Rob Enderle, president of Enderle Group and a well known and respected technologist had this to say about the new super lightweight laptop from Lenovo: "It's the first ThinkPad since the mid-'90s that I actually think is sexy," he added. "Thinkpads are known as solid products, but not really for being sexy. It's just very thin, very light. It's kind of a technology showcase. This thing has all the bells and whistles that you could possibly aspire to in a notebook." I can't say that I've ever heard that adjective used to describe computer hardware, but hey, to each his own :-). Weighing in at under 3 lbs. it sports a 64GB Solid State Disk. To keep that SSD in top form, Lenovo chose to include Diskeeper software as part of the pre-install. Lenovo testing showed that only Diskeeper, with some special changes, could keep that SSD optimized. Find the full system specs here. I'm just wondering – does that qualify Diskeeper as "sexy software"?