What you see right now is a photographed image of the new Lenovo ThinkPad Ultrabook. There’s nothing highly interesting on the photo itself, except that on the inside, the laptop is powered by Intel’s new Ivy Bridge processor. Swiss retailer ThinkPadCenter.ch is the one responsible for publishing the photos over the Internet. This Lenovo ultrabook, called the ThinkPad X230, has a 12.5-inch 1366 x 768 resolution display and a chiclet-style AccuType keyboard. The source also leaked information about a tablet version of the ultrabook, dubbed the ThinkPad X230t.
But unfortunately, no images were found. Both devices will include two storage options – a 320 GB or a 500 GB traditional HDD. There’s also a 180 GB SSD option. But perhaps the killer feature of both devices is Intel’s Ivy Bridge processor which is expected boost computer performance while saving power and battery life at the same time. No specific release dates have been leaked. But both the ThinkPad X230 ultrabook and the ThinkPad X230t tablet are expected to arrive in the next eight weeks. Lenovo is known for its high quality desktops, laptops and tablets, there’s no doubt about that.
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