A new Lenovo ThinkPad has appeared on different online shops. It has a Intel Core i5 2520M CPU, clocking in at 2.5GHz. The X1 has a 13.3 inch Gorilla Glass screen, with a resolution of 1366×768 pixels. It is not as thin as the Samsung Series 9 and Apple MacBook Air, but it comes quite close with its 21.5mm (0.8 inch). Some other specifications of the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 are a 160GB SSD, 8GB RAM and a SDXC card reader. It will cost €2005 (2920USD), and will be released on the 20th of May.
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Meet the Lenovo ThinkPad X120e. This 11.6-inch ultraportable laptop still has the same chassis as the previous versions, complete with the ergonomic curved keys, red pointing stick, but instead of AMD’s old Neo parts, it comes with the anticipated AMD Fusion APU technology. The Lenovo X120e will be available with either the Zacate E-240 or E-350 processors, which features the AMD Radeon HD 6310 graphics card on the same chip. According to Lenovo, the X120e will deliver a great graphics experience with a battery lasting over 6.5 hours. The Lenovo ThinkPad X120e will be available in February this year for a super awesomely reasonable price of $399 USD (around 300 Euros).
Lenovo today quietly added this 12.5-inch ultraportable to their website, in hopes that someone would notice. The Lenovo IdeaPad U260 has an unorthodox size, and is said to come in two colors; brown and orange, but if you’re like Lenovo and want to spice it up, why not use the names Mocha Brown and Clementine Orange instead. As far as the Lenovo IdeaPad U260′s specifications go, it is said to rock a 0.71-inch thickness and a total weight of just 3.04 pounds. It does not have any optical drive, and it will ship with an Ultra Low Voltage Core i3 or Core i5 processor. There’s also no ExpressCard slot, but instead a four-cell battery, Bluetooth 2.1, VGA / HDMI video outputs, WiFi connectivity, 4GB of RAM and a 320GB hard drive. The price is yet to be announce, but expect it soon. Another photo after the break.