Hardware in Review: Lenovo ThinkPad T60p Review
Oct 06, 2006, 12:00 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Few computers have more right to the term 'business machine'
than the ThinkPad laptop series--and not just because the brand was
developed by a company named International Business Machines (IBM).
Traditionally ThinkPads have been built for speed and durability,
but recently GNU/Linux users have discovered that the ThinkPad is
built for compatibility as well. The latest in the ThinkPad T
series is a landmark in several ways: it's the first to use a Core
Duo processor; the first to be made and sold by Lenovo instead of
IBM; and the first to offer official manufacturer support for
"The ThinkPad is among the oldest extant laptop computer brands
(having recently celebrated its 14th year in production), and has
long been known as a well-built, powerful, reliable, portable, and
somewhat expensive notebook computer system..."