Lenovo X200T Tablet at the FCC, With UWB

Lenovo ThinkPad X200 Tablet The Lenovo ThinkPad X200T Tablet PC, Lenovo’s widescreen sequel to the ThinkPad X61T Tablet PC is pretty close to being available in North America. It’s now shown up at the FCC.

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:

Other Details:
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.

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