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Lenovo ThinkPad X120e

The AMD Fusion-powered ThinkPad x120e is an 11-inch ultraportable that's better and more affordable than last year's model, making it an even better choice for small-business buyers.

By February 10, 2011

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Lenovo adds new ThinkPad Edge models, 11.6-inch x120e

Lenovo's latest ThinkPad Edge laptops have styling tweaks and new processors; plus, there's a new 11.6-inch ThinkPad.

By January 2, 2011

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Lenovo ThinkPad X120e (photos)

A close-up look at Lenovo's new 11.6-inch ThinkPad with an AMD Fusion processor.

5 Images By January 2, 2011

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Lenovo ThinkPad X120e

The AMD Fusion-powered ThinkPad X120e is an 11-inch ultraportable that's better and more affordable than last year's model, making it an even better choice for small-business buyers.

February 9, 2011

4 stars Editors' rating February 9, 2011

MSRP: $579.00

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The education-targeted Lenovo Thinkpad

An education-targeted 11-inch laptop? Yes, and no: Lenovo's impact-resistant ultraportable is really just last year's ThinkPad x120e in a new suit.

By April 17, 2012

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Lenovo adds Thunderbolt to ThinkPad Edge for CES 2012

A sleeker high-end ThinkPad Edge with Thunderbolt joins Lenovo's midrange small-business laptops.

By January 4, 2012

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$379 Acer Aspire One 722-BZ608 reviewed: Affordable, portable 11-inch laptop

What do you call an 11-inch laptop with a faster-than-Atom processor that still feels like a Netbook at heart? We ponder Acer's ultraportable new Aspire One.

By July 19, 2011

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Well-equipped 15-inch HP laptop drops to $349

Chips from Advanced Micro Devices are powering inexpensive but robust laptops from vendors like Hewlett-Packard and Acer.

By June 17, 2011

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AMD Fusion laptop roundup

AMD's Fusion APU (which combines a CPU and GPU), is showing up in sub-$500 laptops, and we've rounded up the first wave of reviews here.

By March 24, 2011

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How does the Motorola Atrix 4G Lapdock compare with a laptop?

Can a smartphone effortlessly convert into a laptop? We take a look at whether Motorola's futuristic idea holds up.

By February 9, 2011