by November 2, 2007 0 comments

A much improved upgrade to the previous T60p. It has been specifically
designed to meet high end requirements of power users. A welcome change is the
inclusion of powerful NVIDIA Quadro NVS 140M graphics instead of ATI Radeon,
leading to a boost in overall graphics experience. Widescreens are a norm these
days and T-series is no different with a 15.4” LCD. Its design is pretty similar
to the other Thinkpads; however, it’s much lighter and sleeker than the T60p.
What’s more, it has a plethora of features such as a finger print reader, a
security chip and a FireWire port.

It performed pretty well in all our tests. In PC Mark05 a mammoth score of
4751 makes it stand tall among all other notebooks. The Dell Inspiron
1720,reviewed elsewhere in this issue, scored 3626 in the same test. In 3D
Mark06, though it didn’t beat the Dell Inspiron 1720 but a score of 1606 is
still very high compared to others. Its Vista performance was second to none and
a battery backup time of 3 hours and 53 mins is sufficient for a frequent

Rs 1,65,000 (1 yr warranty)
Key Specs: Core 2 Duo (T7700, 2.40
GHz), 2 GB RAM, NVIDIA Quadro NVS 140M, 160GB HDD, UWB chip,
Fingerprint reader, Vista Ultimate, 15.4” LCD
Contact: Lenovo India, Bangalore
Tel: 22108490
SMS Buy 131192 to 56767

Bottomline: Power users, on the look out
for a high performance notebook with class and elegance, would savor this one.

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