There has been so much going on today at that I have not had a chance to process all of the new information and post it on the website – I was walking around in a fog (although that’s more due to the cold that I just got over). I thought I would be able to get back to where I’m staying and get some information up, but I’m exhausted and it’s a lot.
Just a few of the highlights – Toshiba and Lenovo both have announced dual-core Intel Centrino-based ultraportables (Lenovo’s is an update of the X series, Toshiba’s of the M200 Tablet PC series). Sadly the X series update was not widescreen (I had really hoped they would go widescreen). I didn’t get a chance to see either one up close, but plan on tracking down a lot of information about these and other ultraportables while I’m here.
Unfortunately I’m pretty much a one-man show when it comes to the website, and so I’m going to have to put updates off until tomorrow.
I was just going to put a bunch of quick little blurbs up, but I’d rather put up full pages for each new product with all specs, etc.
PC Magazine has published their Best of the Year for 2005, and listed three ultraportable notebooks in their notebook category.
Lenovo is having a sale through the end of the month (the memory upgrades expire on the 19th) on ThinkPad X41 Tablets. The sale involves 1GB memory upgrades for $149, and $500 off of what appears to be all X41 Tablet PC models.