Review: Lenovo ThinkPad X60 (Ars Technica)

Lenovo ThinkPad X60s
Earlier this week, Ars Technica published a review of the Lenovo ThinkPad X60 (The Lenovo ThinkPad X60s was reviewed by CNet earlier this week). Just like the ThinkPad X60s, the X60 is powered by an Intel Centrino/Core Duo CPU, and well, it’s basically the same as the X60s with the exception CPU differences and the addition of a fingerprint reader.

We aren’t going to expect anything too different from the X41 (well a Tablet PC version of the X60 would be nice…), because the jump to the Core Duo platform is enough of a change as it is (and too many changes would reduce the portability of the ThinkPad).

They rated it very highly, giving it an 8.5/9 out of 10, saying that the only drawbacks were Lack of DVI support, new dock and power connectors, and a high price compared to most laptops while calling it one of the best ultraportable machines on the market.

This is a much more in-depth review of the ThinkPad. Full review.

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