The US 1201t model doesn’t ship with a Windows OS, only Express Gate and is only available in black.
12.1” 1366 x 768 display (glossy)
AMD Athlon Neo MV-40 processor (1.6GHz single core)
AMD M780G chipset
ATI Radeon HD 3200 graphics
250GB HDD (5400 RPM, 2.5” SATA)
VGA, 3x USB 2.0, headphone and microphone jacks, Kensington lock, RJ45, card reader
6-cell battery (5.2 hours)
Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit
1.45 kg / 3.2 pounds
295mm x 205mm x 22 – 29mm / 11.6” x 8.1” x 0.87” – 1.14” dimensions
There are three available colors: silver, black and red.
In the box you get a manual, recovery DVD, the 1201T itself and power cable / brick. There is no sleeve included. Packaging is the same as other Eee PCs.
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The reason why you don’t get hardware acceleration even with Flash 10.1 beta 3 is because the driver shipped with Lenovo is out of date. The driver shipped with x100e laptop is version 8.663, but in order to support flash hardware acceleration under 10.1 beta, you need at least driver version 8.680 or above and also you will need Catalyst 9.11 or above. So you will need to update your driver. By default, Lenovo block any non-official driver update. however, there is a wary around it by doing it manually. go to this AMD link:
From there, go to option 2, Download both the driver and the Catalyst Control Center software. Extract the driver files on your X100e (you can either extract it by clicking on the driver file, it ask for an extract location, and once it is extracted, it will try to install, you can cancel the install, you just want to extract the files, that’s all you want from it. so you can cancel the installation. Alternatively, you can extract it with a third party program like WinRAR).
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The HP Pavilion DM1 is Hewlett Packard’s 11.6” entry into the cheap thin and light CULV notebook space. It uses the same chassis as the ION powered HP Mini 311 which has been out for many months already but instead comes with an Intel CULV processor and Intel integrated graphics, instead of an Atom processor and dedicated NVidia ION graphics. This notebook should be good for those wanting better performance outside of gaming.
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The Cocoon Grid-It offers something particularly unusual–instead of a series of pockets for your gear, this one offers a series of bungee straps instead, allowing you to simply strap down things like your AC adapter and the like instead of slipping it into pockets. Most everything from a set of headphones to a DVD case can fit into one of these straps, and you’ll have a variety of sizes on hand to ensure that most everything you need held down gets, in fact, held down.
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