A new Lenovo laptop seems to have been accidently revealed by the company after a PDF has emerged showing the devices impressive looking specs, and called the ThinkPad X220.
Vlad Savov over at Engadget is reporting that the laptop is capable of up to a massive 23 hours of battery life. This new model comes with a new buttonless touchpad, and the 12.5-inch screen has a nice 1366×768 resolution IPS display. The unit is powered by a 2.7GHz Core i7-2620M processor, and has an 8GB DDR3 of RAM.
There is the choice of Intel SSD in either 160GB of 320GB. With the laptop you get a standard 9-cell battery which promises up to 15 hours of use, but an additional external battery pack pushes this up to the impressive 23 hours. Additionally there is an Express Card slot, three USB 2.0 ports, WLAN, WWAN, 720p HD camera, and dual digital mics. There is also the option of a USB 3.0 port onboard.
The ThinkPad X220 is finished in the company’s usual matt black, and weighs less then 3lbs measuring 206.5mm x 19-34.6mm. At present there is no mention of pricing or when the unit will be available; this will surely be made available shortly. You can see the PDF here for yourself.
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