Lenovo Thinkpad X100e just visited the FCC. And this time, something was anew – an Intel 622ANXHMW card. The Intel card brings WiMAX support along with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Apparently, what we have also come to know via the documents from FCC is that Lenovo has contracted Quanta Computer Inc. to manufacture these new netbooks.
So, if you are one of those who is excited about getting on to the WiMAX game, here is a device for you. But you may have to wait. There is no info as yet on when we may actually get to see these devices at the stores.
Lenovo ThinkPad T410i is finally arriving on sale and it brings some fresh competition to the likes of Asus U30jc. Is it priced competitively? No, but it brings a whole lot of interesting specs that is worth a second look.
- Processor : Intel’s 2.13GHz Core i3-330M
- Display : 14.1 inch WXGA LED-backlit
- Internal Memory : 2GB
- Hard Drive : 250GB up to 500GB or 128GB SSD
- Connectivity : Wi-Fi b/g/n (no bluetooth), integrated WiMAX
- WebCam : 2.0MP
- Integrated Intel Graphics
- DVD burner
- Lenovo trackpad and TrackPoint navigation stick
- 4 cell battery
Lenovo ThinkPad T410i netbook retails at a price of $829, which is pretty expensive in my opinion. What’s your take? Will you go for one?