I am Scott Stein and ThinkPad fans you're in luck because, it looks like one of the mainstays of the line, the G430 is being updated to the G431S.
What that means, is you [unk] ThinkPad Carbon X1 is very thin, very sleek carbon fiber laptop.
Well, that's moved into [unk] ideas into this laptop.
Its thinner, has a new design, carbon fiber back, and [unk] underneath in a larger more complete touch
pad than the previous version of the ThinkPad.
No more weird buttons on the top to bottom.
This thing is all glass and has multiple [unk], a very comfortable experience.
The keyboard is new.
It feels a lot more modern and it's sort of completing of the updating of the ThinkPad line away from those, maybe all the features ThinkPad evolve in terms of [unk] and Word necessarily needed basic features that are a lot more sleek.
The design that's much cleaner and very lightweight feeling laptop
considering its functions.
Look for this at the end of April for prices pretty reasonable, 949 starting.
Scott Stein, and that's [unk].
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