This page gives an overview of all ThinkPad X200s related topics.
- One of the following processors:
- Intel Celeron M processor 723 (1.2GHz, 1MB L2, 800MHz FSB)
- Intel Core2 Duo processor SU9300 (1.20GHz, 3MB L2, 800MHz FSB)
- Intel Core2 Duo processor SL9300 (1.60Ghz, 6MB L2, 1066MHz FSB)
- Intel Core2 Duo processor SL9400 (1.86Ghz, 6MB L2, 1066MHz FSB)
- Onboard Graphics
- Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD
- One of the following screens
- 1440x900 12.1" (LED backlight) 250 nit
- 1280x800 12.1" (CCFL backlight) 200 nit
- Support for up to 4GB DDR3-RAM PC3-8500
- Card Reader
- SD, SDHC, and MMC (default)
- SD, SDHC, MMC, MS, MS Pro, with a Modem
- Intel Gigabit Ethernet Controller (82567LM)
- Thinkpad Wifi BGN (It's unclear what this chip is, some reviews list it as being only B/G, which suggests it may be an Atheros like older Thinkpad branded chips. However, I've also read that it is an unsupported Realtek.)
- Intel WiFi Link 5100AGN
- Intel WiFi Link 5300AGN
- Intel WiMAX/WiFi Link 5350 (AGN) with My WiFi Technology
- Other Options
- X200 UltraBase
- Fingerprint reader (Authentec 2810)
- Intel Turbo Memory 2GB
- Audio (Conexant Azalia Audio Codec)
- Battery Sizes - 4 cell, 6 cell, 9 cell (sticks out the back)
Debian Lenny install: http://comcap.free.fr/x200s.html
Debian Sid install: http://larsgg.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!2019B2D8CDA6ED!748.entry
Arch Linux install: http://itgen.blogspot.com/2008/12/installing-arch-linux-on-lenovo.html
CentOS 5 install: http://wiki.centos.org/HowTos/Laptops/Lenovo/Thinkpad-X200s
The above Debian related links explain the hoop-jumping required (in early 2009) for x200s models that have the 5300 wireless card. However if you have a model containing the 5100 (e.g 7469-5KG) then a standard Debian Lenny install ('HD-media' on USB key+wireless net install) works fine and is straightforward.
Pages in category "X200s"
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