Model ThinkPad Mini 10 uses Atom processor and equipped with WiMax wireless connectivity.
The ThinkPad Mini 10 was introduced by Lenovo at the end of April, but limited to one school in New South Wales, Australia. This model owns a 10-inch screen with a resolution of 1,024 x 600 pixels with Intel Atom N450 processor clocked at 1.6GHz.
ThinkPad Mini 10 with WiMax module. Image: Engadget.
Today, the FCC (Federal Communications Commission USA) has revealed quite interesting information about this product. The Mini 10 will incorporate a new WiMax module like some versions of the X100e currently sold in the US. For the current X100e model, users need to spend about $ 150 more to get more Gobi 2000 3G chip.
The WiMax option on the ThinkPad Mini 10 is expected to support maximum mobility for Lenovo's netbook and is the "weapon" for Lenovo to compete with other current brands such as Eee PC or HP Mini.