'Image quality is superb, although the shiny screen can be distracting if you're working in a brightly lit room.'
'The keys are flat and springy; the layout lacks a full number pad, but that's far from a dealbreaker on a multimedia notebook.'
'The screen is bright, with rich colors and crisp text rendering.'
'the 1,366x768 native resolution screen looked good, although we've also seen screens this size with higher resolutions.'
'very responsive touchpad'
'The integrated video processor is able to help decode HD videos (AVC/VC-2/MPEG2) , e.g., for a fluent Blu-Ray playback with slow CPUs.'
'new wide-aspect display'
'It maintains many of the classic ThinkPad qualities, like the industry-leading keyboard and a wide range of wireless connectivity options.'
'new Centrino 2 processor'
'great mobile performance'
'extra bright display'
'Connections are average with only one VGA and two USBs, but there’s no HDMI for High-Def fun.'
'boring business notebook'
'Battery life is by no means bad, either.'
'Uses older and less powerful components - slow Celeron/Core 2 Duo processors, Intel GMA graphics, DDR2 memory, wireless B/G.'
'only reliable high contrast screen laptop manufacturers'
'16. 9 display is not ideal for web browsing, productivity software.'
'it a more modern and appealing look'
'the E6400 is very smooth.'
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