Sony Vaio UX50 versus Lenovo ThinkPad X60 Tablet
Initially, i thought that all i wanted was a Levono, but when i used the Sony, i discovered that there is more to a laptop notebook. It is just to good to true. Its portability and every feature have proved it to be the best.
This laptop notebook is a light weight tablet has the features of both a laptop, a music feature and everything you want in it, plus addition its portability. I have been a Tablet man since i was little, i loved iPods, PSP, and all those portable digital gadgets.
I love the sound effect of Lenovo ThinkPad X60 Tablet, although it is not as hard as the sizable laptops, but the sound is good enough for me. I used to compare the Sony Vaio tablet with this one, but from my own perspective, i think i will go for this. It also runs on a Windows Vista, and it maintains itself as of the best convertible tablets around.
Take a look at these specs and be surprised with what your money will buy: Intel Core Duo (1.66 GHz), 1 GB DDR II SDRAM, 3.7 lbs, 12.1 in TFT active matrix, Microsoft Windows Vista Business, Microsoft Windows Vista.
You practically can not compare the Sony Vaio versus Levono Thinkpad! The Sony stands out. As long as i live, i dont think i will appreciate another tablet laptop, as much as i do for Sony Vaio UX50. It is so lightweighted, its got an attrative keypad, two cameras, and practically every port connection you want.
Although, i hate the fact that is very expensive, and the most painful part to me is that the battery life is very short, so you just have to keep it under charge. Another thing that i love also, its fingerprint scanner, bluetooth, and its card reader. I was trying to compareit with Levono, but "My God, it is incomparable".You might want to see other features that will scare you to purchasing yours as soon as possible: headphone and mic features, wireless local area network system, and others connections features, a screen display resolution of 1024 x 600, this is almost as that of a sizeable laptop computer. Comparing the Sony Vaio versus Levono Thinkpad seems to be an endless debate, so my advise is buy both, smiles.
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