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Sunday, February 17, 2013

Used Thinkpad X200

I am selling the used Thinkpad X200, that I bought in 2010.

Here goes the brief specification of the laptop.

CPU:Intel Core 2 Duo P8700/2.53 GHz (Dual-Core)
Memory: 4GB
HDD: 160GB 7200rpm (ST9160823AS)
OS: Windows 7 Professional
Display Type: 12.1 in TFT active matrix
Max Resolution: 1280x800 (WXGA)
Graphics Processor: Intel GMA 4500MHD Dynamic Video Memory Technology 5.0
Optical Drive: None

Here go the pictures of my x200. Any question will be welcome.

Any problem in watching the following pictures, please drop by  http://collagefactory.blogspot.com/2013/02/used-thinkpad-x200.html.

Picture with minimum backlight. You can see detail of the boddy.

Picture with maximum backlight.

I'm selling the used x200 I bought in 2010. The appearance is excellent.

Bottom is also great. Prodcuct SN, OS product key, and MAC address are hidden here.

English keyboard is in excellent condition.

Currently, Windows 7 Professional 64bit is running on this system, that has Core 2 Duo P8700 at 2.53GHz and 4GB main memory.

It has 160GB HDD, but 150GB show up Windows Explorer. Actual capacity you can use in this system is around 150GB. The actual capacity depends on OS or system. Please see http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/23890-hdds-advertized-size-vs-actual-size.html.

Currently ST9160823AS, Seagate Momentus 7200RPM HDD is installed. You can see a review of this HDD here: http://reviews.cnet.com/system-hard-drives/seagate-momentus-7200-2/4505-9989_7-33650554.html

The battery is still okay and lasts more than 3 hours, Thinkpad power manager said. Of course, it depends on how to use the system. If some software used CPU aggressively, the result would be different. Note that the battery cycle is 102. It has been recharged only 102 times.

Note that it is in excellent shape.

And it is running great.

No bad pixel found. Note that it can last more than 4 hours here. Of course, it depends on what program it is running.

No key is broken.

Recovery media in on desktop. Please keep this recovery media, because Thinkpad doesn't allow you to make another copy.

It is coming with the Waterfield sleeve, that was around $50.

It has a picket on the other side.


The sleeve perfectly fit the system.

The adapter is in perfect shape.

The official guide

Thinkpad x200, charger, official guide and sleeve are coming together.

They are going to be in the original box of Thinkpad.

The built-in webcam is working great! You can see my hand! :D

Currently, any bios password is disabled. If you want, you can set up in this menu later.

The official model name is 7454-CTO.

Windows 7 pro, that is coming with laptop, is a officially licensed Windows. Note that I recovered to factory default using the Thinkpad recovery media. The recovery partition is within the HDD, and its recovery disk image in in the desktop. Please, backup this recovery directory when you got this laptop. You will need this, if you want to upgrade your HDD or something.

Recovery partition is assigned to Q drive.

The recovery disk image in in the desktop.

Note that he official Windows 7 pro from Thinkpad has some extra programs for Thinkpad, which are not able to be found in other laptops.


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