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    Lenovo's claims of portability meeting performance in its PCs come true in the successor to the ThinkPad X260, the new X270.
    Lenovo has done a great job of dialing in its ThinkPad line, as we've seen in our reviews of the slim and powerful X1 Carbon and the feature-rich ThinkPad T470s. No one would say that those laptops aren't portable, but the ThinkPad X270 is in another class.
    With a chassis that's just a hair longer than a foot wide, and a weight of around three pounds (depending on the battery you choose), this laptop seems like it's meant to be bundled with your other documents and hauled out onto the job site.

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    05-26-2017 02:30 PM

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