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ON HOLD: my personal X60 tablet, SXGA+ (1400x1050) LCD, the nicest one you'll find

#1 Post by ajkula66 » Sun Feb 23, 2020 7:36 pm

I love this little guy...but it hasn't been turned on in more than six months, and definitely deserves better than that...

the basics:

ThinkPad X60T (6363-2AU)

L2400(1.66GHz)
1GB RAM..........................................now 3GB
80GB 5400rpm HD..............................now Intel 160GB SSD
12.1in 1400x1050 LCD
Intel 950
Intel 802.11abg wireless.......................now Atheros AR9380 (450Mbps on my dual-band router)
Bluetooth, Modem
1Gb Ethernet
Secure chip
Fingerprint reader
8c Li-Ion*.........................................please read below
WinXP Tablet 2005..............................COA only
Modded BIOS
No Ultrabase
No stylus or AC adapter included



Likely one of the finest surviving X60T units that you'll ever come across, showing only minor wear on the lid and bottom. Plastics and keyboard are in *very* clean shape, with all the stickers still intact.Overall condition is 9 out of 10 in my opinion.Apart from the upgrades listed above, let me just note a couple of other things:

- The coveted SXGA+ screen is in perfect condition. No scratches, dead pixels, pressure marks and still very bright for its age and type.

- The heatsink has been replaced with a brand new one when I got the system, and the machine has seen maybe 30 hours of use since then. It runs very cool and quiet.

- The battery has been sourced from a re-celler all the way in the UK, courtesy of a friend of mine and a fellow forum member. It shows the manufacturing date of 2017-05-12 - the date when the new cells were installed - while correctly pointing out that it was first used in August of 2007, and holds 100% of the design charge with under 10 cycles.

- The machine gives out a Computrace warning when the BIOS is entered, but there is NO active Computrace on this system


Asking $200 shipped within U.S. or $175 + shipping at cost to most locations worldwide.

PM or email me directly to tataslonATaol.com with any questions/concerns.
Last edited by ajkula66 on Tue Feb 25, 2020 10:09 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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Re: FS: my personal X60 tablet, SXGA+ (1400x1050) LCD, the nicest one you'll find

#2 Post by arty_harvy » Sun Feb 23, 2020 7:49 pm

Pmed and E-Mailed
W520: 2960XM 16GB SSD nVidea FHD IPS
X201t: 640LM 8GB SSD WXGA
W500: T9900 8GB SSD ATI WUXGA
T400: T9600 8GB SSD ATI WSXGA+
T60p: T9500 8GB SSD nVidea UXGA
T61: T9300 8GB SSD SXGA+
X61t: L7700 8GB SSD SXGA+
T43: 780M 2GB 100GB SXGA+
X41t: 758LV 2GB 60GB XGA
XT2: U9600 5GB SSD WXGA (Dell)

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Re: FS: my personal X60 tablet, SXGA+ (1400x1050) LCD, the nicest one you'll find

#3 Post by olex126 » Sun Feb 23, 2020 9:11 pm

George....George....George!

I believe it was ME sold you that re-celled battery.....and I am NOT in the U.K....

I'm in Canada...you remember Canada don't you ?...Snow....Cold....Ice....Igloos...Moose....Eskimos....Banff National Park.... Newfoundland Screech....Air Canada....The North Pole.... Santa Claus....RCMP in red suits and funny furry hats...a Prime Minister with no backbone...(whoops! Sorry!..sometimes my "Bad Inside Voice" just accidentally gets outside :D )

How DARE you forget?

HARUMPH! :BAAAD!:

Regards.

Dave
Previous Thinkpads: 701C A22m A30/A31p T23p x2 T30 T41 X31 various 750's 760's & 390's.

DD's & Test Benches: X41T, X60T & X61T's, various T42p-T43p's, x200 x201 x220T x230 T520 W530 T601F LED (X9000/8Gb/250SSD/W7 U)


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Re: FS: my personal X60 tablet, SXGA+ (1400x1050) LCD, the nicest one you'll find

#4 Post by ajkula66 » Sun Feb 23, 2020 9:15 pm

olex126 wrote:
Sun Feb 23, 2020 9:11 pm
George....George....George!

I believe it was ME sold you that re-celled battery.....and I am NOT in the U.K....
You are not, but the re-celler is, correct ? :lol:

Always good to hear your comments, old friend... :thumbs-UP:
...Knowledge is a deadly friend when no one sets the rules...(King Crimson)

Cheers,

George (your grouchy retired FlexView farmer)

FlexView AARP club members:A31p, T43pSF

Abused daily: T520, X200s


PMs requesting personal tech support will be ignored.

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Re: FS: my personal X60 tablet, SXGA+ (1400x1050) LCD, the nicest one you'll find

#5 Post by iamdmc » Tue Feb 25, 2020 11:47 am

olex126 wrote:
Sun Feb 23, 2020 9:11 pm
George....George....George!

I believe it was ME sold you that re-celled battery.....and I am NOT in the U.K....

I'm in Canada...you remember Canada don't you ?...Snow....Cold....Ice....Igloos...Moose....Eskimos....Banff National Park.... Newfoundland Screech....Air Canada....The North Pole.... Santa Claus....RCMP in red suits and funny furry hats...a Prime Minister with no backbone...(whoops! Sorry!..sometimes my "Bad Inside Voice" just accidentally gets outside :D )

How DARE you forget?

HARUMPH! :BAAAD!:

Regards.

Dave
I should move back to TORONTO so I could buy recelled batteries from you for my X61

but sadly I moved to LONDON and won't be back for a year at least
ThinkPad T480s
i7-8550u | 16+8GB RAM | 500GB Samsung 970 2280 M.2 M-key PCIe x4 | FHDtoQHD upgrade | 2242 M.2 B-key PCIe x2 @WWAN slot | Intel AX200

The X61 is dead... long live the X61

Past IBM ThinkPads: T450s, X250, X230, X220, X300, T410, X61s, T60p, T41, X31, T23, A21m

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Re: FS: my personal X60 tablet, SXGA+ (1400x1050) LCD, the nicest one you'll find

#6 Post by iamdmc » Tue Feb 25, 2020 11:48 am

Any de-lamination in the panel&glass?

Could this work with the X61T boards? If so I might be interested as I could do pinmod on an L7500 X61T board with this
ThinkPad T480s
i7-8550u | 16+8GB RAM | 500GB Samsung 970 2280 M.2 M-key PCIe x4 | FHDtoQHD upgrade | 2242 M.2 B-key PCIe x2 @WWAN slot | Intel AX200

The X61 is dead... long live the X61

Past IBM ThinkPads: T450s, X250, X230, X220, X300, T410, X61s, T60p, T41, X31, T23, A21m

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Re: FS: my personal X60 tablet, SXGA+ (1400x1050) LCD, the nicest one you'll find

#7 Post by ajkula66 » Tue Feb 25, 2020 10:12 pm

iamdmc wrote:
Tue Feb 25, 2020 11:48 am

Any de-lamination in the panel&glass?
No.
Could this work with the X61T boards? If so I might be interested as I could do pinmod on an L7500 X61T board with this
Yes, those are usually referred to as X601... :D

That being said, the machine is currently on hold pending payment.
...Knowledge is a deadly friend when no one sets the rules...(King Crimson)

Cheers,

George (your grouchy retired FlexView farmer)

FlexView AARP club members:A31p, T43pSF

Abused daily: T520, X200s


PMs requesting personal tech support will be ignored.

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