• CrunchDeals: Thinkpad X61 convertible tablet-top, $649

    What could you get for $700? Well, you could get a busted, stained MacBook off Craigslist, you could get a brand new Samsung NC20, or you could get an honest-to-god convertible touchscreen laptop. Not the latest model (far from it) but buddy, it’s a swivel-screen tablet PC! For $649! Read More

  • ThinkPads pass mil spec test for rugged computing

    We all know ThinkPads are pretty great. They’re rugged, easily upgradable, and fully-featured. Now you can even freeze the buggers or push them around in the dust. Lenovo’s ThinkPad X200, X301, X200s, X200 Tablet, T400, T500, R400 and SL300 machines just passed Mil Spec tests for “semi-rugged” computing which means you can use them in extreme conditions for all of… Read More

  • Sony Vaio P doesn't quite fit, gets ridiculed by Japanese geeks

    Sony’s new subnotebook Vaio P does look like a neat little machine but several official promo shots of the device triggered a wave of mockery in the blogosphere of its home country Japan. Read More

  • The Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds's dual screens gets demo'd

    Lenovo ThinkPad W700ds broke cover over the weekend, there are so many questions on how it will work. This quick, 10-sec video does shed some light on how the action will take place. It seems that the second screen simply slides-out behind the main screen. Hopefully it works well. Video after the jump. Read More

  • Lenovo gives tiny X300 line a bump with the X301

    Lenovo recently announced the ThinkPad X301, the next in line for the X300 line. Surely you remember the X300, Lenovo’s answer to the MacBook Air. Well the X301 seems to be stuffed in the same less-than-three-pound shell, but the delicious candy inside has changed a little bit. For starters, you can get the X301 with a 64GB or 128GB solid state drive (available in September). Read More

  • ThinkPad SL series to include online backup, LoJack

    In the next few weeks, Lenovo is expected to formally announce its SL series of notebooks aimed at small-to-medium sized businesses. According to IDG News Service, the machines will be priced between $699 and $1,199 and will feature online backup services and LoJack anti-theft technology. The SL series also looks to loosen its necktie "with a more stylish look and multimedia features such… Read More

  • ThinkPad X200 profiled, possibly launching next month

    The Chinese notebook enthusiast forum, 51nb, has the new Lenovo X200 all spec’d out and it looks very, very good. And these are just the baseline specs. Based on Centrino 2 + VPro technology platform
    45-nanometer Core 2 Duo CPU, the highest clock up to 2.4 GHz
    DDR2 (667MHz) or DDR3 (1067MHz) Memory
    12-inch WXGA LCD screen
    64GB SSD or the maximum capacity of 7200 to 200 GB hard drive… Read More

  • Lenovo X300 officially official

    The X300 is official and it’s fabulous. It starts a $2,799 and includes a 64GB of solid-state hard drive space, GPS, and a DVD burner. It’s lighter than the Air, runs Vista, and comes in rich, Corinthian rubber. Road warriors, begin salivating. Release Read More

  • Walt Mossberg reviews Lenovo ThinkPad X300

    Walt Mossberg took an early look at the Lenovo ThinkPad X300 about a week ago and promised a full review later. Later is now. He likes the MacBook Air competitor despite its limited storage options and high price tag, saying… “I can recommend the X300 for road warriors without hesitation, provided they can live with its two biggest downsides: a relatively paltry file-storage… Read More

  • Lenovo drops ThinkPad X300 to answer MacBook Air

    If for some strange reason it wasn’t before, thin is officially in as far as notebooks are concerned. At least that’s what seems to be the case with Lenovo as it answers the MacBook Air with the ThinkPad X300. It’s thin, yes, but not quite as thin as the Air (the Air fits in an envelope, the X300 merely fits on top of a newspaper or whatever that is on the left there… Read More

  • Lenovo's X300 getting closer to real

    [photopress:x300.jpg,full,center] Those looking for a PeeCee version of Apple’s MacBook Air might want to start poking around to find details about the rumored Lenovo ThinkPad X300. Word is it’ll clock in with a similar 13.3-inch screen, weight just 2.5 pounds, and also feature a 64GB SSD HD. Unlike the Air, it has an interated DVD burner and optional WiMAX for about $2750. Now… Read More