Lenovo ThinkPad X200

Building on the popularity of the ThinkPad X300 notebook, Lenovo recently released the sub-3 lb ThinkPad X200, which offers a perfect mix of portability and performance. The notebook is one of the first to use Intel’s new Centrino 2 platform to provide the latest technologies and a standard-voltage Core 2 Duo mobile Penryn processor, packed into a 12″ form-factor with a 1280×800 display resolution. Of course, the X200 features the legendary ThinkPad keyboard, the best among laptops. For those who are not comfortable with a TrackPoint (pointing stick), the new X301 may be more preferable, but for the rest, the TrackPoint offers convenient navigation and allows for optimal usage of the available space.

Building on the popularity of the ThinkPad X300 notebook, Lenovo recently released the sub-3 lb ThinkPad X200, which offers a perfect mix of portability and performance. The notebook is one of the first to use Intel’s new Centrino 2 platform to provide the latest technologies and a standard-voltage Core 2 Duo mobile Penryn processor, packed into a 12" form-factor with a 1280×800 display resolution. Of course, the X200 features the legendary ThinkPad keyboard, the best among laptops. For those who are not comfortable with a TrackPoint (pointing stick), the new X301 may be more preferable, but for the rest, the TrackPoint offers convenient navigation and allows for optimal usage of the available space.

Other features of the X200 include impressive battery life, up to 4GB RAM, optional SSD storage, 1.3-megapixel camera, convenient ThinkLight, and much more. Connectivity is provided through WiMAX, Wireless WAN, GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and ultra-wide band radio.

The only other possible disadvantage of the X200 is that it does not include an ultra compact optical drive, like the X301. An optical drive can be incorporated with the Ultrabase, though.

The Lenovo ThinkPad X200 continues the consistently well-built ThinkPad series. For many, it provides the best combination of size and performance, for both convenient portability and enough power to perform nearly any work.

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