Lenovo reveals its new version of ThinkPad
X1 Carbon, claims to be thinnest Ultrabook
Lenovo on Tuesday announced a range of new ThinkPads with Intel's latest third-generation Core processors, including a ThinkPad ultrabook that the company claims is the "thinnest ultrabook in the world."
The ThinkPad X1 Carbon ultrabook has a 14-inch screen, weighs under 1.8 kilograms and is 18.8-mm thick. It will have the latest Intel ultrabook processors, code-named Ivy Bridge, which are expected to be officially announced next month.
It is offered with the Next generation multimedia that too with Dolby Home Theater V4, HDMI and a low light sensitive HD camera. This laptop carries a SuperBright infinity LCD display secured with Corning’s Gorilla glass and is toughly designed having a cool rough and tough like rugged design embed with roll cage technology. Additionally, it is the Thinnest Thinkpad ever at 16mm and features integrated 3G mobile broadband options so that you can connect it for work that too anywhere you desire.
This newly announced Ultrabook from Lenovo features a 1600 x 900 pixels resolution display and with this device you get a backlit and spill-resistant keyboard.Well, it’s having connectivity features like Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB ports, Ethernet ports and 3G.
Price and release date of this computer machine is not revealed yet, but it is likely to hit the stores by the next month. Anyway, stay tuned while we gather more information about this product.