An FCC filing has revealed that a new laptop from Lenovo will contain a 2GHz Intel chip believed to be the quad-core Core i7 920XM. The notebook will also ship with a Wacom Digitizer, which probably means it will be of the ThinkPad W series -- and fittingly, the new laptop's model is "W701". Other features include a 17" 1920x1200 Samsung display and a 320GB Fujitsu HDD. Assuming all of this correct, you can expect a hefty launch price, as the current ThinkPad W700 starts at $2,149.


In somewhat related news, yesterday details emerged from another FCC filing of an upcoming buttonless, Pine Trail-packing Lenovo netbook. The system reportedly features a 10.1" 1024x600 display, a 1.66GHz Pineview processor, 2GB of DDR2 RAM, a 250GB 5400RPM Seagate storage drive, a chiclet-style keyboard, and a touchpad sans buttons. The trackpad is speculated to be Synaptics' ClickPad, but nothing is official of course.