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Lenovo ThinkPad Twist video demo

12 Oct 2012

Lenovo unveiled its new convertible Twist business laptop running Windows 8 on Wednesday and V3 went to an event in London to see the device in action.

Targeting the business audience, the ThinkPad Twist can be used as a full performance ultrabook. The top can also be twisted to convert it into a tablet.

Running Windows 8 Pro, the Thinkpad Twist has an Intel Core I7 processor with a 12.5in IPS display, optional 3G connectivity, and up to 500GB HDD or 128GB SSD storage.

Lenovo said the Thinkpad Twist will be available from business partners from mid-November with pricing from £809 to £979.

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