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    Default real x200t picture!!!



    What would you say?
    My word is UGLY!
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    Default Re: real x200t picture!!!

    It looks like a Lenovo. I happen to like the look.



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    Default Re: real x200t picture!!!

    meh, it's a thinkpad
    it's bound to be ugly
    i think i see array mics
    definitely looking forward to the next iteration

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    Default Re: real x200t picture!!!

    doesn't really look much different from the x61t, its already a known fact that the screen attracts fingerprints due to the superview layer.


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    Default Re: real x200t picture!!!

    hmmm, looks like every other lenovo tablet scheme. The buttons are a bit differerent but I like it.

    The thick bezel is a bit of a turnoff however. As-is the WWAN hump. It gets in the way of the latch mechanism...

    All-In-All, I like it.
    No more tablets...

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    It looks exactly like my X61 tablet. The button placement is a bit different but almost 80% the same in terms of build. I also noticed what seemed like a webcam, nice addition Lenovo.
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    ARRRGGGGGH. No trackpad!
    Can someone please KILL the designers at Lenovo?!

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    why would you want a trackpad after using a ibm/lenovo trackpoint?


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    Default Re: real x200t picture!!!

    It's utilitarian. I don't want manufacturers wasting my money on aesthetics. Just make it work well and pass along the savings.
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    I love the trackpoint. It wouldn't be a real Lenovo if it didn't have it
    No more tablets...

 

 

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