Nowadays a lot of computer makers who create laptops are focusing on portability by making laptops as slim and as light as they possibly can. This is great, but if you’re less fussed about how thin and light your laptop is, and more about whether or not it can withstand the daily rigors of travel, Lenovo has you covered.
Lenovo has announced the ThinkPad X270 laptop. According to Lenovo, the laptop has been designed for mobility in mind, but at the same time it is rugged enough to withstand being brought about all day. It also comes with a battery life that Lenovo is boasting will last a whopping 20 hours, thanks to its dual configurable battery architecture.
Under the hood the ThinkPad X270 will come with the latest Intel Core i processors and can be configured with up to 16GB of RAM. It will also support up to 2TB of hard disk space or 512GB of PCIe SSD storage if that’s more your cup of tea. We’re also looking at a 12.5-inch HD display/FHD touchscreen, and will come with Windows 10 preinstalled.
It will also appeal to those who take their audio seriously as it will come with Dolby’s audio tech. The Lenovo ThinkPad X270 will be priced starting at $949 and will be launched come January, 2017.