In previous posts, I took a second look at convertible tablet PCs and tested HP's EliteBook 2740p. Here's my take on Lenovo's competing convertible, ThinkPad X201 Tablet.
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Lenovo is getting creative with a laptop that converts into a slate tablet, ARM-based smartbook, and touchscreen netbook among other new PCs.
There has never been more choice in notebooks. The standard 12-inch ultraportables, 14-inch thin-and-lights, 15-inch mainstream laptops and 17-inch desktop replacements are still commonplace.
Right on the schedule, the Lenovo X300 is now available for order. And it looks like Lenovo has the first hit on its hands since acquiring ThinkPad. The reviews have been overwhelmingly positive, which is no surprise given the ultraportable's unique specs and pedigree.
Thanks to specs that match up nicely to the MacBook Air--it also fits in an interoffice envelope--Lenovo's still unannounced X300 ultraportable got loads of press this week culminating in a BusinessWeek cover story. Other news in laptops and desktops this week. . .