In a bid to stay as relevant as possible during this year’s CES, Lenovo has revealed some devices it will launch, these includes the ThinkPadX1 tablet, laptops, monitors, an all-in-one system and two ThinkCentre-in-one systems. The company unveiled these new devices ahead of CES 2016 as it promised to surprise its customers with some of the best features they have ever seen.
Starting this month, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga will be available for $1,449; the Oled display of the laptop will only be coming later in April. Lenovo also stated that its ThinkPad X1 Carbon and ThinkPad X1 tablet will each be coming next month and they will go for $1,299 and $899 respectively.
The giant tech company will start selling the ThinkPad T460, T460p, T460s and the T560 starting early February while the Lenovo ThinkPad X260 UltraBook, ThinkPad L460 and the ThinkPad L560 will be arriving late February. All customers will have to wait till the second quarter of this year before the ThinkPad13 Windows 10 version starts selling and the company also stated that it will likely cost $449, while the ThinkPad 13 with the Chrome operating system could be sold for $399. While we will see the Lenovo Yoga 900 Business Edition in February, the Lenovo MIIX 700 Business Edition will be coming out sometime around April.
The company stated that its Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga sports a sleek 0.66-inch thickness and it weighs 2.8 pounds. Touting it as the world’s first convertible laptop, the sleek gadget sports an optional Samsung Oled display. The laptop which also comes with Windows 10 features an active pen that increases productivity, so you can work better, achieve better and stress less.
Being the world’s lightest 14-inch business UltraBook, the Lenovo made ThinkPad X1 Carbon comes with customer-centric designs that were based on the feedbacks gotten from the earlier versions. The device also comes with a better memory and storage capacity while it also weighs just 2.6 pounds. The ThinkPad X1 comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon X7 LTE modem and a 4G LTE advanced carrier aggregation support that improves the connectivity the users enjoy.
The Lenovo ThinkCentre X1 also comes with a slim 11-mm frame, making it one of the thinnest desktops in the world. The laptop comes with a 23.8-inch display that is also anti-glare. Not only does it sport some cool designs, its features, speed and its specs make it the perfect buy for business people.
Lenovo also revealed a ThinkVision X1 monitor, this monitor comes with a tuck eye-comfort certification and its screen is 27-inch wide. In addition to its wide screen, the tech company also went the extra mile to ensure that the screen is UltraHD. In addition to these features, the think vision X1 also has a USB Type C Port that adds to your connectivity options.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1tablet which is based on the Windows 10 sports a modular design, and its long-lasting battery can give you over 15hours work-time when it’s clubbed with the Productivity Module accessory that comes with it. In addition to its different ports and dock connectivity features, the tablet also cloths an integrated projector that is part of the detachable battery. The Intel RealSense 3D camera and its Intel core m7 processor are some additional features.