T440p / T440 / X240 / L440 / L540 Pictures leaked!

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  1. ibmthink

    ibmthink ThinkPad Deity

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    I think its time to start a new thread:

    Today pictures of most of the new "New Generation" ThinkPad were found (thanks to bloddy_nokia_adept!), the only ones really missing are T540 and W540. Here are the pictures:

    L540:
    L540.01.png L540.png

    L440:
    L440.01.png L440.png

    X240:
    X240.01.png X240.1.png




    T440:
    T440.1.png T440.png

    And, last but not least...

    T440p
    T440p2.png T440p1.png


    Note that the L540 is the first Lenovo ThinkPad apart from the Edge-Series and the W7xx-Series with a built in numberpad! The chances are high that W540 and T540 also will get one.


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    And T540p!
    View attachment 101245
     
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    *sees clickpad on T440*

    *dies*

    Seriously, no hate but i'm not a fan of those minimalistic designs on thinkpads :( They should have left those to the Ideapad line.

    These laptops look like G400/Y400s with Thinkpad branding.

    Sandy bridge thinkpads, i will miss you.

    But i do like the new specs and improved battery life from Haswell, as well as the possible Iris Pro graphics.
     
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    I'd really like to know what's under the hood of the T440p that makes it so much thicker than the T440. Lots of good stuff I hope :)
     
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    Jobine Notebook Prophet

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    I think the T440p will be the W540. It used to be like that.
     
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    Is it just me, or are Lenovo now taking design cues from HP?

    T440 vs. ProBook 4420s:

    [​IMG] [​IMG]

    T440p vs. EliteBook 8460w:

    [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    Jobine Notebook Prophet

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    @indrek

    Dun Dun Duuuuuuuuun
     
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    Nahh, the HP still has buttons for their pointing stick. :mad:
     
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    Wow the T440p is straight up chunky; dual GPU? Ultra-fast PCI SSD? UHD display? AC wifi? I like...maybe. Can't wait for specs/unboxings/reviews to compare them...

    ...in the meantime, keep the leaks coming!
     
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    Jobine Notebook Prophet

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    I predict this:

    - Up to 32GB RAM DDR3L
    - I7 4700/4800/4900/4930, either MQ or HQ versions, MX for the 4930
    - Nvidia K1000M/K2000M, possibly K3000M
    - 900p/1080p screen, 95% gamut, maybe IPS
    - AC wifi optional
    - M.2 SSD optional

    PCI SSD = M.2, already present in both the u3/430 an Y4/510p
     
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    Ack... I wish Lenovo would incorporate the larger M.2 cards (80mm +) so there's the option of larger capacities, or at least have the space for double-sided 42mm cards if or when they appear. In addition I've read some rather worrying posts about some YXXXp machines having a different MoBo without an M.2 slot if the machine is not configured with Lenovo's cache drive.
     
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