Not getting a rest there, huh, Lenovo? On the heels of the availability of the IdeaPad S10-3s and C200, big L has also been prepping to box and send off some fresh ThinkPads. If the 17-inch, Wacom-equipped W701 and W701ds (dual screen) caught your eye when they were first introduced two months ago we hope you set aside a chunk of change -- the Core i7 / NVIDIA Quadro FX 3800M rig rings up at $3,668.00. Add in that dual screen and you're up to $4,343. On the completely opposite end of the spectrum, that X100e which we recently reviewed is available with a 1.6GHz AMD Turion Neo X2 Dual-Core CPU. We doubt that'll do the sub-four hour battery life any good, but if power in a small package is what you're after it's definitely worth a click on the source link. As for that picture of the X100e with a floppy disk that really has nothing to do with the news, we just came across it on Lenovo's blog and really liked it.