Panasonic’s Toughbook CX-LX3 has replaced Lenovo Thinkpad X1 to become the world’s lightest laptop. This 1.26 Kg ultrabook has been designed for people who prefer using rugged computers with a good battery backup. Its body is made from magnesium and alloy materials. This is perhaps the only impressive feature of this device. CX-LX3 packs with a battery that keeps CF-LX3 powered for up to 14 impressive hours.
Thus, it’s ideal for people who travel a lot. This Panasonic laptop under $2500 features a keyboard that has a key pitch of 19 millimeters. It comes with a 64 bit Windows 7 OS and Microsoft DirectX v11 engine. Users can upgrade to OS to Windows 8.1.
This ultrabook supports connectivity to electronic devices with HDMI, microUSB, VGA ports. It also includes Wireless LAN and Bluetooth modules. Panasonic Toughbook CF-LX3 is fitted with Intel turbo boost technology enabled core i5 quad-core 3.0 GHz 4310U processor. The CPU is ordinary as you can easily get a Core i7 laptops for $2000.
This Ultrabook uses Intel’s HD 4400 GPU. It is loaded with 3.0 megabyte of cache and 4GB of expandable system memory. The preconfigured RAM should be upgraded for a better experience.
For faster data transfer operations between RAM and storage, the tToughbookhas been installed with 128GB capacity SSD. Panasonic Toughbook CF-LX3 supports video chatting at 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution through its web-camera. It comes with a high-definition 14.0 inches display.
This display is definitely not worth the price. You’ll have to spend around $2300 (Rs 141000 in India) to buy CF-LX3. Please use our search box to find better laptops at lower costs.