The Lenovo ThinkPad arrives in a Russian doll-like package, a large box containing two more boxes. The box containing the system includes a third box full of accessories and documents. There are several pounds of cardboard, plastic and styrofoam to toss out when you're done unwrapping.
The MacBook Pro, by contrast, is delivered in a box smaller than the briefcase you'll need to carry the computer. It's packaging one would want to keep around, because it is beautifully designed, and there's not much more than a pound of materials used.