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    Reviews will be posted here:

    http://www.mobiletechreview.com/note...hinkPad-X1.htm

    http://www.engadget.com/2011/05/16/l...pad-x1-review/

    http://www.51nb.com/?action-viewnews-itemid-65544

    http://www.notebookreview.com/defaul...vo+thinkpad+x1


    The followings are the old news prior to the product was officially released:


    ThinkPad X1 picture is out, expected announcement date: May 17

    Source: Neue ThinkPad Modelle

    ThinkPad X1图片浮出水面 - 专门网 - 专业的笔记本电脑技术交流网站

    • Centrino2 vPro, Intel Core i5-2520M Prozessor, 2.50 GHz, 3MB L3, 1333MHz FSB
    • 8 GB DDR3 Arbeitsspeicher
    • 160 GB Solid-State-Drive (SSD)
    • Intel Integrated HD Graphics
    • 13.3 ″ HD (1366 768, 350 Nits)
    • Gigabit, Intel 6300 AGN Wireless, Open SIM, Fingerabdruckleser, BlueTooth, 4in1-Kartenleser (SD / SDHC / SDXC / MMC Slot), Integrierte HD 720p Kamera und 2 HD Mikrofone
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    • Rapid Charge Akku, 38.4 Wh
    • WIN 7 Pro 64

    An article from PC World: http://www.pcworld.com/article/22618...cbook_air.html

    New added photo:

    Source: http://www.51nb.com/viewnews-64972.html

    The volume control button and blue Think Access button were moved to the right to give more room for the TrackPad.

    Also, according to this source: http://www.51nb.com/viewnews-64943.html
    The screen resolution is only 1366 768, but it's IPS screen, this machine does NOT come with a optical drive.

    According to this source: http://shop.tell-it.ch/index.php?pag...uct&info=34798











    X1 comes with Gorilla Glass * 350 NITS LCD, USB 3.0, eSATA.

    Most exciting thing! According to this source: http://www.51nb.com/viewnews-64917.html
    The ThinkPad X1 will come with the new battery technology. It's a thin battery with triple capacity compare to other batteries. The battery comes with Rapid Charge technology. The battery can be 80% charged in 30 minutes.

    Thanks blackbox for sharing this ad:



    Source: http://www.51nb.com/viewnews-65301.html
    Photos of X1:










    According to this source: http://www.51nb.com/viewnews-65255.html

    The machine has a base price of $1400, only memory, HDD/SSD and wireless module are configurable. The machine has only one memory slot.

    Source: http://www.51nb.com/viewnews-65318.html
    More photos added including side view, back view and bottom view, external battery. The machine dose not support the UltraBase.



















    I will update you the latest X1 news.
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    Default Re: ThinkPad X1

    The X1 looks like a 13 in version of ThinkPad Edge without optical drive.

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    Default Re: ThinkPad X1

    Glossy screen? Or at least looks like very reflective if those are real pictures (photographs I mean).
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    Can We Please Get A 1600x900 Option?
    Last edited by JaneL; 14th April 2011 at 12:18 PM. Reason: Removed inappropriate language

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    Interesting, although I don't see why this computer would have to have a different name than the X120e and Edge series: it seems to be pretty much the same type of laptop. Specs are nice, although not all that impressive. A 1600x900 screen would be nice to see, but its absence is also not surprising.

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    That is what I was thinking. I know how you feel, I was hoping for an x301 successor with HD+. I feel so disappointed about Lenovo's release this year. Why can't they release a laptop with decent HD+ screen for 12-14 from factor.
    Lenovo Thinkpad X120e

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    Even sony is dragging its feet with the Vaio SA, which is supposed to have a 1600x900 premium display. Very frustrating, I have excellent eyesight, and I want high resolution.

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    Ouch. X1 is not even a convertible tablet. It's so 20th century.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jumpycalm View Post
    13.3 ″ HD (1366 768, 350 Nits)
    I really hope the resolution isn't 1366x768

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thors.Hammer View Post
    I really hope the resolution isn't 1366x768
    In fact they are transitioning to the more advanced resolution, 16 pixels by 9 pixels. Each pixel will be represented by a light bulb. And if you have a dead pixel you can simply go to a Walmart store and replace it with a new bulb. Yea!

 

 
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