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Friday, 15 February 2008 10:33

Lenovo releases Apple Air killer

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Not difficult being thin


Lenovo
has released a rival to the super skinny MacBook Air.

The ThinkPad X300 has a 13-inch-wide screen display, a full keyboard and a solid state drive. Unlike the Apple, which comes with a limited number of features and ports, Lenovo’s offering is packed with them.

There is a built-in DVD drive, removable battery, three USB ports, and a wired Ethernet networking jack. Inside, in addition to Wi-Fi, it can be ordered with a built-in cellphone modem and even GPS.

It is not as pretty as the Apple and it is a bit heaver and more than $1,000 more expensive.

More here.


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