Review: Lenovo ThinkPad X41 Tablet (

Lenovo ThinkPad X41 Tablet PC
Linda A. Epstein has published a review for, of the Lenovo ThinkPad X41 Tablet – the first modern Tablet by Lenovo in an ultraportable form factor (in the ThinkPad lineup). The X41 Tablet is one of the “convertible” ultraportables – having both the ability to act as a Tablet PC, and as a notebook (with a physical keyboard).

The X41 is powered by one of the low-voltage Pentium Ms (1.5GHz and up) and, unfortunately, comes with a non-widescreen display (that measures 12.1 inches).

She brings up the question many people have asked over the past year:

The most asked question about the X41Tablet PC:

“Since its by Lenovo and not IBM, does it live up to the IBM name?”

In our opinion the answer is a definitive yes. In true “ThinkPad” fashion, the X41 is a sturdy reliable Tablet PC that provides the user with a great out of box experience. Built to go anywhere, the X41 Tablet PC is suitable for students, road warriors and home users alike.

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