Is A Lenovo ThinkPad Netbook On The Way?

Posted: Nov 3 2009, 11:31am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:15pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 
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Well well, it looks like some tigers do change their stripes. A recent series of leaked photos (via Engadget) has the tech world thinking that a Lenovo ThinkPad netbook might be in the offing. The first leaked image looked like it might be a photoshop, but these latest photos seem to be legit. The supposed netbook in question is the Lenovo ThinkPad x200e, and it certainly looks...interesting.

This new Lenovo sports a big red nubbin mouse in the middle of the keyboard and a strange black-inside-grey-outside color arrangement. It looks a bit cramped, but otherwise perfectly serviceable. No details on the specs or hardware are out yet, but the number of leaked images makes it increasingly likely that this netbook is for real. What do you think; is a Lenovo ThinkPad netbook an exciting prospect, or is the market crowded enough already?

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