Lenovo unveils new line of ThinkPad laptops and ultrabooks
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Lenovo now ensures to have increased the battery life of its new laptops and ultrabooks by 10 hours. Compared to its previous models, the fix happened to have been a boost of a second processor and operating system which were to power the Instant Media Mode (IMM).
The Qualcomm dual core processor offers up to 16GB if memory space and also uses a custom Linux-based Operating System. The IMM enables its users to watch videos, view photos, listen to music and surf the net while it ensure to keep all the unused operating functions switched off, thereby preserving battery life in the process. Also, after the battery of the IMM has been drained, rapid charge may restore around 80% of the charge within half-an-hour.
Lenovo’s new hybrid laptop named- the Thinkpad X1 is declared to be an important enhancement. To make the user interface more like a smartphone, the IMM serves best - although just one click may lead the users back to the Windows mode.
The company has also taken into mind an Ultrabook for all the business people. Lenovo claims to have provided this Thinkpad t4300u, with the thin and light designs which are normally found in consumer ultrabooks without compromising with the business-class performance.
Dilip Bhatia, the vice-president of the ThinkPad business Unit at Lenovo represented their upcoming ThinkPad X1 Hybrid and T430u Ultrabook as the next generation computers for thin and light use.
Bhatia further went on to say that their laptops will eventually change the way people think about mobile computing technology, may it be a small business on the roads or corporate professionals working in managed environments.
Customers have been given the ability to choose their laptop processor from the latest Intel core processors followed by either Nvidia or Intel graphic cards.
The customers can also select the hard disk storage capacity for their laptops (extending up to 1TB).
The Thinkpad X1 Hybrid laptop will be available from March of 2012, playing around with the price tag of $1,599 and $849 for the ThinkPad T430u Ultrabook in September this year.