Lenovo announced the hot little ThinkPad X100e at the CES 2010 today. PCMag already got a chance to play with the X100e and published a hands-on report.
Quote: "In order to be truly called a ThinkPad, however, the X100e has to live up to their typing and navigating legacy – and it does. The island-style, full-size keyboard is clearly not a traditional ThinkPad keyboard, but the key caps are slightly curved and raised high enough so that it has the comfort of one.
It also includes the signature Trackpoint pointing stick. If that weren't enough, Lenovo managed to squeeze in a touchpad and another pair of mouse buttons, providing an exceptional typing and navigating experience all around."
Read the full report on PCMag.
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