The New Lenovo ThinkPad X301 Notebook

21 August 2008 By Madhur

 

Lenovo X301

Lenovo might just give Macbook Air a run for its money with its new Thinkpad X301 notebook. The new X301 notebook is an upgrade of X300 and it is very ultra-thin and ultra-portable. It is just 1 inch thick and Lenovo claims that it provides 20% better performance than its predecessor.

 

Lenovo X301 thin

It comes with next generation Core 2 Duo Ultra low voltage (ULV) Intel CPU’s that include either 1.2 GHz U9300 or 1.4 GHz U9400 processor. The X301 features a 13.3-inch LED backlit display, a one-inch thick frame and the fast Intel Core 2 Duo processors with 6MB L2 cache and 1066Mhz front side bus. It can support up to 2GB of DDR3 RAM memory and comes in two sizes of solid state drives (SSD), 64GB or 128GB. The previous model, X 300 only supported a maximum storage capacity of 64GB. The ThinkPad X301 includes an additional DisplayPort alongside the existing VGA connection and supports digital output resolutions of 2560×1600 on two external monitors. Being designed for maximum options for wireless connectivity, the ThinkPad X301 notebook offers models with high-speed mobile broadband and WiFi to connect wirelessly to the Internet, and also with Bluetooth and Ultra-Wideband technology to connect wirelessly to other devices.

The X301 notebooks that support Wimax will be made available later this year. The new Lenovo Thinkpad X301 is priced at $2599 and will available from August 26.

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