@aminb I have not used them
@aminb actually on second thought, I think I tried the X200T closer to its original release (a lifetime ago... almost literally!). I've never found the convertable tablet form-factor to be more than a novelty
@aminb The X200T is Libreboot'able, but not easily. The X200 isn't too bad - that was the first machine I externally flashed the bios on, though my Coreboot'ed X230 is my daily driver.
@aminb I think the procedure for the X200s and the X200t is more or less the same. There's no clip that works for their bios chips.
@aminb You can buy a cheap usb flasher for a few bucks, and the appropriate pomona clip (you'll have to check the chip first), and good deals come up on eBay. I got an X200T for $15 a few weeks back (no drive, 3Gb, not adapter, no stylus (so I had to buy one for $10), but everything else was fine, including battery). I think I bought my X200 for $45 a few years back.
The pre-flashed ones are expensive, and anyway it's more fun to have done it yourself (if you can spare an afternoon or so).
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