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Your A4-Size Business Companion: Choosing the Best Compact Notebook. Part I

Started by: dec | Date 11/16/05 09:56:31 PM
Comments: 35 | Last Comment:  02/06/07 11:13:30 AM

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I think it would be better if you add comparison specification table (CPU, weight, size, other physical things) into this article.

I wonder, No Dell 700m to compare with them??
0 0 [Posted by:  | Date: 11/16/05 09:56:31 PM]

Hmm... first, the ThinkPad X40 is an outdated model.

Second, there IS an extended life battery available from IBM - you want the 8-cell.

Third, I'd also like to see the older ThinkPad X32 compared against the others - it's a somewhat larger, yet much more powerful model. And, the X3x series WILL be continued, according to
0 0 [Posted by:  | Date: 11/17/05 06:24:40 AM]
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I think IBM X40 is a 2004 model and current model is X41, isn't it
0 0 [Posted by:  | Date: 11/29/05 08:05:06 AM]
I reply to myshelf:
Yes, new model is X41, available this spring
X41 has better CPU (P-M 758, 1.7Ghz) and chipset (i915)
Review: X41
0 0 [Posted by:  | Date: 11/29/05 08:17:14 AM]

too much intel bias. one turion only and everything was wrong with it!
0 0 [Posted by:  | Date: 11/17/05 07:14:23 PM]
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Not really, Xbitlabs fault, that there aren't that many Turion based notebooks,on the market in comparison to the Centrino notebooks.
0 0 [Posted by:  | Date: 11/19/05 05:22:32 PM]

When will the second part be published?
I suppose we could read in that second part about Dell Latitude X1, Toshiba Portégé R200, ...
0 0 [Posted by:  | Date: 11/27/05 03:51:18 PM]


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