[CES 2011] With CES just around the corner, it shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone that the product releases are coming fast. If you were a fan of the portable Lenovo ThinkPad X100e, you’ll be glad to hear that the company has announced its successor, the X120e, solving one of the major issues with the current version – heat. The AMD Neo wasn’t the coolest piece of silicon around and now the updated version uses the AMD Fusion APU technology, offering the Zacate E-240 and E-350 processors that include Radeon HD 6310 graphics in the same chip. On paper, the X120e will offer a decent graphics experience with over 6.5 hours of battery life and the promise that the heat issues have been taken care of. If you think that this is the notebook for you, you’ll need to shell out $399 when it’s released in February and that does sound quite tempting.
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