All of you Cingular users who are happily toting that Dell already know how splendid built-in UMTS / HSDPA-based technology can be, and you Verizon customers with MacBook Pros now have your very own EV-DO ExpressCard to gloat about, but America's "favorite" GSM provider has paired up with Lenovo to unveil the latest ThinkPad T60. For those who just ain't feeling the protruding Novatel apparatus, this WWAN-integrated machine comes with Cingular's BroadbandConnect hardware pre-installed, as well as a communication manager that "easily establishes connections" to service, and Lenovo's own ThinkVantage software is thrown in to automatically activate / deactivate the host of wireless capabilities based on your in-range options. The specs on this T60 -- aside from the WWAN amenities -- is on par with other non-Cingular editions, and sports a 14.1-inch SXGA+ display, 1.66GHz Intel Core Duo, 512MB of DDR2 RAM, 80GB hard drive, 64MB ATI Mobility Radeon X1300 graphics, 802.11a/b/g, and a DVD burner. The Cingular-enabled T60, which is amazingly not tattooed by a barrage of little orange stickers, is available now to curb your 3G notebook cravings for $1,899.
Lenovo unveils Cingular-enabled WWAN ThinkPad T60
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