Lenovo Thinkpad X300 Notebook Pc Review

By: Corwin Brown

In this Lenovo ThinkPad X300 Notebook PC Review "The Lenovo ThinkPad X300 is an ultra-portable 13.3? widescreen thin-and-light notebook. Touting a thickness of less than 1-inch, 0.73" at its thinnest, the Lenovo ThinkPad X300 still packs a full list of features. The Lenovo ThinkPad X300 is a prime example that ultra-portable notebooks can be fully functional and still reap all benefits that an ultra-portable form factor brings. First and foremost, it's a ThinkPad, renown for quality, reliability and legendary performance.

Lenovo ThinkPad X300 Notebook PC Review taken from laptopmag"Both the MacBook Air and the Lenovo ThinkPad X300 push the envelope of the newest generation of ultraportables. And where the MacBook Air is more revolutionary, delivering an amazingly thin design but requiring users to adjust how they work, the ThinkPad is more evolutionary, delivering all the features users have come to expect (and adding a few they didn't) in a scaled-down but still familiar package. You'll pay a premium for the X300 (our configuration comes in at just under $3,000), but if a no-compromise notebook is what you need and shaving every ounce and millimeter counts, you won't be disappointed.

The ThinkPad X300's build quality is first-class and shows improvement over previous ThinkPads. It may not be recognizable at first glance but Lenovo has made significant strides in the design department. The X300 offers numerous design flourishes including a glossy bottom bezel, select illuminated buttons and - for the first time in the X Series - an integrated camera and stereo speakers. Lenovo went the distance here. Even covering little details such as painting the heat vents to match the rest of the exterior. It might not sound like much, but copper colored internals can really detract from the overall aesthetic of a notebook.

Lenovo ThinkPad X300 Notebook PC Review taken from laptoping "In this laptop, there is a variety of networking and connectivity features, including the Intel 4965AGN (802.11a/b/g/n) wireless, Gigabit Ethernet, Bluetooth, Verzon's WWAN broadband option, a GPS receiver, optional USB modem, and the Intel UWB Link 1480 on select models, providing Wireless USB functionality. In addition, Lenovo says the X300 will support WiMax, when the technology become available.The Lenovo ThinkPad X300 also has a built-in 1.3 megapixel camera on selected models, a fingerprint reader, three USB ports, and a VGA output. The notebook does not have a PC Card or ExpressCard slot"

Lenovo ThinkPad X300 Notebook PC Review taken from latestlaptop" Lenovo has finally released the ThinkPad X300; the notebook PC to put MacBook Air to shame. Sure, at 0.73-inch at its thinnest point, the Air is still thinner. But I'd surmise that features and functionalities are valued more than the thinness of a notebook. Weighing in at only 2.93 pounds, Lenovo ThinkPad X300 runs on Intel Centrino with vPro technology, and features 13.3-inch LED backlight WXGA+ LCD display, 1.8-inch 64 GB SSD, up to 4 GB memory, integrated fingerprint reader, and a built-in 7-millimeter slim DVD burner which takes the cake

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