Lenovo’s ThinkPad T431s ultrabook will be coming out soon at the end of this month to be made available for consumer purchase. The system has been updated with some small cosmetic changes in appearance, most notably in its lid and touchpad.

One key point to note, if you’re thinking of getting a ThinkPad T431s for yourself, is that while Windows 7 is installed by default, you do have the option with going with a Windows 8 operating system. This makes sense and should appeal to computer users who haven’t completely warmed up to this new Windows generation of software.

We were fully expecting Lenovo to load Windows 8 on all the devices that it showed us, so we were surprised to find the T431s was running Windows 7 – despite the fact it has a “Windows 8″ button on its keyboard. Sure enough, when we referred back to our earlier coverage of this Ultrabook, the T431s will come with Windows 7 by default. Of course, you’ll be able to preload your machine with Windows 8 or Windows 8 Pro as well.

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