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.
Lenovo has revealed information about their new ultraportable, that is a part of their 3000 series. It’s the Lenovo 3000 V100, and has a 12.1-inch display, BUT, unlike the previous ultraportables they have released this year, the ThinkPad X60, this has a widescreen display (1280×800), making for a smaller footprint. Like the ThinkPad X60 series, the V100 is powered by an Intel Core Duo CPU (although a Core Solo is available).
ZDNet/CNET put together a video review of the Lenovo ThinkPad X60s, the latest Intel Core Duo-powered ultraportable notebook from Lenovo. It’ll give you a good idea of just how thin and light this thing really is (it weighs in at around three and a half pounds, yet is capable of 6+ hours of battery life while retaining a 12.1-inch non-widescreen display).