Summary: The seller was probably doing me a favor when he loaded this with Win7Pro instead of shipping it with WinXP. Too bad...the reason for my purchase was WinXP needed for old software. <sigh> Sellers should be more careful. I do wonder why anyone would buy an old machine for another reason? What could it be?
Summary: ibm thinkpad x6 12.1" 4:3, black w/blue enter button. works perfect, thank u seller. comes w. wxp & FULL ms-office. bought as backup for my x61 [extra = finger reader]. x61 screen has some short, display sometimes not coming on. con=ibm/lenovo heavier than other brands, pro= heaviness shows quality of it all.
Summary: I bought the X60 because I collect IBM Laptops and this particular one was complete with HD and Win XP. - It is fairly fast with a dual processor and I GB of Ram. To my positive surprise it came with a 160 GB HD, advertised was only 60 GB, and with a dock with DVD Rom. The computer is very light, especially without the battery you can easily hold it in your hand and read for hours. The weight is comparable to my 10" Asus netbook, but the 12" screen is vastly superior.
Summary: They shipped quickly and the pen was exactly as described. Granted, there are certain downsides to this pen, but that's not the fault of this company. They sent me the product I wanted, not damaged, and I thank them for that.
Summary: I bought IBM ThinkPad X60 with 60 GB, 512 MB, and immediately added 1GB that I had. It works well and I am happy because I have always wanted to own a reasonably fast Lenovo ThinkPad yet at a very affordable price. It has standard aspect ratio (4:3) rather than a wide screen (16:9). This I personally prefer, because it is easy to read document page by page on the small screen; I don't really want to view multi-pages within the 12” screen.