An IBM by any other name
Subject: Mobile | February 19, 2008 - 06:19 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Lenovo's T-Series ThinkPads have arrived at Think Computers. The widescreen T61p is 1.1-inches thick, weighs only 5lbs and comes in both 14.1" and 15.4". Apart from the screen size, the two biggest differences are that the 15.4" model comes with a C2D T7700
and Nvidia Quadro FX 570, while the 14.1 has a C2D T7300 and Nvidia Quadro NVS 140M. Check out the full review for more.
"Back in September we took a look at the new R-Series ThinkPad the R61, now it is time for the T-Series. As we explained
in the R61 review the T-Series is the pricier of the 2 ThinkPad series', as it has a more powerful processor and
graphics. With ultraportables being all the rage now it is hard to pack all the power into a notebook that can be easily
carried around. Lenovo is able to do that with the T61p at only 1.1-inches thick and weighing in at 5lbs, it is smaller
than most mobile workstations. It is also the first widescreen ThinkPad mobile workstation, no more boring 4:3 screens!
Lenovo was nice enough to send us both the 14.1 and 15.4-inch versions so let's take a look."
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