Summary: Inexpensive, very light less than 1.5 kg, durable magnesium body, not cheap plastic, hard drive protection in the fall, backlit keyboard and TrackPoint. Hard disk SATA 2.5 ', easy self-replacement components. A large number of accessories. Perfect laptop for the hard work out of the office.
Summary: Bought this about a month ago, i was already aware that it had no track pad and that its a pretty small laptop. I actually was expecting a smaller one. The reason for this bad rating is that every time i try to turn the laptop on, it goes into this seizure mode that shows a pixelated lines across the screen.
Summary: I'm curious if this pen would work with Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 with the eraser, pressure sensitivity, and palm rejection features. After reading comments by certain users about how Lenovo locks their pens to certain laptop models, I'm now concerned if this pen would work with my Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2. Given ThinkPad X60 as well as ThinkPad Tablet 2 are both Lenovo products, both based on Wacom technology, I'm hopeful this pen wrks with the TPT2.
Summary: The IBM Lenovo Thinkpad X60 is actually a tablet! The one dislike I have is that I'm not in "Just use Linux"! I had downloaded Linux Mint 14 and created a bootable usb drive and installed it on my tablet!! It runs amazing and it rocks!! I would make another purchase from the seller and provide him with an excellent reccomendtation!!
Summary: A powerful little machine, given the age. I upgraded mine to 3GB of RAM and I included a 320GB HDD with a docking station. Though it processes on a single core at 1.73Ghz, Windows 8 runs smoothly with an experience index of 2.9 points! :) I rate lenovo as a top brand and I always recommend it over others. And I would have probably given five stars if this was a dual core machine with a built in webcam.
Lenovo ThinkPad X60 - lightweight and sturdy design
8 February 2013
Summary: Manufacturer: LENOVO, Product Name: 1706M8U, Version: ThinkPad X60 -- I like that it is not as heavy as my previous mobile computer. It also seems rather sturdy. I will have to get used to the Insert/Delete/Home/End/PgUp/PgDn keys at the top row of the keyboard. I tend to use those keys often and top row is not a very intuitive or comfortable place for me. The hardware seems very well-suited for GNU/Linux operating system.