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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 GNU/Linux.

"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..."

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