Lenovo manufacturer is preparing the launch of the ThinkPad X1, a new ultra-portable computer designed for professionals. On the menu it has sharpness, new-generation processor, SSD and battery very fast to load.
Of 2.15 cm thick and accusing a little less than 1.5 kg on the scales, this 13.3-inch ultraportable computer has a Intel Core next-generation, like the i5-2520M model clocked at 2, 5 GHz, and up to 8GB of DDR3 RAM.
It offers an Intel graphics to power its HD panel backlight LED treated against scratches which displays a maximum resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, a graphical high-definition audio with a refund through two stereo speakers or output 3.5 mm, Gigabit Ethernet wired network part, a network game wireless Wi-Fi 802.11n and 3G mobile network part.
It also proposes a SSD device with a capacity of 160 GB, a memory card reader 4-in-1 Bluetooth 2.1 connectivity, a HD webcam, an internal microphone, keyboard chiclet tight, a pointing stick and a Touch box.
All under Windows 7 Professional 64-bit and powered by a rechargeable long-term benefits of a technology also quick charging, with a charge of 80% reached within 30 minutes.
Nothing has filtered out about the sale on the market and it would be sold around for 2000 euros.