View full Lenovo ThinkPad X61s specs on CNET. Lenovo ThinkPad X61s ( Core 2 Duo GHz, 1GB RAM, 80GB HDD, Vista Home Basic). Part Number: X61s. Lenovo Thinkpad X61s (ThinkPad X Series). Processor . This weight is typical for very big tablets, subnotebooks, ultrabooks and convertibles with a inch . Laptop Magazine reviews Lenovo ThinkPad X61s, striking a very good is included in this configuration and brings the weight to pounds.
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I found the brightness of the screen to be pleasant typing indoors, although it would be quickly washed out outside in the sun.
Lenovo Thinkpad X61s Average Score: There were no gaps or misaligned parts. If you do want a widescreen and integrated optical drive, you may prefer the Toshiba Portege R, which weighs only 2.
Lenovo ThinkPad X61s
I would have no problem using this machine as my main computer. There are two versions of the ThinkPad X For upgrades and repairs that might come up down the road, the X61 has the user in mind with easy to remove access panels and covers.
The X61s also has Bluetooth. Yes, my password is: I look forward to reading a full review. It is the best one I have used. The computer is clunky, the keyboard is cramped Gives you arthritisthe mouse If thats what you want to call it is terrible, and the battery, ooh I could go on and on on that piece of garbage. It is located on the lenoo of the notebook. Key travel and depth are excellent. When compared to other Lenovo laptops, the X61 recharges its battery extremely fast.
Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Specifications
You also don’t get a built-in optical drive. I would recommend this laptop to people who are dumb and low on money.
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Lenovo ThinkPad X61s review – Engadget
ThinkPads are usually at or near the top in support quality. When I get my next notebook, I might go with something smaller like this X Right side view of X61 on top of X61s view large image.
It made me notice the screen on my R60 was firmer. The right side of the X61s has a four pin firewire connection. The X61 will be offered with the lenvoo options. It is not too hot to use, but you may find yourself with sweaty palms after awhile. Like the T series, the drive on the UltraBase is a super slim 9. Even so I found transitioning to the Touchpoint to be painless, and I even found myself using it on my T60 without realizing it.
With 2GB of memory and a faster hard drive, performance was very good.
Like its larger brothers of the ThinkPad line, it shares all of the same rugged features, as well as the creature comforts of a full-size keyboard. As you can see whites fair better at an angle. The X61s seems to me to offer the best of both worlds. I look at my colleague Z61t and the screen is dim and lots of light leakage at the bottom and the task bar is glowing white. Lenovo Comes Late Source: Tom’s Guide The Thinkpad thinkpad X61s came kenovo late, but its performance was convincing.
Lenovo has already gone wide with its other ThinkPads, but not with this series. It had all the grunt of the much larger machine, but inside a much smaller package.
I found it odd they did not include any disc burning or DVD viewing software since the machine came with the UltraBase. In terms of specs the X61 Tablet is much like the X61s, but of course weighs more and is larger due to the extra Tablet PC functionality. I have the advanced mini dock for my R The good news is that the X61s lasts a long time on a charge without having to make any tweaks.
Testing it was the curse. If you want an ultraportable that performs-and feels-like a mainstream business machine, this is the one to get.