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'boring business notebook'
'Battery life is by no means bad, either.'
'Has Wi-Fi (wireless connectivity) built-in'
'it's still black, bland, and not at all revolutionary'
'On higher backlight settings some mild backlight bleed was visible on a completely black screen'
'three handy volume buttons'
'The ugly duckling of Lenovo's ThinkPad line has become a swan.'
'The orientation of the USB ports seems rather impractical'
'A classic ThinkPad, the R61 is full of nice features you don't usually find in a laptop, such as the ThinkLight, an LED that illuminates the keyboard.'
'We are happy to see three USB ports'
'The T60p gets a little warm on the bottom upper left hand corner'
'Lacks shared card slot.'
'The higher-end components proved capable of heavy lifting on our performance benchmark tests'
'In bright sunlight, however, displays were difficult to view'
'amazingly high-res widescreen display'
'I did run 3DMark 05 on it, and it did come up somewhat disappointing'
'performance is low, suiting it more for basic office use than anything too demanding'
'only two USB 2.0 ports'
'There's also a great wireless utility that is extremely competent for securing and managing all your 802.11 connections'
'disappointing laptop speakers'
'Difficult to upgrade RAM.'
'Thin Viewing Angles.'
'Protective roll cage offers sturdiness.'
'In our MobileMark 2005 DVD run down test, it lasted just 121 minutes, which is barely enough for a short feature film (assuming you start at full power).'
'There are better multimedia notebooks available at a similar price.'
'Shared video memory has a negative impact on system performance which may be okay for users with more modest graphics needs.'
'The N100 scored a lowly 1,332 on our 3DMark03 test.'
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