Review: FlyBook ( has published a review of the new FlyBook from Dialogue (Italy). The Flybook is a “convertible” – A laptop that can convert from a laptop with a keyboard into a Tablet PC. It has a 9-inch screen and is powered by a 1GHz Transmeta Crusoe TM-5800 CPU. This is the first ultraportable for Dialogue (At least in the UK), but it’s a solid showing. It has the ability to use a Sim-Card and access your mobile phone/wireless service.

Considering it’s the first offering of this nature from Dialogue, Pocket-lint seemed fairly neutral, saying while it’s certainly not the best example we’ve seen of a tablet PC, it serves its purpose well.

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Review: Lenovo ThinkPad X41 (HardwareCentral)

There is a new review out covering the Lenovo ThinkPad X41 (Not the Tablet PC version). This is the new ThinkPad with a 12.1″ XGA display. HardwareCentral calls it an ..outstanding mini notebook that combines solid performance with a lot of nifty little conveniences” but they are a little hesitant when it comes to the price.

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Review: Sony VAIO VGN-T2XP (TrustedReviews)

TrustedReviews has posted their review of the Sony VAIO VGN-T2XP by Riyad Emeran.

The T2XP is a 10.6″ widescreen ultraportable utilizing a 1.2GHz Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) Pentium M. This is one of the few smaller ultraportables with an integrated DVD burner.

They gave it a “Recommended” score (9/10).

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