Manufacturers of mobile computers are constantly striving to meet the evolving needs of users. And their needs are as follows: everyone wants the computer to be as small as possible, to work as quickly as possible, to have stylish design, and to be near all the time. That is why the laptops appeared. But technology does not stand still, and today we are offered a new type of notebooks that became known as ultrabooks.
Ultrabooks are designed to combine stylish and slim body with the possibilities of notebooks. The thickness of the ultrabook’s case should not exceed 20mm, and it should weigh no more than 1.4 kg. Of course, they have several drawbacks that are common for notebooks: you will not be able to install games or upload videos. However, the beauty and mobility require sacrifice. Lenovo has officially announced the launch of a new ultrabook ThinkPad T430u – the most productive so far.
Lenovo ThinkPad T430U Ultrabook[/caption] Before the beginning of the CES 2012 exhibition, Lenovo announced a new ultrabook – T430u, which compares favorably with its predecessors. However it does not quite meet the requirements for the external parameters and is somewhat clunky because of its weight which is 1.8 kg.
The ThinkPad T430u package includes a 14-inch display with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. Use of a discrete graphics NVIDIA adapter is noteworthy. That is the feature that favorably distinguishes Lenovo T430u from previously released models, which worked on the built-in video processors from Intel. Unfortunately, the used model is not stated. What else is worthy of special attention is 1 TB drive. There are also two USB ports, HDMI output, Ethernet adapter and a card reader. The battery life is up to 6 hours. According to the manufacturer, their new product will be adapted for use of Windows 8.
Release of the new product is scheduled for the third quarter of 2012. This delay can be explained by the desire to equip the ultrabook with the latest Intel Core processor based on Ivy Bridge architecture. Approximate price for new ultrabooks is also pleasantly surprising. It is 850 US dollars.