I purchased a Lenovo x201t Tablet PC back in November 2010. Itâ€™s been a great machine.
The new x220t is every bit as impressive as the x201t, but has a slightly larger 12.5-inch Gorilla Glass touchscreen. In addition it has a new ThinkPad battery pack that should provide the user some serious portability without the need to continuously be tethered to a plug. I get about 5-6 hours of continuous use Â on a single charge with my x201t extended battery pack. I expect the new x220t will get at least that. Throw in the new batter slice and users could potentially get up to 16 hours on a single charge. You simply canâ€™t ask for more than that.
In my opinion Lenovo tablets are the benchmark by which other convertible tablets should be measure. The only things I would ask from Lenovo if I had the chance to speak with them would be:
- Option for convertible models offering 13.3-inch and 14-inch touchscreens. The Lenovo T410s that I have is one of the best machines I’ve ever owned. On occasion I reach up and try to rotate the screen and flip it over, which of course it isn’t capable of doing.
- Develop an equivalent slate model
More information on the x220 Tablet PC can be found at the Lenovo site here.
2 thoughts on “Taking a look at the new Lenovo X220t Tablet PC”
I’m in the market for a new notebook or possibly a tablet. The x220t is high on my candidate list. A feature that really stood out from any other notebook is its IPS screen. At 12.5″, its superior screen contrast, color reproduction and viewing angles are a major plus and will decrease eye fatigue. I’m disappointed it still has a ThinkLight though; why can’t Lenovo just accept led keyboard backlighting…
Yeah, I have to agree about the ThinkLight. I’ve found it useful, but would prefer a backlit keyboard.