Besides what has been seen at CES 2013, there hasn’t been much discussed on what other product line upgrades there will be. Today some details were revealed on Lenovo’s Chinese website shedding some hints on what consumers can expect on some of the next generation of Lenovo’s ThinkPad T Series and X Series. Most of the changes seem to be design related. Read up on what to look for in the article below.

Lenovo might not be ready to officially reveal the full 2013 ThinkPad range, but it’s succeeded in sparking some early interest in the unannounced T431s and X230s by putting their manuals on its Chinese webpage. The documents don’t tell us anything about what hardware will be found inside either machine, but as Laptop Reviews note, included diagrams do hint at what they might look like. Akin to the unreleased ThinkPad Helix and Edge notebooks, the traditional dedicated TrackPoint buttons below the keyboard have been done away with, in favor of integrating them into a larger trackpad. Something we also saw on the Helix that’ll be carried through to the T431s and X230s is a slight alteration to the function keys — they’ll be the secondary use of hotkeys for brightness, volume and such, rather than the other way around.

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