Lenovo Thinkpad X1 hands-on


Specs, Features and Price in India: - Well, reports are coming that Lenovo is all set for the market and already revealed its new "ThinkPad" laptop series for the market. With solid battery life, upgraded security and bodies that meet military durability specifications, these devices are Lenovo's best business laptops yet. This one packs the same processor of up to 8th generation Intel Quad Core i7 with vPro. The notebook takes its name from the carbon fiber material that Lenovo uses for its silver or black chassis.

From Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon to Miix 630, here's what Lenovo has launched at CES 2018. Users can add more space to the device by adding a microSD card. This year, Lenovo made a decision to include support for Dolby Vision HDR viewing, marking the first PCs to do so. This means multi-mode enthusiasts can get 8th Gen Intel Core processors and the all-new Premium Dolby Vision capable display in a flexible form-factor.

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The headlining feature is their new displays. It has retained the IR Camera and Fingerprint Reader in combination with Windows Hello. The ThinkPad X1 also had the new infrared camera that offers facial recognition for Windows Hello support, apart from the fingerprint scanner. Such concerns have spawned a cottage industry of stickers and accessories for concealing laptop cameras.

Literally, the only difference between the X1 Carbon and Yoga is in the form factor department. But a key part of its ThinkPad family was missing: the X1 line. The monitor comes with a Thunderbolt 3 port, and HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.2 connectors, and boasts of a 4K resolution and over 99 percent sRGB color gamut.

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As for the X1 Tablet, Lenovo hasn't changed a lot about the device, now in its 3rd generation. The X1 Tablet will be launching in March at a starting price of $1599 while the ThinkVision X1 will be available this month, but does not have a starting price yet. X1 Tablet supports natural interactions with a new pen, facial recognition via IR camera and all-day battery life6. Inside these rugged bodies are up to 16GB of RAM, up to 1TB of SSD storage, up to 15 hours of use on a single charge, and Intel UHD Graphics 620. Buyers can skip searching for Wi-Fi hotspots and switch to the tablet's built-in LTE-A connectivity. It comes with a Thunderbolt 3 cable for connecting with a supported laptop. The "Rapid Charge" battery, adds up to 12 hours in a one hour of charging.

The ThinkPad X1 Tablet's best feature is its display. It has a resolution of 2560×1440, and its brightness capability is the primary driver behind the Dolby Vision HDR certification. With a full charge, Lenovo expects users can stay mobile for 9 hours before needing to charge again. It has a backlit keyboard and it claims to offer 20 hours of battery backup. The ThinkPad L380 Yoga is priced at $549 (approximately Rs 34,800), the ThinkPad L380 will be available at a price of $449 (approximately Rs 28,500), and the ThinkPad L480 will come with a price tag of $779 (approximately Rs 49,400).

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