Usable, but tablet tech is years away from promise
Max Rottersman, Amazon
12 June 2006
Summary: I sold my T41 with XSVGA for this. I wanted something I could also use to read/research on train, or cafe. This laptop does it well. And the screen re-orients whenever you move it from tablet to laptop configuration, and visa versa. However, it's still a bit slow (like most tablets). I think Lenovo has done as good a job as possible, but the technology still has a way to go. Weight, speed, integration of apps, all must be improved for these to become killer machines.
Excerpt: IBM Thinkpad x41 with the Ultrabase is the best and most powerful laptop of its kind. 1.3 kg and with the 8 cell battery up to 6 hours operating time, it is mostly suited for travelers and collage students Instead of the standard 512 mb of RAM, ive got the 1.5 GB installed, so it is faster and has better performance. It has the touchpoint interface, which is the second best after the mouse because it is more precise than the touchPad.
Excerpt: º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º X series - Versatile & Flexible º¤ø,¸¸,ø¤º°`°º¤ Well you're looking at one of the greatest tablets ever. Versatile and sleek with its swivel hinge allowing the stunning screen to rotate a total of 180 degrees, providing the flexibility to take handwritten notes with the cool new Tablet Digitizer Pen. A laptop like you have never seen, and better than ever.
Pros: Swivel Hinge, Handwriting mode, Fingerprint Recognition, Awesome Features
Summary: He encontrado esta chulada y no he podido evitar trasmitiros la información a mis amigos de ciao: una amiga diseñadora me preguntó por un ordenador o pantalla sobre la que se pudiese "dibujar" directamente, como en las tabletas gráficas, pero claro, con la ventaja de hacerlo directamente sobre la imagen que ves en la pantalla, y no "a ciegas" en otro sitio... se trata del THINKPAD® X41 que presenta el gigante americano IBM y fabricados por la empresa asiática Lenovo.