'Good system performance, Good upgrade options'
'Excellent Keyboard And Trackpad'
'High-end Ivy Bridge CPU, good graphics performance'
'Good performance, Fingerprint reader'
'Rock-solid feel and clean design'
'High-quality compact case design'
'amazing starting price'
'Lackluster speakers could use some oompf.'
'three-piece power suits'
'Short battery life -- make sure to buy a six- or eight-cell battery.'
'the screen is capable of showing 72 percent of the Adobe RGB color gamut, whereas typical laptop displays show 45 percent.'
'It's small, and the buttons feel cheap, but compatibility with most Wacom-ready pens means the range of control options for the W700's tablet are nearly unlimited.'
'The W700 is more than enough to play Unreal Tournament 3 and is capable of 48 fps at 1920x1200 resolution.'
'boring business notebook'
'Battery life is by no means bad, either.'
'good battery performance'
'Poor battery life and weight.'
'The higher-end components proved capable of heavy lifting on our performance benchmark tests'
'On higher backlight settings some mild backlight bleed was visible on a completely black screen'
'In bright sunlight, however, displays were difficult to view'
'amazingly high-res widescreen display'
'Has Wi-Fi (wireless connectivity) built-in'
'it's still black, bland, and not at all revolutionary'
'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.'
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