Lenovo's EV-DO Z60t ThinkPad reviewed

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Paul Miller
October 11th, 2005
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PC Magazine got to play with the slightly heretical Lenovo ThinkPad Z60t and found that while the titanium cover and aspect ratio might not be exactly IBM-esque, the Z60t is a pretty sweet laptop that should offend few and provide built-in EV-DO and widescreen glory to many well-heeled consumers. The battery life is pretty strong at 4.5 hours, the keyboard is even better than the old ones, and the included card reader is a nice touch; but while the multimedia features are pretty sweet for a ThinkPad, they don't really stand out, and the integrated graphics aren't going to blaze through Doom 3 in any acceptable manner. You can get yours for $2300 or you can sit in the corner and pout about the optional titanium cover. We recommend option number three: Steal it.

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