Carbon X1, or wait for T440s?

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  1. vinuneuro

    vinuneuro Notebook Virtuoso

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    X1 Carbon Haswell is supposed to be launcher at the end of October. For sale probably in November.
     
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    Definitely too late for me, in the US until the end of October, and would like the new machine a couple of weeks before that in case any issues arise that can be sorted out quickly.
     
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    You're set for the current X1 Carbon then if the battery life is good enough. There's also the T430s and T431s.
     
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    Seems like it. Damn, would have been great to get the extra battery life especially!

    Any confirmation on the weight for the T440s? I've seen a lot of discussion, not sure if anyone confirmed weight anywhere.
     
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    3.5lbs, non-touchscreen, standard battery. It'll only be available end of October though. So first orders will probably be delivered in November.
     
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    Damn, weight would be fine, and not so concerned about touchscreen to be honest.

    Would you expect starting price that I've heard (around $1,200) to include basic 4gb RAM and 128 SSD, or a little more? (all a guess I know...)
     
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    $1150, but there's always at least 15% coupon. 4gb, 320 or 500gb HDD.
     
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    No SSD?? Or is that 500gb SSD?
     
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    SSD is an expensive upgrade doing it with Lenovo. Get it yourself.
     
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