Stylish, Svelte Design. Premium Features.

The S431 shell combines aluminum and magnesium alloy for both durability and lightness.
A single unified hinge adds strength, while also enabling 180-degree opening so the Ultrabook lies flat or rests at any angle.
Unique attention to detail like indented sides for carrying add to the eloquent convenience. Black ports and a sandblast finish come standard.

KeyFeatures:

Operating System: Genuine Windows 7 Professional Upgradable to Genuine Windows 8 Pro
Licence Media Microsoft Windows 8 Pro

i7-3687U 2.1GHz,
500GB+24GB SSD,
8GB Memory,
14″ 16:9 1366 x 768 Active Matrix TFT Color LCD
Windows 7 Pro / Windows 8 Pro
GUN METAL,
Backlit Keyboard,
FingerPrint Reader
BlueTooth 4.0, WIFI
4-cell 46 Wh Lithium Polymer (Li-Polymer) up to 9.10 Hour
Graphics: Intel HD 4000

Optical Drive: No

Ports:
HDMI
Network (RJ-45)
Audio Line Out
USB 2.0: 2
USB 3.0 2
Expansion Slot Type: Mini PCI Express

Dims:
Weight: 3.92 lb
Color: Black
13.1″*8.9″*0.8″

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  1. wilson says:

    It works great.. The Lenovo ThinkPad S431 is a well-executed business Ultrabook; it combines all the features necessary for good productivity into a sleek and affordable package. The build quality and design are solid; the backlit keyboard and touchpad ergonomically sound; the overall performance is sufficient for everyday tasks.Boxy, black, with a simple logo, that ubiquitous red Trackpoint mouse controller (still present here), and an emphasis on security, the ThinkPad will always be a more serious-looking counterpoint to the sleek, silver MacBook Pro and MacBook Air.Pros:Solid design and build qualityExcellent keyboard and touchpadHigh-resolution touch displayGreat valueWindows 7 Pro which is rare found on the market for a brand new computer; You will never need to deal with the stupid windows 8.Cons:Not a touchable display— but who cares? especially if you use windows 7.Battery life last about 5 hours, I wish it can…

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