Lenovo Unveils New ThinkPad X1 Carbon At CES
The X1 Carbon features new options, including a super-bright full-HD display and a PCIe solid state drive, which Lenovo states delivers up to 80 per cent faster storage performance than standard solid state drives.
Weighing in at under 1.3 kg, sporting a carbon-forged chassis, and powered by 5th generation Intel Core processors, the X1 Carbon is available now, with prices starting from $2,199.
Lenovo also unveiled the ThinkVision X24 monitor, featuring ultra-thin IPS panel technology, along with the ThinkPad Stack, a power bank offering mix-and-match interlocking accessories to “maximise productivity and minimise clutter”.
With a width of 7.5 mm, the X24 features a Neo Blade 23.8″ panel and sports a pre-coated metal surface technology in place of a traditional rear cover, with the IPS panel including full-HD resolution with a wide 178 degree viewing angle and DisplayPort or HDMI digital connectivity.
Meanwhile, the ThinkPad Stack features a magnetised interlocking design, along with pogo pin technology allowing each accessory to work better together.
Accessories include a 10,000 mAh power bank, one terabyte USB 3.0 hard drive, a wireless access point, and a Bluetooth speaker.
Lenovo has also added to its T, L, and E ThinkPad family, stating the updated portfolio highlights “expanded business-class features”, with the new thin and light models featuring extended battery life and 5th generation Intel Core processors.
“Since the original ThinkPad 700, ThinkPad engineers have continued to drive innovation by making each new ThinkPad better than the last,” commented Yang Yuanqing, Lenovo chairman and CEO. “Reaching 100 million units sold proves they are succeeding.”