Amid the more exciting news of Lenovo's new ThinkPad Tablet 2, the company also tok the wraps off of the ThinkPad T430u "ultraportable," a business-focused laptop that we first saw way back at CES earlier this year. This Windows 7 laptop has a new price — it starts at $779, down from the $849 we heard back in January. For that, you'll get an Ivy Bridge processor, a 14-inch screen with a somewhat disappointing 1366 x 768 resolution, up to 8GB of RAM, and the option for either a standard HDD or a 128GB SSD. It also packs a 1GB Nvidia GeForce GT 620M graphics unit, and still claims a potentially impressive seven hours of battery life. At 0.83 inches thick and 4.08 pounds, it's not exactly the lightest laptop on the market, but at least the price is right. There's no exact date for when the T430u will be available, but Lenovo told us it'll be available later in the month. It's no X1 — but for the target market, it probably doesn't have to be.