The word ultraportable has been put into our vocabulary the past few years with every major laptop manufacturer coming out with a laptop deemed "ultraportable". Apple really took the ultraportable realm to the next level with the Macbook Air, the thinnest notebook ever created and at only 3 pounds it definitely impressed many people. Lenovo wanted to give business users a ThinkPad that was also thin and light. They came up with the X300, a 13.3-inch notebook that is less than an inch thick and weighs around 3lbs. Let's take a look and see if this is the ultraportable for you.
Intel Core 2 Duo SL7100 (1.2GHz, 4MB L2, 800MHz FSB)
2GB PC2-5300 DDR2 SDRAM
Intel Graphics Media Adapter X3100
13.3-inch WXGA+ TFT
64GB Solid State Drive
Ultrathin DVD Burner
Intel Wireless WiFi Link
Integrated Wireless WAN: Verizon Sierra CDMA2000
Windows Vista Business
Price: $2043.50 Prices Start at: $1825.75
Lenovo has changed their packaging around. Usually we would receive a normal ThinkPad cardboard box. This time Lenovo has gone with a hard plastic box. Inside the box there is a foam container that has 2 sides. One for the laptop itself and the other for your accessories.
Getting everything out of the packaging you have the following items, the X300 laptop, battery, power adapter, extra trackpoints, quick install guide, and the user's guide.