Review: Lenovo ThinkPad X41 Tablet PC (CoolTechZone)

CoolTechZone has a new review of the Lenovo ThinkPad X41 Tablet PC by Varun Dubey. The review runs four pages, and Varun brings up a major point that many reviews of the “convertibles” (tablet/laptop combinations) tend to gloss over – that Tablet PCs are not for the majority of laptop users for several reasons. They end the review by saying:

If you are looking for a small lightweight tablet and won’t do much more than e-mail and note taking, along with basic office stuff, we would seriously recommend this one for it’s battery life, the extreme lightweight design and the brilliant IBM support, but be ready to pay anywhere from $1800 to upwards of $2000 for a common purpose machine.

That’s the key – these kinds of laptops do not make for good all-round/common purpose machines.

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