If you’re shopping about for a new notebook, you might be interested to hear that Lenovo’s ThinkPad E430 and E530 notebooks are finally on sale in both the US and Asian markets. Unfortunately it appears that both notebooks will be powered by Intel’s second-gen Sandy Bridge processors as opposed to third-gen Intel processors, the recently released Ivy Bridge chipset. If you’re not a power user or if you’re not too fussed about having the latest of everything, then perhaps these are two notebooks you might want to check out.
Both the 14” E430 and the 15” E530 will be powered by Intel’s Core i3-2350M processor clocked at 2.3GHz. They will also feature 4GB of RAM, a 320GB HDD and Intel HD Graphics and displays capable of handling a 1366×768 display resolution. The base price for both models starts at $549 and can be further customized according to your needs. Interested in picking one up for yourself? If you are, head on over to Lenovo’s website for the details and to place an order. [Lenovo ThinkPad E430] [Lenovo ThinkPad E530]
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