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Lenovo ThinkPad X200t reviewed, compared, generally liked

Lenovo ThinkPad X200t reviewed, compared, generally liked

Lenovo's X200t has only been official since Thursday last week, but the reviews are already beginning to wade in.  Laptop Mag have put the $2,300 convertible notebook through its paces, and like just about every ThinkPad review in existence, the keyboard and general durability are both praised.  Meanwhile, over at GottaBeMobile, they've lined up the X200t against a key rival: HP's 2730p Tablet PC, announced back in August.

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Lenovo ThinkPad X200t early specs show up

Lenovo ThinkPad X200t early specs show up

We've pretty much known that Lenovo are planning a Tablet PC version of their new X200 series ever since mention of the touchscreen ultraportable was made in a leaked company presentation, but up until now the specs have remained a mystery.  A new page on the Hong Kong Baptist University website, however, claims to have the hardware details for the X200t: a 1.86GHz Core 2 Duo CPU, 1GB of RAM (with a maximum 4GB supported), a 160GB SATA hard-drive and 12.1-inch 1280 x 800 display.

Lenovo ThinkPad SL-series confirmed

Lenovo ThinkPad SL-series confirmed

Lenovo has confirmed the existence of its upcoming ThinkPad SL-series, recently leaked in an errant presentation.  The notebooks, targeted at Lenovo's bread & butter small and medium business market, will be priced from $699 to $1,199, and, in a first for the ThinkPad and perhaps for the market, include online backup services as standard.

Lenovo X200 new specs & photos emerge

Lenovo X200 new specs & photos emerge

Lenovo's upcoming ThinkPad X200 ultraportable, which was recently tipped in a company presentation, has been spotted and profiled by 51nb, a Chinese notebook forum.  Not only did they dig up two new images of the ultraportable, but the spec sheet too; we now know that it uses a 45nm Intel Centrino 2 + VPro Core 2 Duo CPU running at up to 2.4GHz, has a 12-inch WXGA LCD screen (or, in the case of the Tablet version, a touchscreen) and an SSD storage option alongside conventional hard-drives.

Lenovo opts for widescreen-only in mainstream notebook range

Lenovo opts for widescreen-only in mainstream notebook range

Lenovo has hammered another nail into the 4:3 laptop display coffin with the quiet removal of its standard ratio T61 from its online store.  It means that all of the company's mainstream notebooks - whether in the ThinkPad, IdeaPad or 3000-series lines - are only available with widescreen LCDs.  The X61 - in Lenovo's ultraportable range and produced in standard and Tablet PC versions - is now the only remaining 4:3 option.

Holiday Gift Guide 2011

Holiday Gift Guide 2011

With technology in our pockets, living rooms, handbags and offices, buying gadgets for the holidays isn't just about satisfying the geek in your life any more, but making sure everybody gets the tech-toy they've been desperate for all year. SlashGear's Holiday Gift Guide 2011 helps you cut through the battery-powered confusion and pick out the best products on the market today, whether you're looking for a tablet, a laptop or a digital camera.

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 38 2008

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 38 2008

After a week or two on the down-low, netbooks have been back among the headlines with Sony grudgingly admitting that it will probably make one while MSI discussed plans for their second-generation range.  Not bad for something an AMD VP described as only good for "around the house".  Elsewhere, it's been 3G and netbooks getting married: Vodafone revealed their UK deal with Dell, and T-Mobile their Acer deal in Germany.  Speaking of Acer, we unboxed their Aspire One and will have the full review on Monday.

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 34 2008

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 34 2008

Intel have been holding their annual Developers' Forum in San Francisco this week, and quite a few prototypes and commercial products have come out to play. Of the former, most exciting seems to be the UrbanMax Tablet PC concept; of the latter, Viliv's S5 MID and S7 UMPC both promise to crank the netbook market up a gear or two.

That's probably not what Acer want to hear; the company has snipped pricing off of their Aspire One netbook, presumably remembering (only a little late) that the ultraportables are meant to be cheap. Not far from the shelves, Fujitsu's Amilo Mini and Dell's Inspiron 910 continued to leak information, but still no official word from the tongue-tied companies themselves.

SlashGear Week in Review – August 3rd

SlashGear Week in Review – August 3rd

Week in Review time, and it seems like there's plenty to look back on over the past seven days.  Continuing our fresh tradition, in the fast-moving netbook segment we've seen confirmation of ASUS' Eee PC plans - 23 models in all, the next of which being the 701SD, together with dual-core and bigger SSD versions - as well as Sylvania's new G Netbook MESO, the target $299 tag of which got plenty of people hot under the collar.  Price is a sore subject over at MSI, who saw their Wind netbook rise in cost uncontrollably, while E-Lead are likely celebrating their Noahpad - with its distinctive dual-touchpad keyboard - finally reaching customers.

There's plenty to look forward to, as well, with Intel confirming a refresh of their Classmate PC, a video showing Fujitsu's upcoming Amilo Mini playing with interchangeable casings, and Lenovo tipped for a new netbook to be released in September.  If you can afford a bit more, and can't wait until September, Lenovo's ThinkPad X200 is a proper, grown-up ultraportable set to launch imminently; going by the first hands-on reports it looks to be a winner, with battery life getting particular credit.

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