HP dvt 1. Like the T series, the drive on the UltraBase is a super slim 9. I burned a few audio CDs and the recovery discs. Boot times were a little slow due to Vista booting slower than XP and all the ThinkVantage tools turning on with the machine. Performance once inside Windows was good.
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Lenovo Thinkpad X61s Average Score: This sub-4lb. Thin-and-light notebooks have always been about compromise, due to their small size, but Lenovo has done a commendable job of getting around those compromises by offering the docking station and extra batteries.
The X series is synonymous with usability and toughness while on the go. The notebooks are almost the same, save for the CPUs. In general, the X61 will offer a bit better performance while the X61s will have better battery life. This review will focus on the low power X61s. The X61s has been a nice contrast to my R I like my R60 a lot, but at times it seems heavy to me.
When I get my next notebook, I might go with something smaller like this X After having spent some time with the X61s, I can see why people have such enthusiasm for the X series and why it is often so well reviewed. If you are a person who needs a lot of mobility or just want a small notebook, the X61s makes a compelling argument.
Striking a very good balance between performance and battery life, the X61s is a highly recommended ultralight business notebook. The bad: Lacks built-in optical drive; standard-aspect display feels outdated.
Lenovo Thinkpad X61s
Lacks integrated optical drive No widescreen option One of our favorite ultraportables just got a power boost. Despite its surprisingly low Wi-Fi score for With the included eight-cell battery, which hangs off the back, the X61s weighs just 3. In some ways, however, the X61s feels a bit behind the times. The
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