Lenovo ThinkPad T61 – прочный и мощный бизнес-ноутбук
27 February 2009
Excerpt: Ноутбуки компании IBM в свое время считались самыми надежными, практичными, долговечными. Недаром среди до сих пор находящихся в обращении ноутбуков б/у, особенно солидного возраста, преобладает именно IBM.
Conclusion: The ThinkPad T61 is basically as good as it gets when it comes to laptop computers. I like it so much I wish I could keep it; I would buy one myself, and certainly will when the time comes.
Lenovo’s ThinkPad T61 – power and portability, combined.
17 January 2008
Excerpt: Lenovo bought IBM’s Think line of computers in 2005 and has released new iterations of their notebook computers, the ThinkPads, over the past few …
Pros: Great performance., Phenomenal build quality., Dual pointing devices and tactile, spill-proof keyboard., Active protection system for preventing data loss., Great 802.11 wireless reception., Small power adapter.
Cons: Trackpad buttons a little on the small side., You’ll want to upgrade the battery for extra long business trips.
Conclusion: The T61p is a very capable and powerful notebook that should be on any cubicle jockey or road warrior’s wish list. It packs all the latest and greatest technology into a relatively thin, yet sturdy, chassis that feels incredibly solid and reeks of high-quality craftsmanship.
Pros: Will out-perform most desktops; super high-res display; decent battery life
Cons: Largely useless software; 5400rpm hard drive
Summary: We have one other complaint. The 8X multiformat DVD burner in our test unit made a whiny whir as it spun up, and the way it continually cycled faster and slower during DVD playback was annoying. But given the T61's excellent performance and portability, we can forgive this shortcoming.
Excerpt: Who says laptops are commodities? Lenovo (now dropping the IBM name from the ThinkPad line it acquired) updates its showcase T series with this well-built machine, the ThinkPad T61.
Pros: Wireless WAN and integrated webcam available as options. Tactually pleasant keyboard. Rock-solid LCD doesn’t wobble when you move the unit. Dual PC Card and ExpressCard slots. Reasonably lightweight (though hardly record-breaking) at 5.6 pounds. 7200rpm, 100GB hard drive. A ThinkPad with good gra...
Cons: 95-minute battery life won’t even get you through a single DVD. At nearly ,500 (without WWAN), it’s awfully pricy. Weak audio output. Noisy optical drive.
Excerpt: A common trend these days in the laptop market is to design great-looking products that fall apart easily. Quite a few manufacturers can be held guilty on this front. Laptops tend to have some problem or the other, ranging from faulty hinges to fading screens and finishes that can get easily...