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PostPosted: Wed Oct 19, 2011 8:23 am 
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HI All,
does any body know a good online store selling the X121e? and does it better than the X120e ?
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 19, 2011 5:09 pm 
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....AFAIK....The ThinkPad X121e has been launched in Japan and Europe now for around US$575.
!20e = USA model , and can be pruchased from Lenovo USA website or try ,, other e 'Sellers....lots around

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I would imagine that the X121e is significantly better than the X120e due to the 121's i3 processor. But if you're gonna spend close to $600 then I say just go with an X220 with i3. My wife has the X120e and I have an i5 X220 and I must say that the X220 is much better than the X120e in more ways than just a better processor. First, you get better battery options with the 9-cell battery and optional slice. Then you get a better keyboard, larger screen and optional IPS display (which I highly recommend). You also get an Expresscard slot for upgrades. My slot is taken by an Ake USB 3.0 adapter (which is AWESOME!). All this in a package that doesn't feel much heavier than the X120e.

Don't get me wrong though, I love my wifes X120e - and so does she. It's the perfect laptop/netbook for the low price!


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PostPosted: Tue Nov 22, 2011 10:06 pm 
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Stepper wrote:
I would imagine that the X121e is significantly better than the X120e due to the 121's i3 processor. But if you're gonna spend close to $600 then I say just go with an X220 with i3. My wife has the X120e and I have an i5 X220 and I must say that the X220 is much better than the X120e in more ways than just a better processor. First, you get better battery options with the 9-cell battery and optional slice. Then you get a better keyboard, larger screen and optional IPS display (which I highly recommend). You also get an Expresscard slot for upgrades. My slot is taken by an Ake USB 3.0 adapter (which is AWESOME!). All this in a package that doesn't feel much heavier than the X120e.

Don't get me wrong though, I love my wifes X120e - and so does she. It's the perfect laptop/netbook for the low price!

Yes, the price points and hence product offerings are spaced differently in smaller and/or emerging markets versus in the United States of America. Any word on potential changes where we might see an x121 or better derivative soon?

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