I need a 64bit pen tablet capable of executing PhotoShop and Visio with true muscle than the flimsy and laggy SurfacePro
What the hell is that smell !, Amazon
26 September 2015
Summary: I need more power and flexibility than the Surface Pro but still gotta have a 64Bit CPU. The x200 can do that with some modernization that makes it less expensive than the cheapest iPad and Galaxy. Rack up the RAM to the unofficial 8GB maximum.
Summary: Laptop? Don't laptops have disk drives? Doesn't matter, it's a nice little portable work tool, replacing my former POS HP Mini. Well worth the price, very useful, haven't found anything wrong with it.
Summary: The tremendous advantage of this deck over the rest is three Mini-PCI-Express slots. (See my uploaded pictures for relevant perspective of the following written review / instructions) WiFIrepower.
Summary: Overall this is a pretty good laptop. There are a few things to consider. First it isn't a touch screen. It is a classic stylus centered tablet. This may be what you are looking for but is worth noting.
Summary: This is NOT the great quality I'm used to on a Thinkpad. Oh yea, it's not IBM anymore; so it's my fault. It's got some cheap plastic as a case that looks and feels very ugly. It also beeps annoyingly loud every time you turn it on or bring it back from standby that I can't turn off or down.