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.
Conclusion: While the Lenovo X60 is not sexy or aesthetic in design, it is a powerful and reliable workhorse. The X60 has numerous features that are absolutely ideal for corporate and mobile-management use. The touch screen is awesome. Battery life goes far beyond expected norms. Without any stretch of the imagination, the X60 could easily be a favorite of many large IT departments and tablet PC enthusiasts.
Pros: Feels fast and nimble; amazing 4GB RAM capacity; excellent battery life; biometric security
Cons: Thick body (with dock); no built-in optical drive; busy keyboard
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
Excerpt: Das Thinkpad X60 ist eines der beliebtesten Kompakt-Notebooks. Das Fliegengewicht mit 12-Zoll-Display läuft trotz leistungsfähigem Core-Duo-Prozessor lang und flüsterleise. Das größte Manko ist der Preis: Mindestens 1.600 Euro müssen Sie berappen.