Going For Ultrabooks
ThinkPads are extremely popular laptops in businesses and schools and these gadgets are known for their reliability and performance. The Ultrabook concept focuses on several vital specifications including lightweight, fast start up times, sleek design and extended battery life at the same time not compromises on the display, keyboard size and the performance of the system.
The dual-booting X1 Hybrid is not actually an Ultrabook but is the thinnest ThinkPad ever. When you are logged on to Windows 7, you can switch to the low power Linux- based media environment for music, video and web applications while the Windows platform is on stand-by.
The 14-inch T430u is priced at $849. It has Intel Core-i processor with up to 16GB RAM with an integrated graphics card which is extendable. It has a fingerprint reader and comes with VPro, Intel’s hardware based management and security system.
The X1 Hybrid comes at $1599 with Intel Core-i7 processor, 8GB RAM, 160 GB solid-state drive, and runs on 64-bit Window 7. It has a fingerprint reader with integrated 3G and up to 10h battery life.