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Lenovo ThinkPad X300 13.3" 1440 x 900 pixels 1.2 GHz Intel® Core™2 Duo

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A notebook, also known as laptop, is a portable computer. When you are looking for the right notebook, it is important to know where you are going to work with it. Do you want to use it on the road? Choose a model with a special energy-saving \'mobile\' processor, a good battery and a reasonably small display. This will allow you to work longer with the same battery and saves you the trouble of carrying around a large display that consumes a lot of precious battery power. Or will you be using you notebook mainly in places where you will have access to a power outlet? Then choose a desktop processor (more processing power for less money) and an ordinary battery. This will save you a lot of money, which you could then spend on a bigger screen. You\'ll work faster because you can view more information at once and it\'s great for multimedia!
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Long product name Lenovo ThinkPad X300 13.3" 1440 x 900 pixels 1.2 GHz Intel® Core™2 Duo :
The short editorial description of Lenovo ThinkPad X300 13.3" 1440 x 900 pixels 1.2 GHz Intel® Core™2 Duo

Intel Core 2 Duo SL7100 (1.2GHz), 2GB RAM, 64GB Solid State Drive, 33.782 cm (13.3") 1440x900 LCD, Intel X3100, CDRW/DVDRW, Intel 802.11agn, 1Gb Ethernet, UltraNav, Secure chip, Fingerprint reader, Camera, 6c Li-Ion, Windows Vista Business 32
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Lenovo ThinkPad X300 13.3" 1440 x 900 pixels 1.2 GHz Intel® Core™2 Duo:
The official marketing text of Lenovo ThinkPad X300 13.3" 1440 x 900 pixels 1.2 GHz Intel® Core™2 Duo as supplied by the manufacturer

Lenovo's amazing new ThinkPad X300 ultraportable notebook is the thinnest ThinkPad ever — 1.905cm at its thinnest. It's light, too, starting at just 1.33 kg.

But the X300 is more than ultra-thin and ultra-light. It's ultra-functional, too, thanks to available performance and convenience features like these:

- Integrated DVD burner – Hard to find in such a thin system
- Extended-life batteries – Get up to 10 hours unplugged
- Easy connectivity – Advanced wireless options plus Gigabit Ethernet
- Convenience – 3 USB ports, microphone/headphone ports and more

Advanced components on the X300 include solid state storage drives (with no moving parts, they consume less power and are considered less likely to break down than traditional hard drives). Style-wise, the X300 is closer to the size of an actual paper notebook than a ThinkPad notebook has ever been. And it offers numerous design flourishes including a glossy bottom bezel, select illuminated buttons, and — for the first time in X Series — an integrated camera option and stereo speakers.

'Greenest' ThinkPad ever
In addition, ThinkPad X300 is the first Lenovo notebook rated EPEAT Gold for low energy use and minimal impact on the environment. And it is Energy Star 4.0 qualified.

The X300 uses 25% less energy than previous X Series models. What else makes the ThinkPad X300 so “green”?
- Energy-saving low voltage processors, LED backlit displays and solid state storage drives
- Mercury-free display
- 90% recyclable packaging (by weight)

Short summary description Lenovo ThinkPad X300 13.3" 1440 x 900 pixels 1.2 GHz Intel® Core™2 Duo:
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Lenovo ThinkPad ThinkPad X300, Intel® Core™2 Duo, 1.2 GHz, 13.3", 1440 x 900 pixels, 2 GB, 64 GB

Long summary description Lenovo ThinkPad X300 13.3" 1440 x 900 pixels 1.2 GHz Intel® Core™2 Duo:
This is an auto-generated long summary of Lenovo ThinkPad X300 13.3" 1440 x 900 pixels 1.2 GHz Intel® Core™2 Duo based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.

Lenovo ThinkPad ThinkPad X300. Processor family: Intel® Core™2 Duo, Processor frequency: 1.2 GHz. Display diagonal: 13.3", Display resolution: 1440 x 900 pixels. Internal memory: 2 GB, Internal memory type: DDR2-SDRAM. Total storage capacity: 64 GB. Optical drive type: DVD±RW. Discrete graphics adapter. Operating system installed: Windows Vista Business. Weight: 3.13 lbs (1.42 kg)

Display
Display diagonal *
13.3"
Display resolution *
1440 x 900 pixels
Aspect ratio
16:10
Processor
Processor frequency *
1.2 GHz
Processor family *
Intel® Core™2 Duo
Processor front side bus
800 MHz
Memory
Internal memory *
2 GB
Internal memory type *
DDR2-SDRAM
Maximum internal memory *
4 GB
Memory slots
2x SO-DIMM
Storage
Total storage capacity *
64 GB
Card reader integrated *
No
Graphics
Discrete graphics adapter *
Yes
Discrete graphics adapter model *
Intel® GMA X3100
Audio
Audio system
ADI 1984 A
Number of built-in speakers
2
Speaker power
2 W
Optical drive
Optical drive type *
DVD±RW
Networking
Bluetooth *
No
Networking features
Gigabit Ethernet
Ports & interfaces
USB 2.0 ports quantity *
USB 2.0 ports have a data transmission speed of 480 Mbps, and are backwards compatible with USB 1.1 ports. You can connect all kinds of peripheral devices to them.
3
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports
1
DVI port
No
VGA (D-Sub) ports quantity
1
Ports & interfaces
Headphone outputs
1
S/PDIF out port
No
Microphone in
Yes
Docking connector
No
DC-in jack
Yes
ExpressCard slot
No
CardBus PCMCIA slot type
No
SmartCard slot
No
TV out
No
Keyboard
Pointing device
ThinkPad UltraNav
Software
Operating system installed *
Windows Vista Business
Battery
Number of battery cells
6
Battery life (max)
4 h
Security
Cable lock slot
Yes
Cable lock slot type
IBM
Fingerprint reader
Yes
Weight & dimensions
Weight *
3.13 lbs (1.42 kg)
Width *
12.5" (318 mm)
Depth *
9.09" (231 mm)
Height
0.732" (18.6 mm)
Other features
Wireless technology
IEEE 802.11a/g/n
Infrared data port
No
Type
PC
Display
LCD
TV in port
No
HDD user password
Yes
Internal modem
No
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Reviews
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2016-11-10
Testseek has collected 93 expert reviews for Lenovo ThinkPad X300 and the average expert rating is 81 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
81%
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brighthub.com
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2016-11-10
Lenovo ThinkPad X300 is ultraportable and ultra green. In keeping with Apple’s MacBook Air and Toshiba’s Portege 500, Lenovo have created the ThinkPad X300. This is the first Lenovo notebook to receive EPEAT’s gold environmental rating f...
100%
hardwarecentral.com
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2016-11-10
Fair warning: It costs $3,000. Fair warning: You wont care. Lenovos lightweight goes toe to toe with Apples MacBook Air -- well, it would if the Air had a DVD burner, a LAN connection, and a sharper screen. Think about a solid-state hard disk, full-...
93%
Laptopmag.com
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2016-11-10
It’s not as sexy as the MacBook Air, but the X300 delivers all the features you would expect from a ThinkPad (and then some) in a 3-pound package.
Good Extremely light and impressively thin, Durable solid-state drive, Onboard optical drive, Built-in mobile broadband...
Bad SSD means only 64GB of drive space, No card slots, Pricey...
Bottom line Surprisingly, the choice between the MacBook Air or the X300 should be an easy one for most buyers, and it’s a decision that comes down to the way you work. The Air is better suited for users that don’t often stray too far from their desks and...
90%
thinkcomputers.org
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2016-11-10
The word ultraportable has been put into our vocabulary the past few years with every major laptop manufacturer coming out with a laptop deemed "ultraportable". Apple really took the ultraportable realm to the next level with the Macbook Air, the thinn...
Good Thin and lightweight, LED backlit screen, Solid state hard drive, Extremely comfortable keyboard and palm rest, ThinkVantage Productivity Center...
Bad No docking station port, Price puts it out of range for most consumers...
Bottom line If you do a lot of traveling this is definitely the laptop for you. It is extremely lightweight and is small enough to easily fit inside a briefcase or backpack. Also the included Verizon EVDO card is a plus for travelers since it will give you intern...
90%
maximumpc.com
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2016-11-10
When you pick up a Lenovo ThinkPad X300, you pick up 3 pounds, 6 ounces of excellence. In every way that the MacBook Air is stylish and beautiful, the X300 is built to perform. No usability is sacrificed for visual appeal—inside this unassuming black c...
Good Sturdy; great keyboard; long battery life; valueadded software; integrated EVDO...
Bad Slightly washedout display; SSDonly means it's pricy; no digitalvideo outputs or expansion slots.
90%
trustedreviews.com
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2016-11-10
For me, the ThinkPad has a timeless design. I've said it before and I'll say it again, black will always be the new black, no matter how many silver, titanium, red or pink pretenders make their way onto the market. While others have accused the ThinkPad o...
90%
notebookcheck.net
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2016-11-10
Lenovos X300 lives up to the classic Thinkpad virtues and then some. An extremely robust chassis made of high grade materials provides not only a comfortable touch but also an outstandingly sturdy case, promising a long lifespan.In terms of connectivi...
Good Excellent, sturdy case, High quality materials and very good workmanship, Optical drive, UMTS/HSDPA inbuilt, Nonglare display with good illumination, User friendly keyboard, Touchpad/trackpoint combination, Low noise and heat emission...
Bad No docking interface, Limited perspective stability in the display, Price (only available with SSD)...
Bottom line Lenovo's X300 lives up to the classic Thinkpad virtues and then some. An extremely robust chassis made of high grade materials provides not only a comfortable touch but also an outstandingly sturdy case, promising a long lifespan. In terms of connectivit...
88%
computershopper.com
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2016-11-10
Well put it plainly: Lenovo has perfected the ultraportable notebook. The ThinkPad X300 packs everything a road warrior could possibly need into a slim, featherweight package, one that rivals Apples much-ballyhooed MacBook Air in portabili...
Good Extremely thin and light; kitchen-sink feature list includes DVD burner, WWAN, GPS, solid-state storage, and Webcam; comfortable full-size keyboard; excellent power-management and security features; choice of Windows XP or Vista...
Bad Expensive; average performance; limited storage may be problematic for some users; noisy DVD drive; small touch pad; buttoned-down design no match for MacBook Air...
Bottom line Though not as skinny or sexy as the MacBook Air, the wispy ThinkPad X300 offers business-class computing without a hint of compromise. If you can afford the price, youll find it a first-rate traveling companion...
87%
pcmag.com
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2016-11-10
With the ThinkPad X300 (about $3,000 street), Lenovo is out to prove that the Apple MacBook Air is not the only laptop that can fit snugly into a manila envelope. Granted, its a tough act to follow and frustrating, too, especially since the ThinkPad...
Good 13-inch widescreen on a 3-pound ultraportable. Built-in dual-layer DVD burner. Integrated EV-DO antenna. WiMax-ready. Three USB ports. Unprecedented resolution in this weight class. Excellent battery life. Environmentally friendly.
Bad No SD slot. Very expensive. SSD drive is your only option. Low-voltage processors can bog down performance in Vista.
Bottom line It will make a huge dent in your companys budget, but the Lenovo ThinkPad X300 has a lineup of features that eclipses those on the Apple MacBook Air...
80%
wired.com
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2016-11-10
No one will contest the MacBook Airs sexy little chassis, stupendously slim profile, or impossibly light weight, but its dearth of ports and lack of an optical drive have had many scratching their heads over whether its something they could really us...
Good Virtually weightless at just 3.4 pounds. Runs Windows XP as an option instead of Vista. System is quick and responsive; feels like a standard notebook, not a strippeddown ultralight. Loud speakers. Handy keyboardilluminating light embedded in LCD panel.
Bad Expensive; a standard (and larger capacity) hard drive would be just fine. Disappointing battery life (2 hours, 13 minutes). Power cord is too short. Black brick design really feeling its age. Graphics performance is middling at best.Clock Rate: 1.26 GHz...
80%
mobiletechreview.com
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2016-11-10
The ThinkPad X300s biggest problem is the MacBook Air, which set a new standard for impossibly thin and good looking ultralight notebooks. The design philosophy is at first look very similar: make it usable with a 13" display rather than something ti...
80%
v3.co.uk
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2016-11-10
Lenovo is marketing the X300 as the PC answer to the Macbook Air. At 1.55kg, it weighs nearly 200g more than the Air, but what is lost in flair is gained in functionality, as the X300 has a DVD writer fitted, three USB ports and an Ethernet port – the...
80%
Digitaltrends.com
Updated:
2016-11-10
Lenovo has released its Macbook Air “killer,” the svelte and feature laden ThinkPad X300. While Apple had to make a number of compromises on the Air to get it down to its remarkable size, Lenovo took the opposite approach and have crammed...
Good Amazingly light and portable, Lots of expansion ports, Feels rugged, Includes swappable optical drive...
Bad Expensive, Small touchpad, Needs bigger hard drive...
Bottom line Lenovo has done a very good job with the X300, and if we win the lottery soon we’d choose it over the MacBook Air simply because it’s just as portable but a lot more flexible. Despite its size, the X300 makes very few compromises to achie...
80%
slashgear.com
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2016-11-10
Lenovo probably wouldn’t admit it, but you get the impression they’re quite pleased with how they managed to crash the ultraportable party. Apple’s achingly-thin MacBook Air seemingly had just scant moments to enjoy the limelight, before...
80%
pcworld.com_techhive.com
Updated:
2016-11-10
This ultralight doesnt look as svelte as the MacBook Air, but it does many things better than Apples notebook.
Good Many excellent features in a tiny frame, Includes both touchpoint and trackpad...
Bad Expensive, Somewhat dulllooking...
Bottom line This ultralight doesnt look as svelte as the MacBook Air, but it does many things better than Apples notebook.
77%
askmen.com
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2016-11-10
The Lenovo ThinkPad X300 isn’t about a flashy look. If you’re looking for flash and dash, pick up a MacBook Air. If you can handle the basic black, you’ll find a pretty decent offering, including a 13.3-inch LED backlit screen, an Intel Core 2 Duo SL71...
70%
Computerpoweruser.com
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2016-11-10
CPU: 1.2GHz Intel Core 2 Duo SL7100; Memory: 2GB DDR2-667; Storage: 64GB SSD; GPU: Intel Graphics Media Adapter X3100; OS: Windows Vista Business (32-bit) The lack of creature comforts, such as a full-sized keyboard and a DVD writer, has limited the fu...
50%
insidehw.com
Updated:
2016-11-10
Not even ten days after its world premiere, we got the chance to test the new Lenovo portable PC which is going to be sold on the market under the ThinkPad X300 tag. As you might have already guessed, the tested sample was not meant to be sold, but onl...
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Geek.com
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2016-11-10
Ever since the release of the MacBook Air just a few short weeks ago the mobile computing community has been abuzz with expectations from the competition. The MacBook Air is an engineering marvel but one that is not practical for many people...
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notebookreview.com
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2016-11-10
The Lenovo ThinkPad X300 is a 13.3" widescreen ultra thin-and-light notebook.
Good Under 1inch thick, the thinnest ThinkPad ever, Light weight and easy for carrying around in a bag, Superb build quality and feel, nice design touches added, Builtin optical drive for such a thin notebook is a rarity, Good performance in normal business...
Bad No SD card reader, No expansion dock capability, USB based port replicator only, No ExpressCard or PC card slot, Starting price of $2,500 is out of range for many people, ThinkPad X300 Videos, ThinkPad X300 overview, ThinkPad X300 compared to ThinkPad...
Bottom line The ThinkPad X300 is a premium product thats worth the price if you need the features it offers. The X300s excellent portability, abundance of wireless options, built-in optical drive, SSD advantage, great screen, fantastic keyboard, and second-to-no...
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notebookreview.com
Updated:
2016-11-10
The Lenovo ThinkPad X300 is the latest addition to the ThinkPad family and has recently been garnering a lot of attention.
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allthingsd.com
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2016-11-10
I am writing these words on a new laptop computer that packs a full-size screen and keyboard into a body that’s quite thin and light. And it has a solid-state drive with no moving parts instead of a hard disk. But this isn’t the much-touted Ap...
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crn.com
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2016-11-10
Its the MacBook Air for business. Wait, thats not fair. The Lenovo ThinkPad X300 is actually in a league by itself for several reasons. CMP Channel Test Centers testing of the notebook turned up stellar results in just about every measurement except...
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devhardware.com
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2016-11-10
It seems like every day there are more and more laptops on the market, and they all keep getting smaller. Ultra thin laptops are both stylish and good for your back, but choosing the right one is tricky terrain. After all, you don’t want to get that st...
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Digitaltrends.com
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2016-11-10
Video Review: The Lenovo has put on their boxing gloves and come out of the corner with the Lenovo X300 laptop. Its light, weighing in at 2.1 lbs. Its also up-to-date on the latest tech, coming with a 64GB SSD (Solid State Drive) hard-drive. Is it e...
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wi-fiplanet.com
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2016-11-10
We cant keep it. Our eval loan has run out and we have to return this Lenovo ThinkPad X300 review unit next week. But thats all right. Well find a way. We can follow it back to Lenovos address in North Carolina. We can stalk it. Someday itll be in...
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tomsguide.com
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2016-11-10
Finally, is the X300 better than the MacBook Air? There’s no doubt about it on the technical level. The X300 is just as fast as and much better equipped than the MacBook Air. But the Apple machine is better for multimedia use (Mac OS X has a lot to do...
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g4tv.com
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2016-11-10
Video Review: Get your gadget fix three times a week, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday right here on TheFeed. Today’s tech item is the Lenovo ThinkPad X300 Laptop. Find out if this portable PC’s right for you!Lenovo ThinkPad X300 Laptop...
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tomshardware.com
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2016-11-10
When Apple launched its MacBook Air, it was rumored that Lenovo would follow up with a 13" ultra-portable laptop. Lenovo did just that in...
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techworld.com
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2016-11-10
Lenovo's X300 is a superb mobile workstation, which connects up superbly to Wi-Fi and 3G, and provides all the features you need on a mobile notebook without any of the compromises that are noticeable with other laptops. Launched in February the X300...
Bottom line This is an exceptional package. If you travel, and can justify nearly £2000 on a laptop, this should be on your short list. The pros listed here easily outweigh the minor cons...
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hothardware.com
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2016-11-10
While he may not have invented the Internet, Al Gore has played a major role in bringing the issue of Global Warming to the masses. In his book and movie "An Inconvenient Truth", Gore made a compelling case, and whether his message convinced you or n...
Bottom line Performance Analysis: The ThinkPad X300 put up some interesting performance numbers. Understandably, with tests heavily CPU dependent tests, we saw the effects of the relatively low-clocked 1.2GHz processor, examples included 3DMark06 CPU, and PCMar...
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eweek.com
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2016-11-10
Lenovos leading-edge ThinkPad X300 packs power-savings into a petite and pricey three-pound chassis.Based on eWEEK Labs tests of Lenovos new, power-saving ThinkPad X300 ultralight notebook, its looking as though black is the new green. While the ne...
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