Lenovo’s IdeaPad X100e Dual Core options are now available just in case you want to spruce up the X100e before bringing one home. To throw in the Athlon Neo X2 L335 processor, you will need to add another $45 while the Turion Neo X2 L625 costs an additional $70. Apart from the processor options, all the rest remain the same. To get a better idea on how much a basic machine costs, a Turion-powered X100e with Bluetooth connectivity, 1GB RAM and 160GB hard drive will cost $539. Of course, be prepared to wait anywhere from 9 to 13 days if you select either dual core processor option.
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