Conclusion: But even with Microsoft's new operating system, the X230T will still be ungainly. This kind of convertible computer won't be much more than a niche machine until it's as thin and light as an ultrabook in notebook mode and as an iPad in tablet mode. That's precisely the goal of a new crop of hybrids, unencumbered by the Tablet PC tradition, that Lenovo and other vendors are building to arrive in conjunction with Windows 8.
Pros: Solid construction and performance, Instant-on from sleep mode, Backlit keyboard
Cons: Weight and thickness, Screen bounces when performing touch tasks in notebook mode