The rumors are true. Lenovo has uneveiled its newest PC machine, an ultraportable laptop wih a tablet and Intel Core i7 or i5 processors. The device has a convertible Tablet PC design and a 12.1-inch screen.
The X201 will come with the option of Windows 7 or Windows XP operating systems and up to 500GB of storage. Consumers can also opt for an SSD storage version, with up to 128GB available. The machine has built-in Wi-Fi, WiMax, and Bluetooth. Weighing in at around 4 pounds, it is not the lightest laptop available, but neither is any Tablet PC device.
IBM's ThinkPad line has not always received the warmest reception, but it remains a common name in the business and enterprise market.
The X201 has a reported runtime of 12.2 hours (on 9-cell batteries) and it is available at a retail price of $1,199. The X201S version will ramp that price up to $1,599.
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