Computex 2011 | Fusion powered ThinkPad Edge E125 pops up
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If the 15.6” G575 or the 11.6” X120e and S205 weren’t enough to satisfy your appetite for Lenovo Fusion goodness, then maybe another 11-incher will help out. Spotted by the folks at Pocket-lint, Lenovo’s new and yet unannounced ThinkPad Edge E125 was hanging out inconspicuously at the company’s booth. Sadly, the notebook was only handled for a few minutes before a press conference commenced and only a few specs were noted.
Of course, the E125 will indeed be powered by a Fusion processor; however, it is unclear whether it will be the current generation Fusion E-350 CPU or the upcoming E-450 model. Otherwise, the laptop comes with a standard 11.6” display along with an assortment of ports including HDMI, D-sub (VGA), 3 USB 2.0 ports, Ethernet and a memory card slot.
As of now, not much seems to be known about Lenovo’s newest Fusion notebook, but an official announcement should be forthcoming since the displayed notebook was a final production unit. In the meantime, make sure to check out the source link below for a variety of pictures of the latest Brazos notebook to hit the scene.