Lenovo has unveiled the United States its new line of ThinkPad notebooks feature the Intel platform Huron River. ThinkPad 2011 therefore embark Intel Sandy Bridge, mainly i5 and i7. The graphics will be updated with the latest Nvidia graphics cards (with Optimus) and ATI.

For the rest, Lenovo took over the ingredients that made the reputation of its ThinkPad: a simple design, robust design and a strong focus on data security.

Various configurations will be proposed to meet the needs of most users. This will make it possible to opt for a SSD, a slab or a matte high-capacity battery.

Lenovo will introduce its new products in early March. Then we return in detail on the detailed configurations of the ThinkPad 2011 which will be marketed in France.