New mobile workstation from Lenovo

Subject: Mobile | August 21, 2007 - 01:10 PM |
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The new ThinkPad T61p is quite powerful for a notebook, even a ThinkPad.  With a C2D T7700, 2GB DDR2 PC2-5300
and Nvidia Quadro FX 570M (256MB) with a 15.4" 1920x1200 display.  Vista's built in experience benchmark places it at 4.8, the lowest score being the RAM.  Give this notebook a good look over at XYZ Computing.

"People who demand more from their notebook than an internet connection, a screen, and a keyboard and who are less

concerned about weight can get a surprising amount of power from the right machine. Today's processors and large

amounts of RAM can be combined with high resolution displays to make for notebooks that have all the power you would

need yet is still able to be moved around. The notebook we will be looking at in this article is the ThinkPad T61p

from Lenovo. This is the high performance version of the ThinkPad T61, the first notebook from Lenovo to use Intel's

Santa Rosa platform. The T61p is essentially an upgraded version of the T61 with certain options that are mandatory

and a number of performance benefits over the rest of the ThinkPad line. This is the most powerful ThinkPad

currently available- and ever released- so it's been highly awaited by tech professionals and all sorts of demanding

mobile users."

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