Lenovo ThinkPad T430u Ultrabook Announced for $849

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5 Jan, 2012 1:24 pm

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CES is just a few days away and Lenovo has released details on what is shaping up to be their Flagship Ultrabook. The Lenovo T430u is the first Ultrabook to pack an optional NVIDIA graphics giving it a dedicated GPU. It comes with a 14″ (1366 x 768) display, up to 1TB of hard drive storage and 6 hours of battery life.  It’s going to have a starting price of $849 and could be a tempting deal for businesses looking to outfit their employees with something portable, well-performing and inexpensive.Lenovo’s not giving up too many details on the internal specs at the moment since it won’t be available until the third quarter of this year. Lenovo’s most likely holding out for Intel’s next generation Core processors aka Ivy Bridge, meaning that the T430u will innately be much faster than any of the ultrabooks on the market now.

We don’t know much about the $849 starting configuration, but Lenovo is saying the T430u is Windows 8 ready.

Via TheVerge


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