Lenovo, the second biggest PC vendor has released ThinkPad Edge S430 notebook at the CES 2012 trade show. Measuring just 0.8 inches in thickness, it is just about as thin as U300 108026U ultrabook or the Asus Zenbook but packs the innards of a regular notebook.
Not all specs are known yet, but we do know that it has 14.1 inch display, Nvidia Optimus graphics, USB 3.0 ports, 1TB hard disk and Dolby Home Theater v4. Options include antiglare display, solid state drive.
Lenovo is also be offering an AMD Fusion variant of the S430, which it is calling Lenovo E435. These will probably pack the AMD A6 and A8 APUs (accelerated processing unit) with powerful integrated ATi Radeon HD GPUs.
The S430 from Lenovo is also the world’s first Windows notebook with a Thunderbolt port, something that has been exclusive to Mac computers like MacBooks and iMacs.
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The Thunderbolt port, as seen in Macbook computers, will allow you to enjoy very high speed storage mediums and display output, all in one cable.