They cited the over 7 hours of battery life, the sturdy keyboard, and the connection options, while not caring for the lack of an optical drive (external) and the heat (both of which are directly because of it’s small size). Their benchmarks had the X60s running 59% faster than its predecssor, the ThinkPad X41, while still maintaining practically the same form factor.
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