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Lenovo's 3000 N100 specs bumped

Ryan Block, @ryan

Looks like the Easy Cube wasn't the only thing Lenovo had to announce today. The production specs on their 3000 N100 are already about to jump from those which were originally announced -- even what PC Mag took a look at earlier in their review. According to a Lenovo document sent to us by their PR firm, the 3000 N300 should apparently soon also come with options for Intel Core Duo or Solo CPUs at 2.0 and 1.66GHz, respectively, have new widescreen 1280 x 768 14.1-inch and 1280 x 800 and 1680 x 1050 15.4-inch displays, a 100GB drive option, 1GB of RAM (up to 2GB), dual layer burner,  802.11a/b/g, Ethernet, Bluetooth, fingerprint reader, and a 5.6-pound baseline weight. Sounds a lot different (and much more like a ThinkPad) than we've seen before, but it looks like nothing quite sells like high end gear.

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