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Lenovo ThinkPad X121e offers advanced video conferencing tools and robust performance


The Lenovo ThinkPad X121e was announced in July, and today, the company has announced that the stylish full-feature ultraportable for mobile professionals will be available in Singapore on 27 September. The ThinkPad X121e features easy-to-use voice and video tools, spill-resistant keyboard and optional fingerprint reader for secure log in.

Lenovo Singapore has announced the ThinkPad X121e ultraportable laptop designed for mobile professionals. It claims to offers business-class performance with choices of the latest Intel and AMD processors, easy-to-use, sophisticated voice and video tools, and looks stylish with soft matte finish in heatwave red or midnight black as well as anti-glare displays.

Measuring less than an inch thin and weighing 1.36 kg, the 11.1-inch ThinkPad X121e has spill-resistant, island-style keyboard for long hours of comfortable typing. It also comes with various security features such as self-encrypting USB and solid state drives, hardware password manager, rescue and recovery, and optional fingerprint reader for more secure log-in.

The Lenovo ThinkPad X121e offers a wide range of connectivity options including USB, mobile broadband, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and Gigabit Ethernet. You can view your high definition content on the big screen via the HDMI output. In terms of battery life, the ultraportable notebook PC also boasts over nine hours on a single charge. It is also equipped with advanced tools including a low-light sensitive web camera, noise suppressing keyboard, microphone mute key and the ThinkVantage Communications Utility 2.0; users can make seamless conference calls even under low light.

The Lenovo ThinkPad X121e laptops will be available through business partners from 27 September 2011. Pricing details not available at press time.

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