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Lenovo ThinkPad 12.5″ Core i7 Tablet PC

We thought we were safe. We thought the Mayans were wrong. But today, on the final day of 2012, we found out the hard way that we’d celebrated a little too early. Due to a Leap Year-related miscalculation, turns out the Mayans actually predicted that the world would end, well, today.

But I’m ok. I was able to escape the ruins of my crumbling city with little more than my Lenovo ThinkPad 12.5″ Core i7 Tablet PC. As I retreated into the mountains under an ashy gray sky, surely indicative of some horrible volcano or alien space laser or something, I lit my way with the Lenovo’s LED-backlit anti-glare touchscreen; the power saving, longer lasting battery made this basically a zero-cost investment. Before too long, I found a cave to hide in.

Knowing that doom was, essentially, inevitable, I decided to spend my last moments as I’d spent most of the moments before that. I peeked into my 320 GB hard drive and relived a few of my favorite movies, listened to a few of my favorite songs, and generally just messed around. A few hours passed before I noticed that, despite the cave and the fall of civilization as we know it, my 802.11b/g/n wireless connection had hooked me up to the internet.

I sped off to Twitter, hoping to see the last thoughts of my nearest and dearest, or at least discover the cause of the darkened, apocalyptic skies … but mostly people were just posting about their New Year’s Resolutions, or their plans for the evening. Puzzled by this, I checked news sites: nothing. On any of them. Well, one of them did have a weather crawl, which helpfully reminded me that I live in Seattle, and sometimes the skies are gray here even if it isn’t Ragnarok or the Rapture or the End of Days.

My New Year’s Resolution for 2013: Maybe think things through a little bit more before I go huddle in a dank, bug-ridden cave for nine hours.

Processor: Intel Core i7-2640M (2.8GHz)
Processor Core: Dual-Core
Screen Size: 12.5″
Resolution: 1366 x 768
Display Type: 12.1″ LED-backlit WXGA UWVA anti-glare touchscreenLED-backlit anti-glare touchscreen display
Graphics: Intel HD 3000 (up to 1696MB)
Memory: 4GB DDR3 (expandable to 8GB)
Memory Slots: 2
Storage: 320GB SATA (7200 rpm)
Network: 10/100/1000Mbps
Wireless: 802.11b/g/n
Bluetooth: 3.0
Card Reader: 4-in-1 Media Card Reader (SD, SDHC, SDXC, MMC)
Expansion Slot: Express Card/54
Battery: 6-Cell Lithium-Ion
Speakers: Stereo 1W x 2
Sound: HD
Webcam: HD Webcam
Microphone: Dual Array
Keyboard: 7 Row, 89-key, ThinkVantage Button, Spill-Resistant, Multimedia Fn Keys
Pointing Devices: TrackPoint? pointing device
UltraNav?, buttonless touchpad below keyboard, multi-touch
Fingerprint Reader: UPEK Fingerprint Reader
Pen and Touch: Pen and touch input with 2 touch points
I/O Ports:
DisplayPort: 1
USB 2.0: 3 (1 powered)
VGA: 1
RJ-45: 1
Docking Connector: 1
Combo Headphone/Mic Jack: 1
Operating System:
Genuine Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
Power-on Password
Hard Disk Password
Supervisor Password
Security Keyhole
65W Smart AC Adapter; HP Fast Charge
6-Cell 49WHr Lithium-Ion Battery
12″(W) x 1.23″(H) x 9″(D)
3.97 lbs


In the box:

  • Lenovo ThinkPad Dual-Core i7 Tablet Notebook PC with 12.5″ LED Display
  • 6-Cell Lithium-Ion Battery
  • Stylus with Replacement Tips and Clip
  • AC Adapter
  • Cleaning Cloth



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