Lenovo ThinkPadLenovo on Sunday presented its updated laptops of ThinkPad family, updated electronic stuffing in them and making them slimmer and lighter body.

In Lenovo say that the updated ThinkPad better meet modern requirements for portable computers in business class. As reported in Lenovo, new cars will be sold in all major markets where the Company at a price of $ 950 for the base model.

The new model is a business laptop ThinkPad T431s weighs 1.36 kg, which is 24% lighter than the previous model, and body thickness of only 20.6 mm, which is 21% thinner than its predecessor. Also, the company has transformed several key laptop, making them lighter and more subtle. Touchpad for the new model was similar to the touchpad on the MacBook and MacBook Air. The company also said that increased touchpad sensor field, as it is more practical.

In the market research firm IDC said that ThinkPad laptops are the most popular business laptops ever since IBM. Last year, Lenovo has sold more than 2.5 million such noubtukov, occupying 27.6% of the market of business notebooks. IDC notes that laptop users ThinkPad – it is usually very loyal business customers, for which the current model is already the second or third row of the laptop brand.


New models of laptops, as they say in Lenovo, have been transformed in accordance with modern requirements. So, here in the case of a 13-inch laptop screen is placed 14 inches, bringing it almost to the edges of the housing. By itself, the screen can rotate 180 degrees. Working models based on Intel Core i5 processors or i7 microarchitecture Ivy Bridge. As an operating system, users can choose not only Windows 8, and Windows 7. RAM size the ThinkPad was increased up to 12 GB, and for permanent data storage customers can choose either a SSD-drives up to 256 GB or hard drives up to 1 terabyte. Laptops also have ports MiniDisplayPort, USB 3.0 and Ethernet.

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