The 2016 consumer electronics show is live, and tech companies have started to launch their latest products. Yesterday, Lenovo had launched a plethora of new laptops. Today, It unveiled the Windows 10 operating system running convertible ThinkPad X1 Tablet and X1 Yoga laptop for the business use.
With 0.3 inch thickness, the X1 tab weighs around 1.2 kilograms. It has Intel’s one of the most energy-efficient Core M7 CPU. The tablet is LTE-A network supporting device. It ships with a detachable magnetic keyboard along with a kickstand so that you can easily use the ThinkPad X1 as a notebook. It has an Intel RealSense camera at the back.
Lenovo will launch X1 tab in February for 900 dollars. This device is perfect for people who people who have to move a lot in the workplace. It supports up to 16GB RAM, high-speed Samsung SSD. It features a 4K IPS display.
The highlighting feature of this tablet is the modular design in which the user will be able to purchase the below add-on modules for improving the productivity.
This is for the first time a company has launched a module for adding extra backup power to the tablet. Microsoft’s Surface Pro and the latest iPad now have a powerful competitor in the form of Lenovo ThinkPad X1.
If you need more power, then meet the Thinkpad X1 Yoga, the convertible laptop. This device comes with Samsung OLED display (optional), 16GB RAM and Intel quad-core Core i7 6th gen Skylake series processor.
X1 Yoga is a device that supports four modes of operation – laptop, tablet, stand and tent.
Its keyboard is spill resistant. You can retract it for switching to the tablet mode. This device comes integrated with a digital stylus pen. It will be launched along with the X1 tablet for 1500 dollars.