Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Ultrabook price and launching on August 30 this year

A way back several months when Lenovo was unvieled its new Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon for their additional lineup for ThinkPad sibling. X1 Carbon is much thinner than the original X1, and the front tapers to a sharper edge and using carbon fiber on the both lid and the roll cage, which is sits on the side. The top cover is made of carbon fiber, typically found in only the most expensive laptops and the bottom are made from magnesium alloy, as is the system's under the hood roll cage, a stiff latticework that protects the laptop but add minimal extra weight.

Like the Lenovo ThinkPAd X1 before, X1 Carbon is built for durability as it passed eight different MIL-SPEC test, including those that measures the ability to operate at extreme temperatures, altitudes and when being hit by a sand. The notebook certainly felt durable and its soft-touch finish allowed you to hold in by the deck with one hand without feeling like the notebook would slip.

Lenovo is known for building a solid and durable laptop for their model configuration and now, they are attempt to applying Carbon that work first practicality to an Ultra-light” model PC. ThinkPad X1 Carbon is fitted with a 13-inch with a resolution of 1600 x 900 pixels matte display. The component are standard, with 3rd generation Intel Core i5 CPU, Intel integrated Intel HD 4000 graphics and a 128GB Solid State Drive (SSD). That's fairly standard loadout and available in some very affordable laptops.

These models all comes with a fabulous collection of slot and port which include Minu DP, Combo Audio, 1 USB 2.0, 1 USB 3.0, multi-media reader, Ethernet via USB dongle, finger print scanner and Lenovo's TarckPoint system, offering trackpad and pointing stick to control your cursor. When Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon ship on the Market at August 31st , it would be price start from $1499.00 and maybe higher depending on the configuration specs models.


Fariha Chowdhury said...

Actually, the "nub" is one of my main reason that I've had three different Thinkpads. I absolutely despise that touchpad/trackpad whatever you want to call it on most laptops. It always messes up my typing and moves my mouse and causes me to type into the middle of whatever paragraph I've been working on. Overall, I'd put this computer firmly in the "Awesome" category, knowing full well that I'll probably never own one because I'm too cheap to by a new computer if I can get a model two years old for a quarter of the cost. I don't need bleeding edge
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