The X301 will be available with either a 64GB or 128GB SSD from Intel, support up to 4GB of DDR3 RAM memory, and include an additional DisplayPort alongside the existing VGA connection. Besides this upgrades the X301 should be very similar to its predecessor. Connectivity options include 802.11n Wi-Fi, WWAN, Bluetooth, and GPS, with WiMAX supporting models coming later in the year.
As you might expect, the X301 will cost you a pretty penny when it hits the market on August 26 through Lenovo’s business partners, with a starting price of around $2,599.
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