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Lenovo ThinkPad T431s review: A high-priced Ultrabook without the high-end specs

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  • LENOVO, INC. ThinkPad T431s
    3/5
    $1,209.00
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    Lenovo's pricey new entry into the Ultrabook market caters deftly to business users, but it fails to deliver most of what's good about Ultrabooks: speed, portability, and convenience.

At a Glance

Lenovo's pricey new entry into the Ultrabook market caters deftly to business users, but it fails to deliver most of what's good about Ultrabooks: speed, portability, and convenience.

Price when rated: $1073
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Pros

  • Outstanding backlit keyboard
  • Fingerprint reader
  • Lots of ports

Cons

  • Dull, uninspired design
  • Fairly heavy and bulky
  • No touchscreen
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