Lenovo Thinkpad x230


Lenovo Thinkpad x230

  • The lightweight ThinkPad x230 laptop combines the power of a desktop in a package that’s ideal for travel.
  • Powered by the latest Intel processors, this laptop is the ultimate productivity tool whether you’re in the office or working remotely.
  • The Lenovo ThinkPad x230 Ultrabook™ is a business-class laptop and comes in with an ultrathin design, long battery life, and hardware that’s tested to military specifications.

Hard Drive Size: 320GB

Processor: Core i5

RAM size: 4GB

O.S: Windows 10 pro

KSh28,999.00 KSh33,000.00


Lenovo Thinkpad x230

Thinkpad x230

Lenovo, breaking the mold by sticking to what it knows best: black boxes built for work.

The ThinkPad X230 is one of the latest ultraportables to join the Lenovo fold, sporting Intel’s recently announced dual-core Ivy Bridge processor, and (arguably more importantly) Lenovo’s new Precision keyboard — the same comfortable yet controversial set of chiclet keys the company’s added to all its new models.

Lenovo X230 (12in Laptop) [Intel Core i5 3320M 2.60GHz, 8GB Memory, 256GB SSD,with Windows 10 Professional (Renewed): Amazon.co.uk: Computers & Accessories


  • comes with a 2.6GHz Core i5-3320M processor
  • 4GB of RAM
  • 320GB 5400 RPM hard drive
  • Intel integrated graphics — it falls close to the middle of the X230

Drop the 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 palm rest 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.

On the left side of the keyboard, just over the function row, are a set of

  • volume controls,
  • mute buttons for the microphone and speakers
  • the blue ThinkVantage key, which fires up a menu to access Lenovo’s proprietary software.

 lenovo Thinkpad x230 Display

The left side of the X230 hosts

  • a pair of USB 3.0 sockets
  • a VGA port
  • a Mini DisplayPort
  • a 54mm ExpressCard slot
  • the hardware wireless switch.

On the right, you’ll find a powered USB 2.0 port, a headphone jack, multi-format card reader, the Kensington lock slot, and a Gigabit Ethernet socket.

Adapter and plugs

  • The power adapter plugs into the rear, keeping the cord out of the way.
  • meanwhile,  a fingerprint reader is located to the right of the trackpad.
  • Underneath the machine, you’ll find the docking station connector (Lenovo’s T, L, W, and X ThinkPads series share the same docking station, which is nice),
  • runoff holes for any liquids that might accidentally run through the spill-resistant keyboard.

The X230’s innards are readily accessible with a small Phillips screwdriver, should you want to dive in and replace the hard drive, RAM,

other components. include

  • HSPA+
  • LTE radios
  • a Smart Card reader, and up to 16GB of RAM.




Core i5

RAM Capacity

4 GB

Hard Disk Capacity


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