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Lenovo ThinkPad X300
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Lenovo ThinkPad X300

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Lenovo X300 13.3-Inch Display W/Mobile Broadband

Personal Electronics buzz
11 August 2009
  • Excerpt: The Lenovo X300 13.1-inch laptop is highly portable, weighing in at 3.4-pounds. I decided on the Lenovo X300 when I found it on the Lenovo website store. Lenovo has three models available and all of them are greatly reduced and ready to configure.
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Expert Review

Gear Patrol
5 October 2008
  • Excerpt: If sexy is specifications, then the X300 is the Izabel Goulart of laptops. Dark, sexy, and Brazilian made in China. Perhaps that’s a stretch, but it truly is one incredible machine and a marvel of engineering.
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Overall 7
7.0

Lenovo ThinkPad X300

AskMen.com
6 August 2008
  • Summary: The Lenovo ThinkPad X300 isn’t about a flashy look. If you’re looking for flash and dash, pick up a MacBook Air. If you can handle the basic black, you’ll find a pretty decent offering, including a 13.3-inch LED backlit screen, an Intel Core 2 Duo SL7100 processor, a 64GB SSD and up to 4GB of...
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Overall 8
8.0

Lenovo ThinkPad X300

MobileTechReview.com
16 May 2008
  • Conclusion: The Lenovo ThinkPad is very slim and light, yet it makes relatively few concessions in terms of features-- an applaudable feat. The machine has plenty of basic ports (no HDMI, S-Video or FireWire-- but that would be asking an awful lot) and an internal DVD burner.
  • Pros: Very slim, light yet full-featured. Has most everything the road warrior needs. Resolution is higher than average, which means you see more on-screen. Keyboard is excellent in the ThinkPad tradition of desktop-like keyboards with long travel and lots of tactile feedback. Strong performance for an...
  • Cons: Expensive. Battery life isn't great. Display isn't very bright and doesn't look as good as competing LED backlit displays on the market.
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Overall 9
9.3
Value for money 8
8.0
Features 10
10
Performance 10
10

Lenovo ThinkPad X300 Review

HardwareCentral
15 May 2008
  • Conclusion: Lenovo's array of models with just slightly different ID codes (6478-1VU versus -1TU, for instance) can make it hard to spot the exact configuration you'd like, but we must confess that one thing we liked about our test unit was that it came with the simpler, quicker Windows XP Professional instead...
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Lenovo ThinkPad X300

Techworld
28 April 2008
  • Summary: We got our hands on what might just be the best laptop of the year - can it possibly be as good as we heard?
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Overall 8
8.0

Lenovo ThinkPad X300 Review

Digitaltrends
22 April 2008
  • Conclusion: Lenovo has done a very good job with the X300, and if we win the lottery soon we’d choose it over the MacBook Air simply because it’s just as portable but a lot more flexible. Despite its size, the X300 makes very few compromises to achieve such a slim profile and it’s so solid construction makes it...
  • Pros: Amazingly light and portable, lots of expansion ports, feels rugged
  • Cons: Expensive, small touchpad, small hard drive
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Lenovo x300 – The No Compromise Laptop?

random process
20 November 2008
  • Excerpt: When the first inkling of the Lenovo x300 appeared on the web, I doubted that Lenovo would be able to get the weight down to the rumored 3lb range . Given the seemingly no-compromise design (plenty of ports, a WXGA+ resolution LED panel, while keeping quite thin), I was surprised at the quoted...
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Overall 8
8.0

Lenovo X300

Tech2
6 October 2008
  • Excerpt: Lenovo recently announced the X300, claimed to be among the world’s thinnest high-performance laptops and a direct competitor to the Macbook Air. Ever since that announcement we've been looking forward to getting our greedy hands on it.We were able to spend a few quality hours with the X300, and...
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Overall 9
9.0

Expert Review

Good Gear Guide.au
30 August 2008
  • Summary: ThinkPad X300 is not a cheap notebook, but it only costs the sum of the components it offers, so you're getting what you pay for. The SSD and 3G features make this a great road warrior, and Lenovo's ThinkPad design leaves us confident it will take a few knocks.
  • Pros: 64GB SSD storage, 3G HSDPA adapter, LED back-lit screen, ThinkVantage software
  • Cons: High cost of the hardware, limited internal storage space, flimsy hinges, no FireWire, Express Card or PC Card slot
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