Top PC manufacturer Lenovo has presented new gadgets in its high-end ThinkPad X1 series. First unveiled at the CES tech occasion in Jan, these new computer systems will be sold starting these weeks. Leading the line is a 12” X1 tablet that has a exclusive styles with extra features installed through three available clip-on segments.
People can select from a bigger battery power that improves up time to 16 hours, a projector and a 3D digicam module. The package includes a removable keyboard that turns it into a notebook, such Microsoft’ Surface Pro.
The company says that its X1 device is the only Windows slate compatible with LTE Advanced to offer faster 4G connectivity. The costs and accessibility of Lenovo’s X1 tablet have not been detailed yet. Similar to the Yoga 900 hybrid, the recent X1 Yoga changes between various utilization modes when turned around the 360-degree attachment.
However, the company-oriented product arrives with a trademarked keyboard, which can retract the keys when it is used as a tablet. It has a premium 14” OLED screen that renders better colors and deeper shades of black. X1 Yoga would be available these days from a price of $3,100.
ThinkPad X1 is a stylish PC with an aluminum framework having a thickness of just 11 mm at its slimmest point. It features a 24” Full-HD screen and is operated by sixth-gen Intel processors, complemented by DDR4 memory.
The device will be sold at the beginning of May, with a price tag of $1,900. Lenovo has rejuvenated its current 14” X1 Carbon laptop with the newest components. Clients will be capable to set it up with a rapid 1 TB SSD using the recent NVMe interface.
Costs begin at $2,950 when they go on selling later these days. Besides its ThinkPad X1 series, Lenovo also introduced a variety of new notebooks. With a recent carbon-fiber framework, Yoga 900S is less heavy than its 900 forerunner.
The previous device lately won a series of tech awards that confirmed its innovative design and the major impact it had on the market. The 900S model would be available in April starting from $2,300. For people who are still searching for a conventional clamshell laptop, Ideapad 700 or Ideapad 710S represent good devices offering the newest components.
The 700 version, which is available in the 15” size and arrives with Nvidia graphic cards, is currently sold at a retail price of $1,500, while the 710S edition will be marketed in April from $1,100.
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