Lenovo’s ThinkPad X100e is AMD Neo-based, not a netbook

Posted by Stefan on November 19th, 2009 in Announcements, Laptops | No Comments


We previously have a few concise, unexplained peeps of Lenovo’s light -and- thin ThinkPad X100e also occasionally termed as the X200e; however, it appears as if equipments are now initiating to get a bit more genuine. Converse to preceding conjecture, this is not, it look as if, a ThinkPad net book, and an “entry ultra portable,” that actually means that it is little, lean and low weighed just as a net book, and has a “net book-like cost point” – it is not only a net book.

A smaller amount of ill-defined of this gadget are- this comprise an, 1366 x 768, 11.6-inch monitor, an AMD Athlon Neo workstation, hold up for about 4GB of RAM, about 320GB hard drive, elective  GPS and 3G and, of meticulous reminder to some finicky folks, a markedly, track pad ,ThinkPad keyboard and track point. Yet no clue of a launch day but this is for sure that you can get it for the color of your choice as it is coming in the black, red and white color in spite of its conspicuously business – mind character.

via engadget


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