The specifications for the laptops in the FILP progam are listed in the table below.
These are the preliminary specs. The actual models you receive may differ in a few small details. Configurations are being negotiated; the specifications below indicate the likely features and configurations.
|Model||Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga and X1 Carbon||MacBook Air 13|
|Operating System||Windows 7||10.9|
|Weight||ThinkPad Yoga Tablet: 3.5 lbs
X1 Carbon: 2.8 lbs
|Display Size||ThinkPad Yoga Tablet: 12.5" IPS Display with Built in Webcam, Microphone, and Digitizer Pen
X1 Carbon: 14" HD
|13.3" Widescreen Display|
|Processor||2.1 (burst to 3.3) GHz Intel Core i7||1.7 (burst to 3.3) GHz Intel Core i7|
|Screen/Resolution||HD Displays (Yoga 1920 x 1080 touch) (X1 Carbon 1600 x 900 non-touch)||HD Widescreen Display|
ThinkPad Yoga Tablet: 256GB Solid State Drive and X1 Carbon: 512GB Solid State Drive
512GB Flash Storage
|Wireless||Integrated 802.11 a/g/n wireless networking card, Bluetooth||AirPort Extreme Card 802.11n, Bluetooth|
|Warranty/Service||3-year parts, labor & service on-site||3-year AppleCare|
|Lithium Ion Battery||8+ hours||10+ hours|
- Can I use a USB key drive/external disk drive with this laptop?
- Yes. The USB key drive simply connects to the laptop's USB port and is recognized by the operating system. External drives should also work. You can also store information on the laptop's hard drive, and back up any information on the laptop using the internal DVD burner. You should keep backups of all work you do on the laptop.
- What am I responsible for when I use the laptop?
- The laptop is University property, and as such you are expected to take reasonable care in keeping it secure and in good condition. For more information, please read the Responsible/Acceptable Use of Computing Services policy. You should also read the Software FAQ for information regarding proper use and responsibilities of software on your laptop.