Lenovo debuts ThinkPad Z60m and R51E

Posted on Wednesday, September 21 2005 @ 17:08 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
ATI proudly announces Lenovo has introduced two new ThinkPad notebooks powered by its Mobility Radeon X600 graphics and Radeon Xpress 200M chipset. This includes the Lenovo Z60m widescreen notebook and the R51E mainstream performance notebook.

"High performance, long battery life, affordability and investment protection, are critical selection factors for notebook PCs," said Phil Eisler, Vice President and General Manager of ATI's Integrated and Mobile Business Unit. "The latter-investment protection-has never been more critical as we sit on the cusp of Microsoft's next-generation Vista OS. Anyone purchasing a notebook today should examine its capability to support the applications and operating systems of tomorrow."

ATI's Mobility Radeon X600 chipset in the ThinkPad Z60m Leadership Model delivers desktop-rivaling performance and a cutting-edge, multi-media solution designed to handle the most graphically-intense applications well into the future. The ThinkPad Z60m Leadership Model, based on ATI's Mobility Radeon X600 chipset, has a 15.4-inch widescreen display and an array of ports for digital storage and peripheral connectivity, offering an excellent solution for productivity and mobility.

The ThinkPad R51E notebook, based on ATI's Radeon Xpress 200M chipset with DirectX 9 integrated graphics, offers an affordable feature-rich, entry-level business solution. With its support of the latest industry standards and next-generation operating systems, Radeon Xpress 200M ensures the investment protection today's businesses require. Moreover, ATI's integrated graphics processors are the only integrated graphics available on the market that currently support Windows Vista requirements.

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