Lenovo Thinkpad X200 Tablet, 12 Inches of Touchtasticness

Lenovo's X200 tablet isn't the best kept secret, but it's a nice looking convertible laptop now that we have the full specs. At 3.5lbs, the configurable tablet features a 12.1" touchscreen (in pen or finger input options) Core 2 Duo processors up to 1.86GHz supported by 4GB of RAM, and available upgrades to 128MB SSD,… » 9/18/08 6:00pm 9/18/08 6:00pm

Lenovo ThinkPad X200t Photographed in the Wild

The tablet version of Lenovo's ThinkPad X200 laptop, sensibly named the X200t, was photographed in the wild, looking pretty much like an X200 with a swiveling screen. (That means it's also awfully similar to Lenovo's last tablet, the X61t.) Tablets don't really rock our world, but the X200's form factor and build… » 8/24/08 2:45pm 8/24/08 2:45pm

Lenovo Apologizes for X200 SSD Mixup with a Free 64GB SSD

A lot of people (one of my friends included) jumped on a mixup » 8/06/08 5:45pm 8/06/08 5:45pm on Lenovo's site that appeared to let you pack a 128GB SSD drive in an X200 for the tasty price of $0. It was a mistake and they're not honoring it (boo), but to make up for it, they are offering everyone who ordered it a 64GB SSD. It's not quite as…

Lenovo Webstore Mistake Makes X200's 128GB SSD Option Cheaper Than 80GB…

Get your orders in now, because you won't see a 128 GB SSD going for these prices, well, anywhere for several years-yet alone inside the tasty 12.1" Thinkpad X200. Yes, you're seeing it correctly-that's subtract $70 from the total, which comes to $1,434 with the mistake. Also notice the 64 GB SSD going for a… » 8/05/08 8:40am 8/05/08 8:40am

Lenovo's Entire New ThinkPad Line Leaked, X300 Gets Siblings

A few months back, we broke news on Lenovo's ultra-thin, ultra-functional X300 laptop. Now we've gotten an update on what the company's been up to during the interim. All of their lines are seeing a major refresh, but the biggest news is that starting this September, the famous X300 will have a family. » 4/10/08 5:49pm 4/10/08 5:49pm

Philips X200 Hoists Its Screen for the Brits

Philips isn't exactly the first brand that comes to mind when you think of laptops, but their upcoming X200 Ultra Portable actually looks pretty nice. It's got some pretty standard specs, such as a 1.73GHz Core Duo U2500 processor, a 100GB HDD, and 1GB of RAM, but what really makes it stand out is its Flybook-esque » 4/27/07 2:15pm 4/27/07 2:15pm