The Z series was developed as a widescreen-only multimedia machine line with an aspect ratio of 16:10 (5:3 for the Z60t), in contrast to the ThinkPads of the time, which were usually produced with a standard aspect ratio of 4:3. In addition, they were also produced with a multi-card/SD card reader. This was to fulfill the needs of a multimedia user in general, who would often take photos and transfer them via a multimedia card.
They were also somewhat unique for their inclusion of a lid made out of titanium; similar to the Titanium PowerBook G4. Although, this was only offered as an option, and could still be equipped with a normal plastic lid.
The Z series was eventually discontinued, as the release of a widescreen T60 model made the selling point of the Z series redundant.
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