Lenovo intros ThinkPad X130e laptop

Lenovo has added a new member to the business-oriented ThinkPad family, this time coming with an 11.6-inch display but targeting… students instead.

The novelty can be purchased directly from Lenovo’s web site while shipping is expected to start during the second week of February.

There are two models of the ThinkPad X130e however – one with an AMD processor while the other comes with an Intel one. The AMD model offers a choice between AMD E-300 and AMD E-450 processors with Radeon graphics, while the Intel model has a Core i3-2367M ULV processor and Intel GMA HD 3000 graphics.

Lenovo Thinkpad X130e

In regards to other specs both models arrive with 11.6 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel displays, 4GB of RAM, a 250 GB hard drive, and 802.11b/g/n WiFi as well as a semi-rugged case with a rubber bumper on the top and ports that have been reinforced and recessed for protection.

The AMD offering comes with a starting price of 429 USD, while the Intel model starts at 549 USD.


Source: Liliputing

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