The x240 is here

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Interesting:
Window 7 PRO +$50
No SSD provision. Really. Size and weight are important, but the option to run an SSD and a HDD should be built in.
MEMORY 1333 instead of 1600?

Under 3 lbs.
Does 6 hours with 3 cell battery, mean one or two? Since it is two battery capable?
45 WATT charger.
 

Andyk5

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Too expensive, I would need at least the highest i7 it comes with and even then it is not going to be as snappy as I would like it for its price. 8 gigs of Ram... meh, no discrete video card... ok no problem, 256 SSD, I maybe able to live with it total price $1800..... really? 2 days after Apple releases a HAswell, retina screen, QUAD core MBPr for 1999, I am going to buy a 12.5 inch Lenovo with basically half the CPU, Storage and resolution..... I doubt it.
 

MGDMN

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That is suppose to be an ultrabook?
 

ComputerBox34

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Interesting:
Window 7 PRO +$50
No SSD provision. Really. Size and weight are important, but the option to run an SSD and a HDD should be built in.
MEMORY 1333 instead of 1600?

Under 3 lbs.
Does 6 hours with 3 cell battery, mean one or two? Since it is two battery capable?
45 WATT charger.

It has TWO batteries.

The first 3 cell is built into the laptop. The second 3 cell is hot swappable. You can even get a 6 cell giving your self 9 cells and about 12 hours of life total.

Too expensive, I would need at least the highest i7 it comes with and even then it is not going to be as snappy as I would like it for its price. 8 gigs of Ram... meh, no discrete video card... ok no problem, 256 SSD, I maybe able to live with it total price $1800..... really? 2 days after Apple releases a HAswell, retina screen, QUAD core MBPr for 1999, I am going to buy a 12.5 inch Lenovo with basically half the CPU, Storage and resolution..... I doubt it.

Lenovo doesn't consider Apple a threat....mainly because of their enterprise customers

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That is suppose to be an ultrabook?[/QUOTE]

I think this is the new standard for their power connectors.
 

Andyk5

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It has TWO batteries.

Lenovo doesn't consider Apple a threat....mainly because of their enterprise customers
I was just talking about my self, not the Enterprise customers.

Still they are on their way to losing alot of their Enterprise customers. This is what happens when the Chinese government owns a part of the company, who wants to get their hands on all business and technical plans of other governments and companies. JPL/NASA, DOD dropped them, I think Lockheed and Raytheon already have or on their way.
 
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