"Best Convertable Tablet on the Market"5.0 starson by endodoc
Pros: Light, long battery, durable, high quality
Cons: 4200 rpm hard drive, no firewire
Summary: Just got this product a few days ago. 1.5 gig intel processor, ABG wireless, 60 gig hd, bluetooth, 1.5 gig ram. It seems like technology is finally catching up with the tablet. Any other comparable convertible tablet/notebook weighs at least a pound more and is bulky. This maintains a low weight AND a keyboard - finally. The next best ultraportable tablet on the market is the Motion Computing LE1600, which lacks a keyboard. The x41 otherwise has the EXACT same specs. Same quality (probably better), same weight, same battery life, etc. I don't know how IBM (now lenovo) can do this while other companies cannot.
If you are looking for a convertible and do not care about weight and thickness, look at the HP 4200 or Toshiba Tecra M4. If you want something very portable, powerful, and unbreakable, look no further than this Thinkpad. This is the best tablet convertible on the market.
Only changes I would make:
If IBM had converted the X32 series instead of the X41 series I think I would be even happier, because it has faster hard drives, dedicated graphics, and a firewire port. However, it probably would have increased the weight and decreased the battery life. Also, they need to update some of the guts on that model. Either way, the X41 tablet is now the king of all tablets.