Chinese PC maker Lenovo has launched ThinkPad X1 Carbon, a new member to its X1 series of Ultrabooks. As its name suggests, the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, becomes different from its predecessor with a carbon fiber case. The new Lenovo Ultrabook is further rich with a reworked 14-inch 1600 x 900 screen, Intel Ivy Bridge chips, optional 3G connectivity and thinner and lighter body. It is now yet another wonderful business-friendly Ultrabook from Lenovo.
Lenovo has really brought up some stunning improvements to the ThinkPad X1. The new system is 3.0 pounds light weight and .71 inches thinner than its precursor’s 3.7-pound and .84-inch form factor. When it comes to the screen, Lenovo has also brought about an amazing rework. It has replaced the 13-inch display with a 14-inch one, which touts a better resolution of 1600 x 900 pixels as compared to the former’s 1366 x 768 pixels.
Like the last-gen version, ThinkPad X1 Carbon will have optional 3G, which will avail data connectivity to the Ultrabook anywhere. As everyone can guess, the notebook will pack Intel’s new gen Ivy Bridge processor. Further, the machine will flaunt 8GB of DDR3 RAM and it will run 64-bit Windows 7 and Windows 8 in future. Thanks to the blend of Ivy Bridge and Intel's vPro management technology, the computer will guarantee high graphics performance.
Lenovo has also utilized its RapidCharge technology for instant charging. The company hasn’t exposed the exact release date and price of the tablet, however. Along with the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, Lenovo has announced Ivy Bridge upgrades for many of its business-friendly ThinkPad line of Ultrabooks. Thus, new versions will come for the ultra-portable X series, top class T series, budget L series and finally the W series in coming months.