*The original title of this video was “The Singaporean IBM ThinkPad”, however I had a couple of commenters point out that this actually originated from Taiwan. The COA sticker said “Lenovo Singapore” which is what I used to determine the laptop’s origins. However, it has been pointed out to me that it has a few keys with characters used in Taiwan.

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