Lenovo has unveiled the latest addition to its ThinkPad line, promising a full notebook experience in an ultra-slim chassis.
The T400s measures 0.83in at its thinnest point and weighs just under 1.8Kgs, making it significantly lighter than its 2.2Kg predecessor the T400.
"We have created products like our ThinkPad T400s laptop to bring thin and light computing to mainstream corporate users," said Peter Hortensius, senior vice president of ThinkPad at Lenovo.
The T400s is 50 per cent heavier than Lenovo's S10e netbook, but boasts a 14.1in screen, a six-cell battery promising up to six hours of life, and a carbon fibre chassis.
As well as all the usual notebook features, customers will have a choice of Intel Core2 Duo processors and graphics options, as well as a selection of 128GB or 250GB solid state storage and a DVD burner or Blu-ray player.
The T400s has an Express Card slot or 5-in-1 multimedia card reader, and optional support for WiMax, 3G data, Bluetooth or Ultra Wide Band.
Lenovo claimed that the keyboard and touchpad have been improved to make life easier for users, and several features have been added to make VoIP calling easier, including better speakers, a 2-megapixel webcam, dual digital microphones and dedicated speaker and mute buttons with LED indicators.
The T400s is available now starting at around £1,760 excluding VAT.
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