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Lenovo X200 Tablet PC vs Dell Latitude XT Tablet PC: Benchmarks



image I’m not a big fan of benchmarks because it is almost impossible to fairly compare two different units together. Such is the case the with the Lenovo X200 Tablet PC and the Dell Latitude XT Tablet PC.

However, because we have many readers who thrive on such benchmarks, I’ve run CrystalMark on both units. Keep the specs in mind when comparing the two. Even though the benchmarks tell a different story, given the type of work I do, I can’t tell much of a performance difference between the two. I have not crunched any video on them yet, but I’ll do that soon and post those times up.

Lenovo X200 Tablet PC
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo L9400 1.86 Ghz
Memory: 2 gb
Harddisk: 128 gb HDD
Battery: 8 cell
Price: $2223
Dell Latitude XT Tablet PC
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo U7600 1.2 ghz Memory: 3 gb
Harddisk: 64 gb SSD
Battery: standard + 9 cell
Price: $2778


  1. dave s

    10/16/2008 at 10:22 pm

    Hopefully the next intel (or amd) platform will offer much greater performance boost.

    I just ran CM on my x61t, 4GB RAM, and 320GB 5400RPM HDD, which gave me a composite of 57660 (on Vista SP1).

    I’m surprised at how low the HDD score for the XT is, as I got 9715. I have no idea if the Turbo Memory was actually being used, but the number seems way too low to justify the cost differences.

  2. Alex Danvy

    10/17/2008 at 10:25 am

    Hi Rob,
    I really appreciate your work but I can’t see the point in this article. I miss something that would make the comparison valuable like price, weight, or else.
    If those machine are equal in price, then the Lenovo might be a good deal as it gives more power.
    Of course, if the post was titled “Lenovo X200 Tablet PC benchmark” an the Dell XT used as a reference mark, it would be different.
    Thanks for your great job anyway.

  3. Rob Bushway

    10/17/2008 at 10:32 am

    agree, Alex. I can see where including price would be beneficial. I’ll add that in.

    Like I said, though – they are totally different configs, but people have asked for benchmarks, so I gave them.

  4. jas

    10/17/2008 at 8:45 pm

    I know what you mean Rob. However, I do appreciate the benchmarks.

  5. dave s

    10/17/2008 at 8:47 pm

    1440×900? is an external monitor plugged in to the x200t?

  6. Rob Bushway

    10/17/2008 at 8:50 pm

    yes..I had the x200t plugged in to an external monitor …

  7. Lenovo coupons

    10/30/2008 at 2:42 pm

    interesting thxs for sharing

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