Lenovo’s latest and greatest ultraportable business notebook, the 12.5-inch Lenovo Thinkpad X230 Laptop promises to strike the perfect balance between serious performance and mobility. Lenovo Thinkpad X230 Laptop on Rental and Sale in Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, Mumbai, Coimbatore and Kochi.

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Lenovo probably pre-announced more notebooks at the Consumer Electronics Show in January than any other manufacturer, but the latest update to the X-series of ThinkPad business notebooks rises above the competition. The all-new ThinkPad X230 promises to be the ultimate 12-inch business laptop but in an age when the business market is being flooded with aluminum-clad MacBook look-alikes is there room for a traditional business ultraportable? ThinkPads have long been regarded as some of the best business laptops thanks to a trusted combination of cutting-edge performance, solid build quality, excellent keyboards, precision TrackPoints (that red dot in the middle of the keyboard) and fantastic warranty support.


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ThinkPad X230 into a lineup with the last few generations of ThinkPad, and with the exception of the keyboard, you’d be hard pressed to tell the difference. Lenovo’s wares aren’t going to win many style competitions, but the matte black plastic shell, rigid body and demure ThinkPad badges offer a refined, functional aesthetic.

The chassis is rock solid, offering little to no flex or bend. Most importantly, it feels good: the corners are boxy, but the palmrest slopes to give your hands a comfortable place to perch. There’s no latch on the lid; its edge is molded to fit snugly with the lower tray, and lifts smoothly when you need it.


Intel Core i5-3320M


4 GB




Intel HD Graphics 4000


Lenovo Thinkpad X230 Laptop

Design and Ports

This is a ThinkPad, folks. If that matte black soft touch finish makes your heart go pitter-pat, you’ll like the X230 just as much as you liked the X220 and X201. It’s low key, understated and strong. The magnesium alloy roll cage insures rigidity: the display panel has virtually no flex and the case is deadly strong. The keyboard deck has virtually no flex and the antenna cap area on the top edge of the display is well affixed.

The notebook isn’t terribly thin at 1.05 inches. That extra real estate allows for plenty of cooling, a full mobile CPU rather than a ULV CPU and a good selection of ports (though no Thunderbolt or eSATA). The ThinkPad X2xx series used to be among the thinnest, but now Ultrabooks have made it look a little chubby.

The notebook has two USB 3.0 ports on the left and one USB 2.0 sleep and charge port on the right. Both VGA and a mini DisplayPort are on the left and Gigabit Ethernet and an SD card slot are on the right. There’s an ExpressCard/54 slot (how many of you use this?) and a wireless on/off slider as well as a keyboard Fn key for wireless control.

The fan intake is on the left side near the back and there are several vents on the bottom. The laptop doesn’t get very hot, even when playing videos. Games warm it up a bit, but on average the warmest spot on the bottom measured only 96F with moderate use and 88F elsewhere on the bottom. Thanks to the casing material used, it actually feels cooler than you’d expect from those numbers.

The hard drive is easily accessible under a cover on the right side and the two RAM slots live under a door on the bottom. You can remove the keyboard to access most everything else. The usual UltraBase dock connector lives on the bottom and the machine works with Lenovo’s optional 6 cell slice battery. The UltraBase has a DisplayPort and VGA and port, four USB ports and Gigabit Ethernet. The ThinkPad Series 3 USB 3.0 is another docking option that has 5 USB 3.0 ports, a DisplayPort, gigabit Ethernet.

Lenovo ThinkPad X230 Gaming Video

Yes, this notebook can handle some reasonably demanding 3D gaming. We test it at 1366 x 768 resolution playing Skyrim, Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 and Mass Effect 3. These are demanding games and we stuck with low effect settings to maintain 30 to 50 fps depending on the game and scene. On average, we saw low to mid-30’s in games. Very nice!

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