Lenovo ThinkPad X220 notebook and X220 convertible tablet

Lenovo has introduced its new addition to the X Series 2011 – the ThinkPad X220 laptop and the X220 convertible Tablet PC. The new machines have 12.5-inch (1366 x 768) IPS display with self-closing hinges and the X220 convertible tablet’ display offers multi-touch capabilities and is backed by scratch-resistant Gorilla Glass. They feature improved durability with wider drain-holes in the spill resistant keyboard and a 45% larger buttonless touchpad.

Both X220 are powered by second generation Intel Core i3, Core i5, or Core i7 processors and and can be equipped with up to 8GB of RAM. There’s also a choice of a HDD (up to 320GB) or SSD (up to 160GB), Intel HD graphics, WiFi, optional mobile broadband, ExpressCard slot, and SD card reader, DisplayPort output, USB 3.0 ports  and a 720p webcam.

Lenovo ThinkPad x220

Lenovo claims that ThinkPad X220 offers up to 15 hours battery life with a standard 9-cell battery and up to24-hours with ThinkPad external battery, while the convertible tablet offers up 16 hours when combined with a 6-cell battery and the external battery pack.

ThinkPad X220 Convertible Tablet

The ThinkPad X220 laptop and X220 Tablet will be available in April with prices starting at $899 and $1,199, respectively.

Source: Lenovo

Related posts

MIT researchers create self-assembling 3D nanostructures

Researchers at MIT have devised a new way of creating self-assembling 3D nanostructures that may change the way computer chips are produced in the future. Self-assembling structures are not something new – up until now they were made of polymers but the MIT discovery is the...

Sanyo Introduces WXGA LCD Projector with networking capabilities

SANYO, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of LCD and DLP projectors adds the low-cost PLC-WXE45 to their broad line-up of LCD projectors. Key features of the value-priced projector include a short focal length lens, full WXGA resolution, networking capability, blackboard and color board...

Samsung to offer Galaxy S III with a new design

Believe it or not a large number of potential smartphone buyers did not like the design of the Samsung Galaxy S III when it was revealed a few weeks ago. This customer feedback has prompted Samsung to come up with a new design for its smartphone flagship. So here we get the same...

Leave a comment