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Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet


$1,406.00 Released May, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Has the TrackPoint - typing / mouse usage switching much faster than with touchpad. Great battery life - 5 hrs and more. Compact and lightweight.

The Cons:No DVI or HDMI output for external monitor/projector, not even on docking station! Integrated speaker is just mono. Bluetooth cuts out every now and then (and Broadcom doesn't update drivers any more).

Designed for the mobile professional the X Series Tablet is a small convertible touchscreen laptop from Lenovo. Based on the Centrino platform, the X Series Tablet is now considered outdated, however, it was never engineered to be the fastest or most advanced.

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Built to be small and versatile the X Series Tablet comes with a low voltage Core 2 Duo, and a small, but high resolution 12.1" touchscreen. At 3.77 pounds the X Series Tablet can last up to 7 hours on a single charge, which is even more impressive considering it is now EOL - replaced by the X200 Tablet.

Features

  • Platform: Centrino, Intel low voltage C2D
  • Graphics: 12.1" Widescreen (1024x768 or 1300×1050 depending on selected option) powered by the Intel X3100 (shared memory)
  • Network connectivity: ThinkPad 11b/a/g Wireless LAN Mini PCI Express Adapter (Intel Wi-Fi Link 4965AGN optional) 1Gb Ethernet Card, WWAN optional, Bluetooth
  • I/O & Expansion: 3 USB 2.0; expansion bus (for optional ThinkPad X6 Tablet UltraBase or ThinkPad X60 Series extendedlife battery); external display; AC adapter; RJ-11, RJ-45; audio: headphone/line-out, external microphone
  • Battery: 4-cell or 8-cell

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Pros
  • 3

    has the TrackPoint - typing / mouse usage switching much faster than with touchpad

  • 3

    great battery life - 5 hrs and more

  • 3

    compact and lightweight

  • 3

    Lenovo ThinkPad build quality

  • 3

    Lenovo ThinkPad keyboard

  • 1

    swivel mechanism feels great and is realiable

  • 1

    screen clip mechanism works incredibly well on both sides (just push it through to the desired side)

  • 1

    integrated fingerprint reader

  • 1

    SD card reader integrated

  • 1

    docking station with 4 USB 2.0 ports and a drive bay for CD/DVD/Blu-Ray or second hard drive

  • 1

    Bluetooth integrated (optional)

  • 1

    WWAN integrated (EV-DO or HSDPA)

  • 1

    Tablet PC functionality (handwriting recognition, cursor control, customizable flicks) in XP Tablet PC Edition, Vista, and 7

  • 1

    power-saving yet fast dual core CPUs (Intel Core 2 Duo L7500 or L7300)

  • 1

    SATA used for internal hard disk drives (great for upgrading to larger drives later)

  • 1

    up to 4GB RAM (PC2-5300 667MHz DDR2)

Cons
  • 3

    no DVI or HDMI output for external monitor/projector, not even on docking station!

  • 1

    integrated speaker is just mono

  • 1

    Bluetooth cuts out every now and then (and Broadcom doesn't update drivers any more)

  • -1

    no trackpad

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