The thing that struck me was that it (at least the model sent to the FCC) has a “Bluetooth and UWB transmitter” – that is, Ultra Wideband. UWB has a short range, but it’s got a good bandwidth – if it goes through as Bluetooth 3.0 (which I believe it will), to give you a comparison: UWB can transfer data up to 480Mbit/second while Bluetooth version 2.0 + EDR transfers data at up to 3Mbit/sec. It should be able to retain low-power requirements as well.
Looks like it’s manufactured by Wistron. The FCC ID is PU5-X200T.
– 7448: 1 Year Depot Warranty
– 7449: 3 Year Depot Warranty
– 4184: 1 Year Standard Depot Warranty
– 7450: 3 Year Standard Depot Warrant
– 7453: 3 On-Site Warranty
– 2263: 4 Year Standard Depot Warrant
– 2266: 4 Year On-Site Warranty
– Wacom Digitizer: SU5E-12W13AS: Resistive touch panel controller
– Wacom Digitizer: SU5R-12W13AS:
– CPU: Intel 1.4GHz
– LCD: Hydis HV121WX4
– HDD: Seagate ST980817AS 80GB
– Battery: Sanyo 4-cell
There is a diagram in the documents of the bottom of the X200T, and it resembles the Lenovo ThinkPad X200 (no surprise). Otherwise, there are no snazzy pictures this time around.
– FCC Filing
Thanks to Dave G.