Lenovo Announces The ThinkPad T430u Ultrabook At CESWritten by John Thompson on January 6, 2012 · Filed under Tech
Hot on the heels of Lenovo’s new ThinkPad X1 is another new ThinkPad announcement that it seems everyone is getting in on at this year’s CES: a ThinkPad ultra book.
It seems as though every manufacturer on the show floor is carrying an ultrabook this year, and Lenovo is no exception. The company’s latest announcement, the ThinkPad T430u, starts at $849 and packs a punch with an impressive array of specifications.
The 14-inch laptop can be configured with choices of the latest Intel Core processors and Intel integrated or NVIDIA graphics, as well as a choice between SSD technology or a HDD up to 1TB in size.
The machine promises 6 hours of battery life according to Lenovo, but until we see it in the wild we won’t really know how well it copes and how much that figure varies depending on whether you choose the SSD and integrated graphics option, rather than a HDD and NVIDIA graphics option.
The T430u will be available on the market from Q3 2012, so you have a little while to wait before you can get your hands on one yourself.
Source: Lenovo Newsroom