[CES 2013] Now here are a couple of notebooks that you might want to consider if processing power is right up there at the top of your shopping criteria, and you would not mind having a spot of gaming when the situation gets too stressful. The Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E431 and E531 should get the job done on your behalf, where it carries up to a 3rd generation Intel Core i7 processor, boasting a slimmer design with a choice of either a 14″ or 15″ HD or HD+ touchscreen display (which has been optimized for the Windows 8 experience, of course) at 1600 x 900 resolution.
Specially designed to support voice recognition, the both the Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E431 and E531 will come with an improved NVIDIA GeForce discrete graphics, an updated and improved keyboard, up to a 1TB hard drive and 16GB RAM, with Dolby Advanced Audio V2 to tickle your ears. You can choose from business-like black, red or silver shades, and of course, the added advantage of the OneLink Connector gives it an edge over other notebooks.
Basically, the OneLink Connector is a single cable that connects and powers plenty, delivering simplified connectivity, high speed data without compromising on video quality (lag-free 1080p HDMI video), charges up your notebook, and ultimately, reduces cable clutter. Any takers?
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