In the CES yesterday computer manufacturing company Lenovo made a pretty good appearance with the announcement of a number of brand new laptop computers. The series of announced laptops includes low cost fresh B series laptops, a refurbished ThinkPad Edge series laptops, a business purpose Ultrabook and also a modified version of ThinkPad X1. Here come the descriptions of the aforementioned laptops.
- ThinkPad X1 Hybrid
The ThinkPad X1 Hybrid is powered by Qualcomm dual core processor. It offers 13.3 inch screen, Linux operating system, 16 GB memory, a backlit keyboard and many more.
These laptops are expected to enter the market in the 2nd quarter of 2012 and the price is expected to start from $1599.
- ThinkPad T430u Ultrabook
ThinkPad T430u Ultrabook is Lenovo’s first business purpose laptop. The 14 inch laptop will offer island style keyboard, Intel Core i processors, integrated Nvidia graphics and both of the SSD and HDD storage, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, HDMI-out, USB 3.0 ports and a 4-in-1 multi-card reader. The price range will be $1000 and it is expected to make it to the stores in the third quarter of 2012.
- ThinkPad Edge
The ThinkPad Edge laptops will also represent the low end laptops. These laptops are suitable for serving small business purposes. The finest one of the ThinkPad Edge series is the Think Pad Edge S430. The Think Pad Edge S430 will offer a graceful and thin design with a 14 inch screen. Lenovo has reported to incorporate the Thunderbolt technology of Intel in the mentioned laptop. It will also offer Intel I core processor, USB 3.0 ports, Nvidia Optimus graphics and a collection of business purpose tools including remote management. The Think Pad Edge S430 is expected to hit the market in June 2012 and the starting price range will be $749.
Lenovo has also announced that the 14 inch and 15 inch versions of the ThinkPad Edge E430, E435, E530 and E535 laptops will be redesigned and a number of 11 inch and 13 inch laptops will also be introduced.
The ThinkPad Edge E130/135 and E330/335 models will offer AMD Fusion APUs as well as Intel Core processors, USB 3.0 and HDD or SSD storage.
- Lenovo B Series
Lenovo has redesigned its B series laptops with less powerful but entirely featured systems at a low cost. The B480 and the B580 models will come with the newest Intel Core Processors while the B485 and B585 models will offer the AMD Fusion APUs.
The B series laptops are ranged from $349 only. The laptops are expected to enter the market in April.