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    Default X220 tablet vs X61 tablet..

    You know I'm just kinda disappointed in how this mad rush for widescreen turned 4:3 to 16:9, just some comparison pictures.

    X220t vs X61t

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    Heck here's my 4:3 SXGA+ T60 vs 16:10 Z61t

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    Default Re: X220 tablet vs X61 tablet..

    Is that a flexview in the T60?


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    Default Re: X220 tablet vs X61 tablet..

    I'm from the future. If you think you hate 16:9, just wait for 2.39:1 to become popular.

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    Default Re: X220 tablet vs X61 tablet..

    the T60 model that Tsunade has is a 14 inch model, so it is not a flexview screen. Just a regular TN LCD.

    I got three of these SXGA+ model T60 (some backlight is already ready to give out). They are really good business machine, one of my favourite.

    The X61t with the SXGA+ is also very good, i got a X61t XGA like the one shown. The only thing i really hate is how loud the fan can be when the CPU is pushed.

    But the X61t is a really polished machine.
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    Default Re: X220 tablet vs X61 tablet..

    You ain't seen nothin' until you compare the SXGA+ screen... lol.
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    SXGA+ was kinda out of my budget, maybe if I can find a top portion for dirt cheap with SXGA+, as you can see this unit is pristine.
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    Default Re: X220 tablet vs X61 tablet..

    Quote Originally Posted by Tsunade_Hime View Post
    SXGA+ was kinda out of my budget, maybe if I can find a top portion for dirt cheap with SXGA+, as you can see this unit is pristine.
    Lol I did that with my X61t... got an X60t with SXGA+, turned the X61t into a Frankenpad, and gave the remnants to my dad. Hawt.
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    Default Re: X220 tablet vs X61 tablet..

    Quote Originally Posted by chubbyfatazn View Post
    Lol I did that with my X61t... got an X60t with SXGA+, turned the X61t into a Frankenpad, and gave the remnants to my dad. Hawt.
    Ha I just bought an X60t on eBay with SXGA+.
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    Default Re: X220 tablet vs X61 tablet..

    You just can't beat that 12" SXGA+.

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    Default Re: X220 tablet vs X61 tablet..

    16:9 is unusable in portrait mode.

 

 
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