by Jin S. Kim
Update 2009.03.16 1:41PM PST: According to Johnson Li, Director of Lenovo’s Beijing Innovation Center, the ultra-wide netbook-ish Pocket Yoga PC you see is a two-year old design concept featuring a leather exterior and a detachable keyboard. More lovely pictures at Flickr. Source: Electronista, Flickr, Engadget
Original Post 2009.03.11 10:35AM PST: A tipster took some pictures of what looks like Lenovo‘s ThinkPad Reserve Edition from a showroom inside a Lenovo office and sent it over to Engadget. The ThinkPad Reserve Edition was a limited-run notebook PC that was basically a X61 in leather. This new picture shows another iteration of what looks like a Reserve Edition due to the same colored leather casing.
From the picture the displays seems to be ultrawide (around 2:1 or even wider) similar to what is on Sony’s VAIO P. As you may already know the VAIO P has an 8″ TFT LCD with a 1600 x 768 pixel format. I wonder what the little cyan-colored button to the upper-right side of the keyboard is…