The first Lenovo ThinkPad tablet ran Android and wasn’t quite as popular because the company was expecting, but that did not stop them from delivering a high quality product with round two. Today we’ve got the recent Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 Windows 8 Pro hybrid at the SlashGear test bench to share with you all. Everything we loved in regards to the original, including stylus support and 3G connectivity have been delivered in this new full-fledged Windows experience device. Read directly to discover our thoughts at the re-imagined ThinkPad Tablet 2.
The ThinkPad family of laptops has had a name for reliability since long before Lenovo started making them, and the fervency in their fans may be the sole thing that reaches an analogous level as Apple hardware nowadays. The X series, Lenovo’s road warrior class of skinny and lightweight laptops, remains the various most excellent, and it isn’t hard to determine why. But with Ultrabooks increasingly stealing the limelight, can the ThinkPad X230 keep the same quantity of acclaim as its X200-series predecessors? Let’s discover.
This is the ThinkPad X120e, a super tiny ultraportable notebook for you to add to the giant collection of releases being shown off at CES 2011, the rest of them you can see by clicking keyword Lenovo. This little lady is released along side four other laptops (each of those, 12.5″, 14″, 14″, and 15″, all from a “E” line), this one being the smallest. The ThinkPad X120e 11″ is an entry level business ultraportable, “updated to current product with the new AMD Fusion platform. It’s cute!