Notebooks.com has a cool article about the NBA using ThinkPads courtside at their games. The ThinkPads are X60 Tablet PCs to keep track of stats, the clock, and to help the officials during the game. Quote: Lenovo provides ThinkPads and desktops for the league to … Read more
GottaBeMobile.com has clarified that there is not a Intel Core 2 Duo version of the Lenovo ThinkPad X60 Tablet available. For a while the Core 2 Duo options were available on Lenovo’s ThinkPad X60 site. GottaBeMobile had this to say: Our sources at Lenovo have … Read more
TabletPc2.com has given the Lenovo ThinkPad X60 Tablet their 2007 Editors Choice Convertible Tablet PC award. They explained what went into this decision: Each generation of Tablet PCs, brings us faster processors, more memory, bigger hard drives and generally longer battery life, but those are … Read more
LAPTOP Magazine has reviewed the Lenovo ThinkPad X60 Tablet, the sequel to IBM/Lenovo’s ThinkPad X41 Tablet. This is a “convertible”, in that while it has all of the functionality of a Tablet PC (including running the Tablet PC Edition of Windows XP, or using the Table functionality of Microsoft Windows Vista Premium or Business editions, it also has a physical keyboard and can be configured to work as a laptop.