Summary: I purchased one of these little guys a month or so ago. Mine came with 4gbs ram and windows 7 64bit. It is really a well built and sturdy little laptop. I like it that the keyboard has a tray so spilled coffee won't hurt it and the hard drive is protected.
Summary: I purchased this used primarily for my wife so she could work on emails and writing. I've ended up commandeering it for a bit for work myself. It's a great little laptop for what we need. Light weight, powerful and tons of memory.
Its an older Think-Pad that's been repaired by a noob
12 July 2013
Summary: I got this for my trucker father-in-law to do his log books on. It arrived even before the 4th day of the 4-14 day shipping period I received. Thanks for the speedy shipping! So, upon arriving, I took everything apart and tested the RAM and HDD, everything checked out good, except the WAY in which...
Summary: I paid $220 for this, refurbished. Was in all original Lenovo packaging and certainly seemed brand new. The keyboard is excellent and great for typing. I like it better than previous full size laptop keyboards that I have owned.
Summary: I had the Thinkpad 100e for over a year now. There are a couple of things one should do to make it a great little machine. 1. Add memory. It will make a big difference in application performance. 2. Update Thinkpad software, particularly the BIOS, to the latest version.
Summary: In the world of 11.6 inchers, those that are not quite laptops & not quite netbooks, the Lenovo Thinkpad X100e stands head & shoulders above the competition. I ordered the bare bones, matte black model, running 2 GB mem/ 160 HD.