I'm going to take a guess regarding your second question. You may be thinking that i7=quad-core which is not always the case in mobile processors. i7 just means higher-tier than i5.
1st gen mobile quad-cores are 'Clarkfield' or 'Nehalem architecture'.
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I suggest you download the X200/X201 manual from the HMM-link above.
It has all the info you need.
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Yeah these great laptops come with various configurations of 1st generation Intel Core mobile CPU. GPU are weak compare to even Sandybridge but still usable. Mind you I don't do anything requiring intensive GPU on my mobile platform.
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