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

Discussion in 'Lenovo' started by ibmthink, Aug 29, 2013.

  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.


    Edit:

    And T540p!
    View attachment 101245
     
  2. Jobine

    Jobine Notebook Prophet

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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.
     
  3. pipspeak

    pipspeak Notebook Deity

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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 :)
     
  4. Jobine

    Jobine Notebook Prophet

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    I think the T440p will be the W540. It used to be like that.
     
  5. Indrek

    Indrek Notebook Virtuoso

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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]
     
  6. Jobine

    Jobine Notebook Prophet

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    @indrek

    Dun Dun Duuuuuuuuun
     
  7. jalag

    jalag Notebook Enthusiast

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    Nahh, the HP still has buttons for their pointing stick. :mad:
     
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  8. w_km

    w_km Notebook Consultant

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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!
     
  9. Jobine

    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
     
  10. pipspeak

    pipspeak Notebook Deity

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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.
     
  11. ibmthink

    ibmthink ThinkPad Deity

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    Lets add another new model:

    The T540p!
    T540p.png
     
  12. MaX PL

    MaX PL Notebook Deity

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    i'm not feeling the look of these laptops, but as long as i can get an IPS screen, wireless AC, and possibly thunderbolt in one of them, i'll still take a thinkpad over anything else.

    do you guys think there will be a X1 Carbon replacement during this launch too?
     
  13. Kaso

    Kaso Notebook Virtuoso

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    Numpad?! Off-center keyboard/trackpoint/trackpad!!!

    One reason I've been prefering T/W5x0 (over their HP and Dell counterparts) is the absence of numpad.
     
  14. Aikimox

    Aikimox Weihenstephaner!

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    Keep on dreaming. Only W540 might get some of those but no K3xxx GPU. 95% gamut is also available in 15" only. Also, high end Haswell quads run too hot, so if anyone is thinking they might be able to benefit from these cpu's - think again. Even the best cooled gaming laptops like Clevo's and AW's tend to overheat with those components.
     
  15. Jobine

    Jobine Notebook Prophet

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    Well, i see the K3000M being a possibility, especially considering the W530's already ginormous 180W power supply. It is the workstation equivalent of the GTX 770M, with a 75W TDP. I'm not guaranteeing it, but i'm saying it could happen. Either that, or Lenovo is waiting for Nvidia to release the K series successor to the Quadros.

    As for the i7's, we never know, after all the Current W530 supports up to the Extreme Ivy bridges, so Haswells might be possible. I do think however that the 4702 will be CPU of choice due to it's lower power consumption and the fact that it is already included in a Similar laptop by Lenovo (Y510p).

    But my predictions are predictions, doesn't mean they will happen. We will see what Lenovo/IBM has in store when those computers come out.
     
  16. Kaso

    Kaso Notebook Virtuoso

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    Is IBM still hand-holding Lenovo? :D
     
  17. Jobine

    Jobine Notebook Prophet

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    With their recent design changes, things point towards "no" :p
     
  18. Bluebird20

    Bluebird20 Notebook Consultant

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    Yes, after using a centered keyboard, it is a bit awkward using an non-centered one. I don't like these new 15" Thinkpads with off-centered keyboards. Also, the new look is more rugged than the old - not necessarily a good or a bad thing.

    It seems like the changes are substantial - mainly externally and some internally. Of course, these are the new Thinkpads so we don't have any options - other than to go to the competition.
     
  19. Jobine

    Jobine Notebook Prophet

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    ^ Reason i don't buy 15 inchers anymore. And 1080p is not enough to make me switch back.

    Y410P>Y510P
    T440 > T540
     
  20. trojanec

    trojanec Notebook Enthusiast

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    wow great pics, where do you find these haha :p

    t540 sure is a big laptop. i was hoping it could be thinner, is there going to be a t540s model?

    i think t440 will be able to manage all my needs. here to hoping it can stay under 1.7k for quad core, FHD touch, K2000, 256 SSD, otherwise i'll just get the M3800
     

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