CNET seems to think this came from within Lenovo, but I'd think even the most tone-deaf marketing division would never to let this leave the screening room and fire whoever brought it to them.
We've already seen a clip with the Lenovo W700ds laptop popping out its secondary monitor. But here's much better clip that really gives you a real idea of how it works.
Lenovo's ThinkPad W700 is a 17-inch behemoth that's the first notebook ever with a built-in Wacom digitizer. Designed for professional use in industries such as graphic design, photography and CAD, the digital tablet lets you manipulate images in programs like Photoshop without any extra gear. In addition, the 8-lb…