Lenovo’s 11-inch ThinkPad X120e is their slimmest, cutest ul
Meet the Lenovo ThinkPad X120e, the latest in Lenovo’s line of super slim and tiny ultraportables… and while it might not have the same cred as a fashion accessory like the new MacBook Airs, this is a button cute and powerful laptop indeed.
Weighing less than three pounds and measuring just 11-inches, the ThinkPad X120e packs an AMD Fusion E-Series APU that aims to give a 65 percent boost to graphics performance while keeping the battery running cool. This pretty little girl should get over six hours per charge. Other specs include WiFi, optional Bluetooth and mobile broadband connections, and in addition to the usual gamut of connections — including a card reader and a couple of USB ports — the X120e also comes with an HDMI port, so you can pump out high-def video to an external display or television.
This looks like a really good laptop for someone who wants the portability of a MacBook Air for less: the ThinkPad X120E starts at just $400. Press Release
Lenovo ThinkPad X120e Steps Up Ultraportable, Ultra-affordable Laptop Performance for Businesses
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC – January 3, 2011: Lenovo (HKSE: 992) (ADR: LNVGY) today announced its latest entry ultraportable, the ThinkPad X120e laptop, that raises the bar for affordable business-class performance. As the first commercial laptop to feature an AMD Fusion E-Series Accelerated Processing Unit (APU), the X120e blends real-world needs for faster applications and graphics processing with enhanced battery life and digital display features starting at less than $400.
“Multimedia elements like audio and video have become important parts of our world, and businesses are embracing this trend in digital content,” said Dilip Bhatia, vice president, ThinkPad Marketing and Product Operations, Lenovo. “We’ve optimized the ThinkPad X120e to not only give businesses an excellent experience creating and consuming multimedia content, but we’ve also made key improvements to an area that has plagued laptops: battery life.”
Professional Performance: The ultraportable X120e looks small, but it now packs an even more powerful punch for business productivity. Integrating an AMD Fusion E-Series APU gives users 65 percent faster graphics performance1, which speeds up Web searches, page loads and running business applications. At the same time, the X120e gives users longer battery life – up to 30 percent longer – for more than six hours2 and meets Energy Star 5.0 specifications. It also carries the EPEAT Gold rating for its environmental attributes. Additionally, the X120e comes with an HDMI port for projecting content on another monitor or a TV screen.
“Mobile users no longer have to trade battery life for great graphics performance,” said Chris Cloran, corporate vice president and general manager, Client Division AMP Products Group, AMD. “AMD Fusion APUs allow for thinner, cool-running devices that can last the day and do what’s demanded of today’s professional.”
Just-Right Fit: As compact as it is, the X120e is designed to fit just right for business users who need to balance portability and usability. An 11.6 inch screen and a full-size keyboard give users plenty of room to work comfortably, and the contemporary ThinkPad keyboard features a progressively clean look while retaining the same feel of the ThinkPad classic keyboard.
Incredibly Mobile: Starting under three pounds3, the X120e includes WiFi and optional Bluetooth and mobile broadband.
Lenovo offers a portfolio of service and support offerings to protect the X120e and to support IT departments. ThinkPad Protection covers repairs resulting from accidents, drops and spills, while ThinkPlus Priority Support provides 24×7 business-class technical support for IT administrators.
Pricing and Availability4
The ThinkPad X120e laptop will be available beginning in February through Lenovo business partners and . Models start under $400.
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1Compared to ThinkPad X100e with previous AMD processors. 2With 6-cell battery. 3With 3-cell battery. 4Prices do not include tax or shipping and are subject to change without notice and is tied to specific terms and conditions. Reseller prices may vary. Price does not include all advertised features. All offers subject to availability. Lenovo reserves the right to alter product offerings and specifications at any time without notice.