It has been a while since the FCC has leaked an interesting product before its official announcement. The FCC recently leaked a crude line drawing of the bottom of the Lenovo ThinkPad X200t. The line drawing of the bottom of the notebook is all the information offered by the FCC.
With no real information available on the X200t, notebook specifications and features are unknown. In addition to the line art at the FCC, TabletPCReview has an actual photo of the X200t. The photo shows that the notebook has the familiar look that has been used on ThinkPad's since the IBM days with black, blue, and a red nub for mouse control.
The notebook is expected to have wireless broadband capability and will reportedly feature Wireless USB connectivity to allow wireless connections to peripherals. SlashGear reports that rumors point to the X200t having an Intel Core 2 Duo processor running 1.86GHz, 1GB of RAM, 160GB SATA HDD, and a 12.1-inch 1280 x 800 display.
The notebook is rumored to weigh 4.17 pounds and use an 8-cell battery good for 7 hours of use. Wireless connectivity should include 802.11a/g/n along with Bluetooth. The screen will be a pen-enabled touch screen reports SlashGear.
Earlier this month Lenovo officially announced the 17-inch W700 ThinkPad featuring a built-in Wacom tablet.