Lenovo ThinkPad X100e (X Series) £399.96 @ ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Please note: This information is only for Lovers of IBM/Lenovo Thinkpad notebooks
ThinkPad X100e Black Cover
- AMD Athlon Neo X2 Single-Core MV-40 ( 1.60GHz )
- Windows 7 Professional
- 2 GB DDR2 SDRAM 667MHz (Expandable)
- 11.6 " HD AntiGlare Widescreen WXGA
- Hard drive 250GB
- Battery Life: 5 Hours, 90W adapter
- Weight 1.48kg, Integrated Webcam, ATI Radeon HD 3200 with 128MB UMA Graphics

Please note, you will get other laptops cheaper than this. But this is X-Series Thinkpad.
nothing can replace Thinkpad for those who have used them. X-Series with HD. Only new thing is the AMD processor, which needs to get more input.

Normally its hard to get Thinkpad less than 700quid (unless from the US). So before voting cold, please compare with price of thinkpad and not with other lappies !!

Stocks are less in ebuyer.But there are few in misco, PC world etc..
Froogle direct link to compare : http://www.google.co.uk/products/catalog?q=thinkpad+x100e&show=dd&cid=12975559205595882358&sa=button#scoring=p
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#2
very good lappys
#3
I've got one of these on trial at the moment. WLan doesn't work, explorer keeps crashing and the battery life is well below spec. Nice keyboard though and it has a trackpad and a nipple (if you like that sort of thing...)
#4
Jeezeypeeps;8168049
I've got one of these on trial at the moment. WLan doesn't work, explorer keeps crashing and the battery life is well below spec. Nice keyboard though and it has a trackpad and a nipple (if you like that sort of thing...)

lol ditto - I have one on trial - currently typing on it now. Got WLAN working - used the Lenovo Tool box update to update things and now actually connects. Battery life is very good if you use the Lenovo power manager but if you turn it down too much the laptop stuggles to even load new webpages - needs a lot of twekaing to get it right but you can balance battery and performance - get around 4-5hrs out of it. I like the keyboard - very quiet and Apple like., Considering it has Lenovo Enhanced Experience (Google it), Explorer is very flaky.,.,.Sits for about a minute before you can click start and wifi connects only after explorer has come to life.
#5
I was looking at this model as a 'perfect' netbook as I am a big fan of Lenovo and much prefer the nipple trackpoints...hand hardly has to move, so great on a knee or small working space when you can only get the cheap seats a train or plane. The x100 has a poor battery life though for a netbook. This really could do with being closer to £300 than £400. Interesting point re the wifi, I have never found previous Lenovo's or IBM's to be as good as one or two competitors like Sony or HP.
#6
BlackCloud;8168512
I was looking at this model as a 'perfect' netbook as I am a big fan of Lenovo and much prefer the nipple trackpoints...hand hardly has to move, so great on a knee or small working space when you can only get the cheap seats a train or plane. The x100 has a poor battery life though for a netbook. This really could do with being closer to £300 than £400. Interesting point re the wifi, I have never found previous Lenovo's or IBM's to be as good as one or two competitors like Sony or HP.

Its not a netbook - its a laptop.
#7
jrw;8168927
Its not a netbook - its a laptop.

Well Lenovo describe it as a laptop, but at 11.6in it sits on the cusp with many other netbooks e.g. HP 311c, Acer Ferrari so I'm sure some people will consider it as such. There are a number of reviews that point this out.
#8
I think its a really good size; I struggle with netbooks as they're too small for my tired old eyes. It also gets nice and warm and heats up my knees :)

I'm just generally disappointed by the amount of care and attention that's gone into the configuration; not like the thinkpads of days gone by......:whistling:
#9
BlackCloud
Well Lenovo describe it as a laptop, but at 11.6in it sits on the cusp with many other netbooks e.g. HP 311c, Acer Ferrari so I'm sure some people will consider it as such..

You can get both Netbooks and Laptops with screens around this size. The choice of CPU, maximum RAM supported and HDD size are better ways to differentiate them maybe!
#10
These are good, but I went a bit dearer and got a Thinkpad Edge, at £468 from Misco, which has a considerably better spec and fantastic keyboard.
#11
BlackCloud
Well Lenovo describe it as a laptop, but at 11.6in it sits on the cusp with many other netbooks e.g. HP 311c, Acer Ferrari so I'm sure some people will consider it as such. There are a number of reviews that point this out.


It's an ultraportable, rather than a netbook, due to the decent dual core CPU (that will kick the snot out of an Atom or the 1.2 GHz AMD chip in my netbook) plus a decent amount of RAM.

The ultraportable market seems to be suffering a little IMO, as manufacturers struggle to make the difference between netbook (small, low performance) and ultraportable (small, decent performance).

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