Posted by: Sam Heffron« on: August 14, 2017, 12:04:20 »
Grade A condition, one year warranty
1366x768 resolution "just fine" for 13"? It's laughable. Higher resolutions mean smoother fonts, which are more readable even at smaller sizes. The (slightly excessive) 3200x1800 pixel screen available on the likes of the Yoga Pro 2 and some of Samsung's ultraportables easily allows two pages of text side-by-side with very comfortable fonts. This 1366x768 screen just barely fits one page, with less smooth fonts, on roughly the same physical area. That aside, the X230 is a nice machine.
...the manufacturer has managed to shave off a third of an inch from the 34.6mm (1.36 inches) rear end of the previous model to just 26.6mm (1.05 inches)...
This information is from Lenovo Tabook or it is real measurement. When I looking at the pictures X220 and X230 they looks like there are no difference in thickness.