Have a juicy secret you don't want the world to know? Better keep it from Lenovo, which can't stop leaking information to the Web, especially when that info pertains to its W-series mobile workstations. Case in point: Lenovo isn't expected to unveil its upcoming W701 and W701ds notebooks until this Thursday, but we already have a bunch of specs to share thanks to a handful of slides again leaked to the Web .
Both machines are listed as using Intel Extreme CPUs, while the displays have been upgraded to 100 percent of the NTSC color gamut since we last got a sneak peek. They both also offer up to 16GB of DDR3 memory, Nvidia Quadro FX graphics, 5 USB ports (one of which will be USB 3.0), an eSATA/USB 2.0 combo port, HDD (up to 500GB) and SSD (up to 256GB) options with RAID 0,1 support, a 9-cell battery, and other odds and ends.
The W701ds, as we already knew, comes with a second screen, along with a Wacom Digitizer. What we don't know is how much it (or the W701) will cost.
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