Monday, January 3, 2011
Posted by Chris Gohlke in "Other Laptops & Netbooks" @ 03:30 PM
"According to Lenovo, the Fusion E-Series APU (AMD’s word for combined graphics and CPU) will provide 65-percent faster graphics and 30-percent longer battery life than the AMD Neo processors provided on the original ThinkPad X100e. An HDMI-out port will allow users to play hi-def content on larger screens. Considering that the original X100e sometimes got a bit hot, we also hope the new processors will keep their cool. AMD has described the Fusion APU as enabling “cool-running” devices so we’ll see if that’s the case."
Probably the closest thing you are ever going to get to a netbook from Lenovo. At an expected price of under $400, looks like a winner for business; especially if, like a number of places, you are a Lenovo only shop.