ThinkPad X200: Save money by ordering a Solid State Drive

by Volker Weber


Not sure they actually want to make that offer. But there it is >

[Thanks, Malte]


try to select it - or any other disk. It always jumps back to the original configuration for me

Michael Gollmick, 2008-08-05

Works fine for me - but I still think it is a (virtual) misprint - such a device should bump up the price by at least $300. There are only two manufacturers in the world that do SSDs of that capacity at the moment.

On the other hand, it is a bit steep to charge $100 for a 'downgrade' to XP....

Nick Daisley, 2008-08-05

Their SSD prices are ridiculus. SSD prices in the last few weeks have fallen so much. 64 GB SLC SSDs are now available for under 300€..... if you want them in your laptop.... tell me! ;)

Sebastian Grötsch, 2008-08-05

@Nick: If vowe would have shown the complete screenshot then you would have seen that the 60GB SSD option alone costs a hefty 830$. So the 128GB SSD should bump the price up at least 1300+$

Sascha Reissner, 2008-08-05

Too late, it's gone. So, so sad.

Oswald Prucker, 2008-08-05

Their prices may seem ridiculus. But their machines are just rock solid. I worked on a T42p for years without any problems and now love my T61p. Great work, very sturdy, very balanced interior.

(Dull exterior, though)

Oswald Prucker, 2008-08-05

Unit Price = $11,523.00!!!

did anybody say that macs are expensive???


Mike Reichert, 2008-08-06

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