IBM ThinkPad R52 Notebook Review 2005 Part 1

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It is review of the IBM Thinkpad R52 from december 2005.
It is a first part.

This notebook has a Intel Pentium M procesor running 1733Mhz as well as 1536 MB of DDR2 Ram.
Graphics with this model is the ATI Mobility Radeon X300 with 64 MB of VRAM.
Sound is provided by SoundMax and AC'97.
It has 15,0 inches TN TFT display and the resolution is 1024x768(XGA).

Also it has:
2x Usb 2.0, 2x Type II CardBus Slots or (1) type III, IrDA 1.1, UltraBay ENhanced, 1x Docking port,
1x Parallel port, Firewire 400(4-pin IEEE 1394a-2000), 1x VGA, 1x S-Video out port,
1x audio out, 1x microphone in, 1 x RJ11(Modem port), 1x RJ45(Ethernet port) and the kensington lock.

Currently running on Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP3.

Thank you and and hope you enjoy the video !


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