Category Archives: IBM/Lenovo

Best Buy – Details about Lenovo ThinkPad X300

Looks like Gizmodo was right – the Lenovo ThinkPad X300 does exist, as evidenced by a Best Buy page. What’s surprising is that it will be sold through Best Buy (with a shipping date of 1-2 weeks) – there have … Continue reading

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Lenovo’s New Laptop AC/DC Adapter

In 3-4 weeks, Lenovo is set to start shipping a new, much slimmer, AC/DC adapter for its laptops. It will charge Lenovo’s laptops (such as the ThinkPad X61, 3000 V200 Series, the IdeaPad and probably the ThinkPad X300). In addition, … Continue reading

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Fujitsu and Lenovo – Using the MacBook Air CPU?

CNET News.com believes they have confirmed the two laptop makers that will be using the MacBook Air CPU: Lenovo and Fujitsu: The PC industry is wasting little time getting in line behind Apple to use Intel’s spiffy new notebook chip. … Continue reading

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Lenovo ThinkPad X300 Details Leaked?

On Friday, Gizmodo reported on what they claim is leaked information about a Lenovo ThinkPad X300, a new line from Lenovo that would be competing with the MacBook Air from Apple. One advantage it would have is that it has … Continue reading

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ThinkPad X61 Tablet vs Current Competition

Earlier this week, over at The Student Tablet PC site, they posted part one of an interesting comparision, The X61t vs Everything Else. Part one covers the ThinkPad X61 Tablet versus the current generation “convertible” Tablets (convertible = can switch … Continue reading

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