Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet PC Review, @ Lenovo-Batteries.com Blog
The Lenovo ThinkPad X61 is an ultraportable business laptop geared to individuals who demand the best. Like his elder brothers of the ThinkPad line that shares the same robust features and convenience of a full-size keyboard. The X61 looks as if Lenovo ThinkPad T60 and increased by 30 percent. Although much smaller than its counterparts, it is also rapid. This model has a 7200 rpm hard drive, out of 2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo and 2 GB of RAM. Business of light can be sure that they are not victims, but a little weight when they bring the X61 on the road.
The 12.1-inch ThinkPad X61 Tablet PC, you can exercise the power of the pen, or finger, or just the keyboard old days. It is true that with the X61 multi-touch screen allows the use of high-precision stylus force (which technology Wacom table) or you can touch the screen as an input method or can be converted to a laptop and input type. The X61 Tablet with an Intel Core 2 Duo low voltage operation can, up to 4 GB of RAM and a fast hard disk of 7200 for use, but small is not necessarily short on power.
- CPU Intel Core 2 Duo L7500 1.6GHz
- OS Windows Vista Ultimate
- RAM 2GB DDR2
- Display 12.1″ MultiView/MultiTouch XGA (1024×768) TFT
- Graphics Intel GMA X3100 graphics, Intel 965 Express Chipset
- Audio Integrated speakers
- Hard Drive 100GB (7200 rpm)
- Optical Drive None
- I/O ports 3 x USB
- 1 x VGA - 15 pin
- 1 x Microphone-in
- 1x Headphone
- 1 x PC Card
- 1 x SD Card
- Communications Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG
- 10/100/1000 Ethernet
- ThinkPad 11a/b/g II
- WLAN and WWAN
- Dimensions/Weight 10.8″ x 9.6″ x 1.1-1.3″
- Battery/power 8-cell Lithium Ion
The ThinkPad X61 has the more technical features of its predecessor, the X60. All X series models are matte black, which is pretty nice. X61 screen is nice. I know that many users have said that Lenovo screens are washed, but have not found that to be the case with the X61. It fades a bit when the screen is white, but colors are fine. Speakers at the X61 is honestly not very good, but much better than I expected. The keyboard is very good. It has very little flexibility. The keyboard feels solid and is stiff.Along front there is only one switch to enable / disable wireless communications permit. The right side has a four-pin FireWire port, two USB 2.0 ports, headphone and microphone jacks, a modem port and output. The left side has a pin another USB port, a VGA-15, Ethernet port, PC card slot, a rallying point for the stylus, SD card slot and silo for the pen. My computer came with the Intel Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN Integrated Bluetooth PAN options. The screen is not black and sets a good contrast. vertical viewing angles are not very good - quickly reverses the colors in the slightest change in angle to be perpendicular to the screen. X61 fan seems to run almost constantly, but I would not say that the fortress at all costs, and rotating at a very low speed.
I would like the 4-cell lenovo thinkpad x61 tablet battery for the system is usually easier, but how, I have the greatest 8-cell battery. I have about 5 hours on battery, but it’s just so damn hard and makes the X61 to be taken seriously and maintain. Especially over long periods of time. Ultimately, I recommend that both small 4-cell battery, if you know you are interrupted for a short time and can be easily calculated. If you know you are cross or the battery needs more than 4 hours, then the 8-cell is the weapon of choice.
I am very happy with my battery. It’s funny because my phone has terrible battery must be recharged every night. The battery in my computer, by comparison, seems almost the same, which is surprising for a team. The computer is actually more hours on the phone will be hours of conversation. In the default configuration, the battery indicator shows 4:16 hours remaining with a load of 96%. The framework for maximum battery life, the screen dark, but inside is still readable (but not very comfortable) and the left shows 05.11 hours. If the wireless off, it shows 5:22 hours left and I have the 8-cell battery.
NOTE: This is the expected life of the lenovo battery from the Power Manager ThinkVantage delivered. I have only run the battery down a few times. Overall I am very satisfied with the autonomy of the X61 is satisfied.
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