Lenovo m30 Laptop Has Been Announced And It’s Lighter Than Four Pounds

Rumors swirled earlier this year that Lenovo would be buying Sony’s VAIO division, nothing of substance seemed to come from them and the division was eventually purchased by a Japanese venture capitalist firm. That was okay with Lenovo, they still have IBM’s laptop division, after all and they are putting out some interesting laptops of their own.

Yesterday, Lenovo announced their latest laptop, the Lenovo m30. The m30 has 4GB of RAM, 500GB of internal storage and 8GB of instant access solid state hard drive,the Intel Core i3 CPU, and a 13-inch 1366 x 768 display.

Nothing that is going to blow you away, but it does appear to be a decently spec’d PC with a starting price of €500 (and may launch in the United States at the significantly cheaper price of $500). It also boasts one USB 3.0 port and two USB 2.0 ports. Its battery provides up to five hours of continual use with WiFi turned on. Significantly, it only weighs 1.8 kgs (3.9 lbs).

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You might not be running Crysis 3 with top specs on it anytime soon, but it isn’t designed for things like that. Labeled as an “Affordable Business Laptop” the m30 is trying to hit that sweet spot of style, substance and affordability.

It also ships with Windows 8.1, if that is a feature or a fault depends on your feelings of the OS.

Do you think Lenovo’s new Laptop will make any headway?

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  1. Airyl
    May 9, 2014

    It’s great to see posts about computers and laptops again. The last one I remember was about an all-in-one computer around a 1-2 years ago.

    The M30 doesn’t look like anything too special. I could build a decent gaming rig at that price.

    • desponent
      May 10, 2014

      Yes, that’s exactly the market this thin light laptop competing against, the desktop gaming pc.

      • Airyl
        May 10, 2014

        I know right?

  2. desponent
    May 10, 2014

    Years late to compete agains Asus A46.