CES is just around the corner, and that means lots of new product announcements and sneak peeks at upcoming projects. The excitment can be too much to contain, and in some cases, that means catching a glimpse at what's in store even before the annual convention kicks off, whether intentional or not. Take Lenovo, for instance, whose " New product showcase " page reveals half a dozen new laptops scheduled to go on sale starting January 5th-7th.
Kicking off the new lineup is theThinkPad Edge, a sleek 13.3-inch ultraportable with a spill-resistant keyboard, dual-core processor, up to 7.8 hours of battery life, three USB ports, and "clean lines with color and finish options." This one will go on sale January 5th.
So too will the ThinkPad X100e ultraportable, which sports an 11.6-inch HD display and weighs less than 3 pounds. It will come equipped with an AMD processor and boast corporate OS support and "robust warranty options."
Other upcoming models, each of which is slated to go on sale January 7th, include the ThinkPad T410s (14.1-inch, up to Intel Core i5 processor), ThinkPad T410 and T510 (up to Intel Core i7), ThinkPad W510 (up to Intel Core i5), and ThinkCentre A70z desktop (19-inch display).
No word yet on pricing.
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