Chinese PC maker Lenovo has announced its next ultra-thin 14-inch laptop, an ultrabook if I may say, dubbed the T430u a week before the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2012 to be held at Las Vegas.
The new T430u will be on display at the CES next week and will be made available from the third quarter of this year in UK. The starting price of the device will be around £545, reported The Inquirer.
Lenovo said that the new ultrabook, "equips business users with the same thin and light designs found in consumer ultrabooks without sacrificing business-class performance, and it comes at a mainstream price starting at $849."
Just like the other ultrabooks this new T430u will also have light and slim design which is 20.3 mm thick and will weight 1.8 kg or less. Vice president of Thinkpad at Lenovo, Dilip Bhatia, said, "The T430u ultrabook represents the next generation in thin and light computing."
In terms of specifications, Lenovo is going to give options for the T430u in terms of processor, integrated or discrete NVidia graphics, SSD or 1 TB traditional HDD and a longer battery backup reports Slashgear.