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Lenovo ThinkPad X60

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Overall 7
7.0

Lenovo ThinkPad X60 Tablet (Windows Vista)

CNET
29 June 2008
  • Summary: The lightweight Lenovo ThinkPad X60 Tablet now runs Windows Vista--and remains one of the best convertible tablets on the market.
  • Pros: Lightweight, portable design; good performance and battery life; comfortable stylus and keyboard; screen automatically rotates when you adjust tablet position; touch screen is usable in direct sunlight.
  • Cons: Expensive; somewhat dim display; lacks S-Video port; price does not include an optical drive.
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Overall 7
7.0

Lenovo ThinkPad X60 Tablet 2005

CNET
29 June 2008
  • Summary: The Lenovo ThinkPad X60 Tablet strikes the best compromise between a ultraportable tablet and a full-featured laptop.
  • Pros: Lightweight, portable design; comfortable stylus and keyboard; screen automatically rotates when you adjust tablet position; touch screen is usable in direct sunlight.
  • Cons: Expensive; lacks S-Video port; price does not include an optical drive.
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Overall 8
8.0

ThinkPad X60

CNET
28 June 2008
  • Summary: The first ultraportable to accommodate Intel's Core Duo processor, the ThinkPad X60s combines blazing performance and incredible battery life with a full feature set and a compact case. We like it.
  • Pros: Extremely portable design; excellent keyboard; fingerprint reader; integrated WWAN radio; great performance; incredibly long battery life when configured with high-capacity battery.
  • Cons: More expensive than comparable models; lacks built-in optical drive; lacks built-in support for ExpressCards.
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Overall 8
8.0

Lenovo Thinkpad X60s

Tech2
5 October 2007
  • Excerpt: Ultra portables are currently the most popular and fastest growing segments in laptops. The term ultra-portable refers to laptops, that have screen sizes of 12.1 inch screens and below. These laptops also due to their small size offer great battery life and a great mobile computing experience. One of the leaders in this space, is IBM with its X range of ThinkPad ultra-portables.
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Lenovo ThinkPad X60T laptop

Techworld
22 March 2007
  • Summary: Tablet PCs have never quite caught on, but Lenovo has kept the idea moving with its swivel-screen gems. For those companies embracing the concept, the X60T is another success story.
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Expert Review

XyzComputing.com
19 December 2006
  • Summary: - It's the X60s, in tablet form! - 2.5" hard drive - Great size and weight - Excellent tablet writing performance
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Wacom Penabled Tablet PC with Fingerprint Recognition, other cool features

Consumer Electronics Net
14 December 2006
  • Excerpt: One of the neatest aspects of Wacom Penabled Tablet PCs is the fact that you can draw directly on the screen, effectively giving you two computers in one footprint. In addition, with the proper accessories, that Tablet PC can be your main desktop as well. Lenovo has just introduced its latest Tablet PC that helps the company push the envelope in the Tablet PC space.
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Lenovo ThinkPad X60 Tablet PC Review

Tablet PC Reviews
14 November 2006
  • Summary: The engineers at Lenovo really put their thinking caps on for the past year in developing the new X60 Tablet PC, the focus was certainly on usability and how to improve the tablet experience. I think they hit a homerun. The XGA MultiTouch display and SXGA+ offering are outstanding options, the MultiView is also really nice for a tablet pc where you’ll be using it in all types of lighting environments and holding it at various angles.
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Expert Review

XyzComputing.com
30 August 2006
  • Summary: - Amazing form factor - Very good performance - Many useful extras
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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

Good Gear Guide.au
18 February 2009
  • Summary: For tablet users this small, light tablet PC will offer hours of casual usage away from a power source and will comfortably handle a good range of commonly used software. The standard ThinkPad chassis is rugged and is easy to hold onto. The 8-cell battery protrudes from the edge of the unit, which looks a little strange in notebook mode, but acts as a great grip when in tablet mode.
  • Pros: ThinkVantage software, rugged design, excellent battery life
  • Cons: No optical drive
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