An "UltraBay Slim" hard drive caddy, one designed for any of the following models, should work with your T41:
T40, T40p, T41, T41p, T42, T42p, T43, T43p, T60, T60p, T61, T61p, Z60t, Z61t, Z61p, X4 UltraBase, X4 Dock, X6 UltraBase, X6 Tablet UltraBase
... a small "correction" here which the OP might want to be aware of is about "The small tab at the end of the T60 UltraBay" as discussed in the thread [FS] Genuine Lenovo ultrabay slim hdd adapter FRU 26r9246
and more precisely in this post
@ the OP: If you really
want to speed up your T41, then the way to go is to get a SSD... see e.g the threads T42 SSD Conversion Success (1.8" SATA drive + bridge board)
and 1.8" SATA to 2.5" IDE converter?
and stay alert... those threads will be updated shortly with a lot of interesting news!
The idea of getting a (relatively cheap) 2.5" SATA SSD to work in the UltraBay of a T4x/p (which is your initial question) has been discussed e.g. in the threads How to use 2.5" SATA SSD as main boot drive for T42
and SATA hard drive caddy in ultrabay
and Slow boot when using only ultrabay SATA HD in T42
and Empty primary bay causes boot timeout from SATA ultrabay
(and in a related thread [R51]How to avoid boot delay if no main HDD is installed?
) but in my case I'd rather like to get the 1.8" SATA SSD to work in the main HDD-bay for two reasons: 1) I would like to retain the internal CV/DVD, and 2) There is a significant boot delay (about 30 secs?!) if you boot from a HDD or a SDD in the Ultrabay, and I am not sure about whether there's a way to circumvent/avoid this delay?PS
: I am moving this thread to the T4x sub-forum, where it belongs.