The Thinkpad X60 Tablet is my latest laptop purchase, and will probably be the latest for still a good while longer. I have owned Toshiba Porteges and Dell Latitudes in the past. This Thinkpad surpasses them all. True to what Thinkpads are known for, this laptop is very solidly built, made with quality parts. Firstly, the screen has a resolution of 1600 x 1440, over 12 inches of regular aspect (4:3) dimensions. It is the most finely grained screen I've ever seen, and may be the most fine resolution I ever see, seeing how the trend nowadays seems to be going towards widescreen monitors, with less pixels than my 17" monitor, which I got in 2005. The keyboard is the best out of any laptop I have ever used. The software available is the most useful out of any I have used. I have actually used the backup utility it comes with multiple times to swap out the hard drive. Overall, I am very happy with this laptop, except for two small problems. Firstly, the battery life is only about 3.5 hours, which is not great by today's standards. Being an ultraportable, it should last at least 5, especially since this battery life is what the extended battery gives me. Next, for an ultraportable, it is rather heavy, at 4.5 pounds. But the style is definitely distinctive, being very business-like, which I like. This is a very solid machine.