Lenovo began to show off a new ThinkPad ultraportable laptop at the Computex trade show in Taiwan last week. Pocket Lint snapped some photos and got a few details.
The ThinkPad Edge E125 looks like sort of a ThinkPad X120e in a ThinkPad Edge 11‘s clothing. Like the ThinkPad X120e, the new model features an AMD Fusion processor, although it’s not yet clear if that means it will be powered by an AMD E-350 chip or a new AMD E-450 processor.
But like the case design looks a little more like the ThinkPad Edge line of laptops with a chromed edges around the lid. I also suspect the laptop has a glossy lid, but there’s no picture to confirm that detail at the moment.
The ThinkPad Edge E125 features an 11.6 inch display, an island-style keyboard, and Lenovo’s TrackPoint system which offers both a standard touchpad below the keyboard and a pointing stick in the middle of the keyboard. The laptop has three USB ports, HDMI and D-sub ports, Ethernet, and a headset jack as well as WiFi and Bluetooth.
There’s no word on the price or launch date for this model. I wouldn’t be shocked if this model is never released in the US. The ThinkPad Edge 11 never made it to North America.
Look at the X120e near it on the left side in picture, E125 looks considerably larger than standart 11.6″ laptop, keyboard on X120e barely fits the 11.6″ chassis while the one on E125 should be identical size-wise but still has much wider borders around keyboard on both sides!
Maybe Lenovo decided to go for 12.5″?
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