PC Home just posted some product pages for the Lenovo ThinkPad X130e we saw leaked a few days ago, detailing the internals of the ruggedized update to the ThinkPad X121e. According to the site, the X130e will offer AMD Fusion CPUs at 1.65GHz or 1.3GHz, with a 1.4GHz Intel Core i3 in the mix as well. Of course, AMD's chips will be integrated with Radeon HD graphics, and the Intel version will get a GMA HD 3000 GPU. Oddly, RAM and storage sizes are not mentioned, but it will have the same LED-backlit 1366 x 768 resolution display as it's predecessor, a memory card reader, USB 2.0, and everything else you expect from a modern laptop. Price and release date still aren't listed, but Chinese retailer PC Home says the X130e will be coming in 2011.