Here we go with a latest ThinkPad in the market, and this is from Lenovo’s family known as ThinkPad X130e that is striking the market by targeting the middle-range for students across the world. Lenovo is exclusively targeting the X130e for students in grades K-12, despite the fact that we are not sure what a Kindergartener is going to do with a laptop.
According to the official reports, the latest Lenovo ThinkPad X130e is armed with a new AMD or Intel processors with included graphics, and features an 11.6-inch HD LED display with 1366 x 768 pixel resolutions, and the Company boost that the entire thing is cosseted by a set of hardcore features that will maintain the unit out of physical harm’s method.
On the top cover of the ThinkPad X130e laptop there is a rubber bumper, a 33 percent increased strength set of corners over earlier models, incase the laptop is dropped on its side, and the strongest turning point the Company has on a laptop up till now with up to 30,000 cycles. Furthermore there is an as well reinforced and recessed port for USB and power action, which will decrease the amount of wear and tear and the bezel around the display, is 1.2mm thick. ThinkPad X130e laptop is packed under less than four pounds.
ThinkPad X130e laptop is armed with a powerful battery that last up to 8.5 hours, and will be running Windows 7 Professional, with 1-year warrantee. ThinkPad X130e laptop strikes the market in two different models, the first being the entry level model at a price tag of $429.00 and the second model with more high performance features an features an Intel Core i3-2367M processor hits the market at a price tag of $549.00.