Lenovo ThinkPad X120E
Curved keyboard design is comfortable, Highresolution 11.6inch display, Powered USB port for charging devices, Superb price for the performance, HDMI port
Fast for a netbook, Best keyboard in the business.
Wellbuilt business netbook, Excellent video/graphics performance, Good battery life.
Fast, battery-efficient AMD E-350 processor. Fast hard drive. Best-in-class keyboard. Phenomenal navigating experience with both pointing devices and pairs of mouse buttons. Over 6 hours of battery life. HDMI port. Mobile broadband available.
AMD E-350 CPU offers long battery life; solid graphics; excellent keyboard; compact, professional ThinkPad design.
Amazingly comfortable chiclet keyboard, Great blend of performance and graphics, Over five hours of battery life
Long battery Life, Well-designed keyboard, Wide viewing angles, Accurate low-light webcam, Loud speakers
Low price; very portable; full-size keyboard; excellent ThinkPad utilities; decent graphics horsepower for the price
No docking station, Somewhat small palm rest, No keyboard light
Not an ultraportable, despite Lenovo's characterization.
A little expensive for an E350, No backlit keyboard, Good, but not "great" battery life.
A substantial premium is tacked on for its business feature. Drab design.
Throwback rubberized trackpoint eats up valuable space; battery bulge; heavy chassis; more expensive than some other AMD Fusion systems.
Sixcell battery awkwardly protrudes, More expensive than HP's AMD Fusion laptop, Some video driver issues in Win Media Player
Warm temperatures, Medicore video playback, Short palm rest
Below-average productivity and multimedia performance; no on-board optical drive or ExpressCard slot; bland styling
By NotebookCheck on June 29, 2011
With the ThinkPad X120e, Lenovo was able to improve upon a number of areas where the X100e faltered. Hardware-wise, the display now provides a more uniform illumination with a higher contrast and the addition of the HDMI-port is a definite welcome to...86
By ConnectReviews on May 22, 2011
If you're looking for a small, ultra-portable business laptop for taking from meeting to meeting that's small enough to fit on an airplane tray table, you're in luck. Today we're taking a look at the ThinkPad X120e from Lenovo. The X120e...-
By InfoWorld on April 16, 2011
Lenovo's marketing preferences aside, the X120e is not an ultraportable: Its screen is too small and its performance is too slow. We're not even sure why the company would want to match it against full-fledged ultraportables. But the X120e is...80
By ZDNet UK on March 08, 2011
Consternation ensued, both on Facebook and on the forums, with correspondents expressing dismay at being denied the choice enjoyed by US customers. Although we found the ThinkPad Edge 11" a perfectly decent...-
By PCWorld on March 01, 2011
This is not an ultraportable, though Lenovo refers to it as such; rather, it's one of the best netbooks ever....80
By Notebook Review on February 23, 2011
We were big fans of the ThinkPad X100e and had high hopes for the new ThinkPad X120e. In general, Lenovo delivered the goods, but it isn't perfect. For starters, several other companies have risen to the challenge of making good netbook...70
By HotHardware on February 21, 2011
In our SiSoftware Sandra tests, the ThinkPad X120e performed well. It's performance level wasn't in-line with Atom and Neo CPUs, but rather somewhat more powerful CPUs; that could be found in mainstream notebooks and desktops just a few months...-
By PC Mag on February 16, 2011
The Lenovo ThinkPad X120e is arguably the best netbook for business, but it comes at a premium. Buy it nowBuy direct from Lenovo and check for...80
By cnet on February 10, 2011
The AMD Fusion-powered ThinkPad X120e is an 11-inch ultraportable that's better and more affordable than last year's model, making it an even better choice for small-business...81
By Engadget on February 07, 2011
It's a good thing we believe in second chances, eh? The X120e is without a doubt an improvement over the X100e in terms of battery life, thermals, and performance, and considering we've always loved its classic looking chassis and amazingly...80