Lenovo ThinkPad x60s Video
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.
The first ultraportable to accommodate Intel's Core Duo processor, Lenovo's ThinkPad X60s, combines blazing performance and incredible battery life with a full feature set and a compact case. CNET's Michelle Thatcher takes a look.
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