One of the world’s largest PC vendors, Lenovo, will hit the market with a range of laptops aimed for business customers in 2015.All the new entrants of the brand will be displayed to the public on CES floor this year. Lenovo ‘s ThinkPad X250 have inherited the design traits of its predecessor ,ThinkPad X240.It is hoped that the disappointments caused by the older model, X240 will be blown away by the enhanced features of ThinkPad X250.
The paramount features of ThinkPad X250 are its compactness and long battery life. This enterprise ready machine houses Intel Broadwell 5th generation Core CPUs. An extended battery life is achieved with the help of excellent Power Bridge battery system which makes use of an internal battery along with the secondary battery which is removable. These batteries can run at up to 95.5 watts per hour. The product is handy since this 12.5 inch X series ThinkPad is just 20.3 millimeters thick and weighs less than three pounds(1.3 kilograms).Its full HD displays with a choice of 1366 x 768 resolution (HD TN and HD IPS) and 1920 x 1080p comes with optional touch screens, keyboard with backlight options and newest clickpad.
A full range of security and storage options such as 8GB of DDR3 DRAM , as well as either a hybrid 500GB/8GB+OPAL storage, 5400RPM 500GB/1TB, and 7200RPM 500GB + OPAL, SSD option up to 256GB OPAL2, are available with X250. Wireless connectivity options include 4G LTE and Wi-Fi. The other features are 720pixel webcam, dual-array microphones, Bluetooth 4.0/Wi-Fi card, a combo audio jack, optional Smartcard and Finger Print Reader, a 4-in-1 card reader, mini Display Port, RJ45 and Video Graphics Array connector. The brand’s all new ThinkPads have the well accepted Track Point buttons and pointing stick on them.
Lenovo’s ThinkPad X250 will be available in the stores only from Feb 2015. It will be a good choice for those who are looking for durable and portable laptops. But the buyers may doubt whether it is worth the starting price $1,149 USD (about £672, AU$1223) due to the lack of connections and slow processing speeds.