Conclusion: Multitouch isn't for everyone, but takes absolutely nothing away from the Lenovo ThinkPad X200 Tablet's wonderful tablet experience.
Pros: Very good battery life. Multitouch gestures works. Multitouch software is neat and fun. Fast hard drive. Light compared to its rivals. Best keyboard in the business. Outdoor screen now available.
Cons: Multitouch is a pricey option. Design could use an upgrade. Watch our Lenovo ThinkPad X200 Tablet (Multitouch) video review!
Summary: Adding multitouch, Windows 7, and faster processor options to the original ThinkPad X200 Tablet makes this system even more compelling than before, and its $2,075 price makes it even more of a bargain.
Conclusion: The X200 improves upon the X61 in several significant ways without diminishing its number one selling point: weight. Most notably, the transition to a widescreen manages to nudge the notebook just out of the size category that might be called “annoyingly small” and into a more comfortable range.
Summary: The Lenovo ThinkPad X200 is an excellent lightweight notebook for mobile professionals who demand the business essentials: security, durability, and lengthy battery life. Although some may prefer an optical drive or a slightly larger display, the power of the Centrino 2 platform combined with the...