Lenovo announced new ThinkPad-branded Windows 7 PCs:
ThinkPad X201 features an extremely thin and light design, but doesn’t sacrifice in performance. X201 comes with a normal volt Intel Core Processor (some models to ship with Intel Core i7-620M at 2.66GHz with Turbo Boost) instead of a low volt processor but is able to offer long battery life at around 11 hours with a 9-cell battery. ThinkPad X201s is what Lenovo is calling a “featherweight fighter” weighing in less than 2.5 pounds. ThinkPad X201 will cost $1,199, and ThinkPad X201s will cost $1,599.
ThinkPad X201Tablet is designed for business computing, features a 12.1 inch capacitive multitouch screen and comes with Lenovo’s SimpleTap application. You can see a demo of SimpleTap below. X201 Tablet can be used with a pen or just your finger, and comes with Intel Core Processors, security tools such as a fingerprint reader (Windows Biometric Framework awesomeness!) and WiMAX, 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth and Gigabit Ethernet connectivity. ThinkPad X201 Tablet will cost $1,549.
Also introducing 2 new ThinkPad W Series models: ThinkPad W701 and ThinkPad W701ds. These 2 new W Series ThinkPads come with Intel Core i7 Processors and NVIDIA Quadro FX 2800 and 3800 Series GPUs. These 17 inch PCs are perfect for design professionals and digital content creators as they feature optional built-in color calibrator to make sure most accurate colors are displayed. These PCs can also be configured with an optional built-in WACOM digitizer and pen as well. ThinkPad W701 costs $2,199 and W701ds costs $3,799.
More info: Lenovo