Lenovo ThinkPad X130e to Reach You on December 20

December 13, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Lenovo, the world’s second in PC shipments, is ready with their next notebook in the ThinkPad line up. The Chinese company has unveiled ThinkPad X130e, specially designed for the students in grade K-12 and their schools.

The educational-oriented ThinkPad X130e is available in two processor chip options: Intel and AMD ones. The laptop successor of ThinkPad X120e offers fast, integrated graphics, wireless connectivity and multimedia tools for the students.

The student-friendly notebook, sporting a reinforced and extra durable top cover, keyboard and hinges comes in various colors. It promises performance, reliability and customizable options like asset tags, BIOS modifications and custom imaging.

Moving on to the features, the X130e is an ultra-portable, lightweight laptop with 11.6-inch widescreen display. You can opt from AMD Fusion E-300, E-450 and Intel second generation Core i3-2367M ULV processors, and the corresponding multimedia chipset and graphics packs.

The laptop is integrated with 2GB RAM (expandable up to 8GB), maximum 500 GB hard disk and low-light webcam. It supports Wi-Fi connectivity, Bluetooth 3.0, HDMI and VGA out, three USB 2.0 ports, Ethernet, a combined headphone/mic port and a 4-in-1 memory card reader.

A six-cell battery with 8.5 hours back up drives the 1.29-inch slim notebook that weighs just 3.9 pounds. Lenovo’s RapidBoot Technology helps the laptop to boot up in just 20 seconds time.

A 33 percent stronger corner, hard hinges, reinforced and recessed ports and 1.2mm thick plastic bezel around the LED panel are the improved features that are specially made for the durability of the laptop. The ThinkPad X130e is slated to reach the stores on December 20 and will be coming with an entry price of $469.

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