Lenovo should have struck a chord with schools seeking some rough-and-tumble ThinkPads, as it’s bringing out the ThinkPad X131e even while educators are still drafting their course plans for the fall semester. The new style keeps that better-than-military ruggedness in an 11.6-inch laptop computer while freshening the options of AMD E-series chips or their Intel-made Celeron and Core i3 challengers. Dolby Advanced Sound even offers the speakers improve when it’s not a matter of all work and no play. Educators, in turn, get the standard possibilities for extensive support or individualizing the laptop computers with a little school pride. There’s a premium to pay for placing classrooms on the cutting edge, nonetheless: at $ 499, the brand-new systems are $ 70 more pricey than the launch rate of the X130e portables they change, which leaves fairly a bit less money for notebooks of the paper selection.
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