Lenovo ThinkPad T60 Video
The IBM ThinkPad T43 delivers similar performance but lesser battery life than the identically designed ThinkPad T42; we think the latter remains the better buy.
The ThinkPad x100e is essentially the ThinkPad Netbook users have been dreaming of, with one of the best keyboards we've ever tested: unfortunately, its performance, while better than Atom Netbooks, comes at the price of shorter battery life.
The first ultraportable to accommodate Intel's Core Duo processor, the ThinkPad X60s combines blazing performance and incredible battery life with a full feature set and a compact case.
Businesses seeking a sturdy, secure, portable workhorse should consider the ThinkPad R52.
CNET's Michelle Thatcher takes a look at the Lenovo T60, a sturdy laptop designed for business use that comes with an optical fingerprint reader.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X200 lacks some basic features you may require--touch pad, optical drive--but the 12.1-inch ThinkPad X200 offers strong performance and the longest battery life we've seen.
The first ultraportable to accommodate Intel's Core Duo processor, the ThinkPad X60s combines blazing performance and incredible battery life with a full feature set and a compact case. We like it. That's why it's an Editors' Choice Award winner.
With a relatively affordable starting price and a new design, the ThinkPad Edge loosens up the ThinkPad look--but losing an optical drive keeps it a yard short of being a top-choice compact business laptop.
Balancing between ultraportable and full-size laptop, the 12-inch ThinkPad Edge E220s offers an exceedingly compact computing experience matched with an upscale design, marred only by a sub-par battery life.
The dual-core version of the ThinkPad x100e is a much better bet than the original single-core version. Battery life still is still an issue, but it's a great-feeling 11.6-inch business Netbook.