First announced at CES earlier this year, here we are with the Lenovo ThinkPad T430u that is finally ready to make its debut in the Ultrabook market, targeting those in business suits. Do bear in mind that another claim to fame that the Lenovo ThinkPad T430u has would be this – it can be considered as one of the first few Ultrabooks which sport a Thunderbolt port, now how about that?

Going up for sale later this month, the Lenovo ThinkPad T430u will retail for $779 a pop, and will come with a 14″ display at 1366 x 768 resolution, while coming with an array of Ivy Bridge processors from Intel to boot. Not only that, it will also come with up to 8GB RAM, with a choice between different hard drive capacities or a 128GB solid-state drive, in addition to an optional NVIDIA GeForce GT620M CPU with 1GB of video memory. Do you think that this could very well be the poor man’s Lenovo X1 Carbon?

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