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ThinkPad R60 Notebook Review
The ThinkPad R60 solid budget Notebook comes with Intel Pentium Dual Core 1.66 GHz Processor with 2 MB L2 Cache and Inter 945GM Express Chipset motherboard.
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The recently released ThinkPad R60 Notebook is an update to the ThinkPad R52 offering the faster new Intel Core Duo processor, an extra USB 2.0 slot (there are now 3 instead of 2 in the R52), optional integrated WWAN, magnesium-alloy roll cage for extra internal component protection and the offering of an ATI X1400 graphics card. Other changes from the older R52 include a fingerprint reader integrated into the palm rest and an increase in the number of USB ports from two to three.
ThinkPad R60 laptop is configurable in either a 14″ or 15″ screen size. The nice thing about the R60 is that it can be configured really cheaply, with a basic Intel Celeron configuration. The R60 uses a rugged plastic case design.
ThinkPad R60 Notebook includes software bundle a FireWire (IEEE 1394 port), ethernet and modem jack, headphone out and microphone in, USB 2.0 vertically oriented port, then the dual PCMCIA / ExpressCard 54 slot on the left side. On the right side of the notebook is the S-Video connector, the swappable UltraBay optical drive (in our case a DVD multiburner is in there), and then two USB 2.0 slots.
ThinkPad R60 Notebook R60 is offered with XGA or SXGA+ screen resolution. It is designed to be a more folder friendly business class notebook. As far as brightness and quality, the R60 screen is good. The R60 has seven brightness levels which can be adjusted via the keyboard controls. The screen is a 150 nits and the brightness ranges from pretty dim to fairly bright. It is basically as bright as you need it to be. Images and text are clear and crisp. There is no light leakage on the unit with no dead/stuck pixels. As expected, viewing angles are narrow, but as long as one remains on center, it looks pretty good.