Lenovo at CES (Consumer Electronic Show) announces trio of new devices which includes the ThinkPad X1 Yoga, the new ThinkPad X2 Carbon and the X1 tablet which comes without a physical keyboard although a module for that can be purchased.
Let’s see what these devices has to offer, the ThinkPad X1 Yoga powers a 7th gen Intel CPU and companies implemented biometric authentication with IR camera with face recognition support and there’s also a fingerprint sensor for another layer of security.
The X1 Carbon is equipped with Intel’s latest Kaby Lake CPU which is coupled with 16GB of LPDDR3 TAM and up to 1TB of SSD. It houses a 14″ display with two options -WQHD or FHD. Lenovo claims that the device will last up to 15.5 hours when fully charged.
The third device is the ThinkPad X1 Tablet which is quite impressive. It features Intel i7 processor and flaunts a 12″ 2K (2,160×1440 pixels) IPS display. The tablet offers up to 10 hours of battery life.
Price & Availability: All the devices are expected to go on sale in February and will be available for purchased from Lenovo’s official website with prices such as $1499 for the X1 Yoga, around $1399 for the X1 Carbon and $949 for the X1 Tablet which will be available in March.