Hey guys and girls, I need to make a confession here. I will no longer post technical stuff in this blog again. A lot of things got f**ked up and after thinking over it I decided to transfer the tech things to my new website thecodepost.in while here I am just going to post the simple things about my life and not so simple things will be mentioned as well. Love you for all the support. Don't worry as the technical things are not going to dry up. They are present in my new website. Here, this is going to become my personal blog where I will discuss about everything about life in general and mine in particular with you all. Love you and thanks for all the support!
I had never used a ThinkPad in my life till 2018. To be honest, I did not really see the benefit of using them anyway. Consumer series laptops (with plastic bodies) were the ones that I had always used before. Then I was introduced to the rugged looks of the T60 and T61 original IBM ThinkPad designs that came out way back in 2004 or so. And I loved it. Finding a ThinkPad that old did not appeal to me. I was impressed with the smaller compact X series laptops and decided to have either an X230 or an X220. Both of these are fairly similar and were launched about 8 years back. But they still sport good processors, plenty of memory upgradability, provision to add a maximum of three hard disks and a decent battery backup to boot. My reasons to get this were simpler - They are rugged, I like to use my laptops well Memory is not soldered. There are plenty of options to upgrade. The keyboards are probably the best in the world. Why not get the latest ThinkPad? Again, simple. They come with a