.1982: November - Compaq Computer introduces the Compaq Portable PC, the first 100% IBM compatible.

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At introduction, it was priced at $2,375, but by February of 1993 it was dropped to $1,999, and then again to just $1,699 by May.

,699 by May.The model 300 lacks it, but the 700 and 700C utilize the Track Point controller, a tiny joystick built into the keyboard in place of a touchpad or a trackball.Although bought out by Chinese company Lenovo in 2005, the Think Pad line of notebooks remains extremely popular with over 200 different models and over 60 million notebook computers sold over the decades.1982: November - Compaq Computer introduces the Compaq Portable PC, the first 100% IBM compatible.

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Decades later in 1991, the phrase became a product, as the Think Pad, IBM's new pen-based tablet running the Pen Point Operating System.

This simple word has become deeply embedded in IBM's corporate culture ever since.

All three models were released at about the same time, ranging from the cost-effective model 300 to the top-of-the-line model 700C (the C is for "color").

Announced in April 1992, the Think Pad tablet was only mildly successful, and the name was recycled into IBM's new notebook line of computers, the Think Pad model 300, 700 and 700C. Although they were not IBM's first line of notebook computers, the new Think Pad series of notebook computers were an immediate hit, and collected more than 300 awards for quality and design.They take time to screen everyone to make sure we're not hooking up with any crazy people.