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Lenovo readies AMD-powered ultrathin, ThinkPad x100e

By Jos
Nov 19, 2009
  1. Lenovo today became the latest in a growing list of laptop vendors slotting an ultrathin product between their low-cost netbook and conventional notebook lines. Pitched as an extension of their popular X-Series, the new ThinkPad X100e is built on AMD's Athlon Neo platform and should retail for under $500.

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  2. Puiu

    Puiu TS Maniac Posts: 1,077   +101

    This looks really good, but the battery life could have been a bit longer. 5 hours is good enought considering the specs and the screen is big enough to actually be able to work on it (i don't like small ones - 10inch is the bare minimum for me).
     
  3. ET3D

    ET3D TechSpot Paladin Posts: 981   +31

    I don't care about screen size, but I do care about resolution. 1024x600 is too low.

    This sounds pretty good. Trackpoint and decent graphics are the highlights for me. When comparing to my Fujitsu P1510D, the only down sides are that weight/size (the Lenovo is bigger and weighs more) and no tablet mode, but I'd still consider it an upgrade, something I can't say for standard Atom based netbooks.
     
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