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Lenovo to Prepare a Budget-Friendly ThinkPad X200s Using CULV


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Lenovo is planning to drop the current price of its ThinkPad X200s business laptops to about €1000 ($1,328) from €1300 ($1,725) with applying the Intel’s upcoming CULV processors (Consumer Ultra Low Voltage) in this laptop line up.

ThinkPad X200s laptops are more portable version of ThinkPad X200 laptops and the successor of ThinkPad X61s laptops that offer longer battery life, lower starting weight and less powerful CPUs and weaker performance, and higher resolution LED backlit displays, plus the same storage options as the X200 and no integrated DVD drive, and the super-strong carbon and glass fiber top cover providing ultimate durability.

X200s laptop series starts from $1,269.00 in USA (after big slash of $421 to be more adjust with current recession) and is powered by pricey Intel’s SL Core 2 Due processors.

Additionally Fudzilla is reporting about a budget-friendly X200s laptop that Lenovo is planning to release:

However, Lenovo is apparently planning a recession friendly version powered by Intel's Celeron M723 CPU, with 2GB of memory and a 160GB hard drive.

I am happy that Lenovo is arranging more options for its consumers. ThinkPad laptops have a good reputation in the business section in the market.

I think it is worthy to know that in the market 12.1” ultra portable laptops such as Dell Latitude E4200, HP EliteBook 2530p, Fujitsu P8020 laptop, and Toshiba Portege R500/ Portege R600 laptops are the equivalent rivals of Lenovo’s ThinkPad X200s laptop.

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