Lenovo officially introduced the ThinkPad X200 today, but was kind enough to send me an early review unit last week. The X200 is Lenovo's new 12-inch business notebook and it's been a joy to use for the past few days. The X200 has a starting price of just $1,199, making it an excellent value for anyone who needs a fully-capable notebook that can get them through a full work day.
Here's a video of a yet to be announced Lenovo mobile Internet device. The device looks pretty sleek and is another example of how Lenovo's shifting some of its focus to the consumer marketplace. The company introduced the IdeaBook line for consumers this week and may announce this MID at CES 2008.
Lenovo's going after U.S. consumers for the first time with the Lenovo Y410, a 14.1-inch widescreen notebook that's available through retailers like Office Depot and Staples. The Y410 starts at $699 and includeds Veriface (facial recognition security), Dolby Home Theater sound, an integrated sub-woofer and a media shuffle key.
Matt Kohut from Lenovo shot some pictures of a ruggedized Lenovo notebook that's only available in China. The rugged Lenovo notebook is designed to stand up to the elements and can operate under extreme conditions, but they don't look as polished as Panasonic's Toughbooks.
Today marks the 15th anniversary of the ThinkPad notebook. More than 30 million ThinkPads have been sold in 160 countries since 1992, and becoming the notebook of choice for some of the biggest companies in the world.
enovo's 12.1-inch 3000 V200 notebooks with Intel's Santa Rosa technology are now available. Based on Intel's Santa Rosa platform, the V200 starts at $1,199 with an Intel Core 2 Duo T7100 1.8GHz processor, dual-layer DVD burner, 1GB of memory and 160GB hard drive.
Lenovo's getting ready to give the X60 notebook and X60 tablet some Santa Rosa love. According to some internal docs, the new X61 models will run on Intel Core 2 Duo processors, Intel GMA X3100 graphics and have draft 802.11n wireless connectivity.
Greenpeace has put Lenovo at the top of its Green Rankings of technology manufacturers, a far cry from its recent worst position. The organizationÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â¢ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â‚¬Å¡Ã‚Â¬ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â‚¬Å¾Ã‚Â¢s rankings have come under fire for being inconsistent.