Lenovo is no stranger to the netbook genre, after successfully launching the IdeaPad S10 series and the S12 ($500 direct, ). But it had yet to launch a legitimate netbook for business users, one that it can proudly call a ThinkPad—until now.
Though Lenovo doesn’t want it to be known as a netbook, the Lenovo ThinkPad X100e ($550 direct) has all the trappings of one.
Except it’s one of the few that I would actually recommend for business, since it has a great typing experience, dual pointing devices, and decent battery life for a machine that doesn’t use the Atom processor.
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