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Lenovo Tackles Business Without the ThinkPad
« on: December 04, 2017, 06:58:29 pm »
I believe it was Jason Schneider who predicted that once Lenovo got established as a quality business notebook maker - by continuing to use the ThinkPad branding - they'd eventually drop it in favor of machines that are strictly all their own. The time has some and the V730 has leaked and it shows that Lenovo is trying to make a solid metal machine with a 13-inch display that is geared toward the business user. ThinkPad doesn't make an appearance here though, so my educated guess is that it is garbage.

   Inside the V730 is the latest Intel technologySo, the new SoCs of the "Kaby Lake-R" series are used, with the Intel Core i7-8550U representing the highest of emotions, with its four cores a base clock of 1.8 GHz at a maximum turbo frequency of 4.0 GHz achieved. The DDR4 memory can be expanded to up to 16 gigabytes, while the built-in PCIe SSDs offer up to 512 GB. Source: WinFuture

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