Will it be an IPS one, though?
I remain sceptical about the high-res option, let alone about TN vs IPS.
The press release says:
The new ThinkPad X, T, W, and L Series models include a platform of innovations that respond to key business needs. (...) For a clear and rich audio-visual experience, the laptops include Dolby audio and super-bright 300 NIT HD+ panels.
I'm affraid they meant that *some of them* get that 300 NIT HD+ screen as an option, not all of them.
Then it says:
A road warrior’s dream weighing less than three pounds, the ThinkPad X230 laptop features a super-bright 12.5-inch, 300 nit IPS wide-viewing display.
Note that it doesn't say "HD+" here but it doesn't say "HD" either. Sigh.