We’ve still got to wait until early January for the Lenovo Thinkpad X100e netbook, but luckily some more info has surfaced about the upcoming machine in the mean time.
The new Lenovo netbook will come with AMD’s Athlon Neo processor, lasts 5.1 hours on a single charge, and will sell for under $500.
This is relatively inexpensive, considering its other fantastic specs. The Thinkpad X100e netbook will rock an 11.6-inch HD display, GPS capability, a memory card reader, GbE port, and up to 320 GB of storage. It will come in red, black, or white. And don’t worry – Lenovo has kept its famous red Trackpoint alongside a traditional trackpad.
We’re betting on Windows 7 Starter Edition for the OS, as that seems to be the norm these days, but since Lenovo has specified that the netbook will have “business and home OS support” it seems reasonable to add the Business edition as well.