Lenovo releases ThinkPad X1 Carbon along with the ThinkPad T430u
Lenovo recently reveals two new ThinkPad Ultrabooks, the ThinkPad X1 Carbon and the ThinkPad T430u of which the X1 carbon is touted to be the lightest in the world
Earlier we have made you informed that Lenovo introduced one of their latest Ultrabook known as the ThinkPad X1 Carbon at a conference in Beijing. However, nothing much was released in details about the specification of the device.
Recently Lenovo revealed the X1 Carbon as a high-end Ultrabook along with the ThinkPad T430u for small business Ultrabook market through their website www.lenovo.com. The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbons is touted by Lenovo to be the lightest 14inch tablet in the world, packing a 14inch display within a 13inch form factor. It’s forged from carbon fiber with a multi gesture glass surface touchpad, an HD face tracking camera, dual array microphones and even Dolby-tuned audio.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is powered with a 3ed generation Intel Core i7 processor along with a 256GB SSD, and up to a 8GB of RAM. Other specifications included with this model can be counted as fingertip reader, TPM and BIOS encryption, mobile hotspot network sharing and various ports including one USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 and a 4-in-1SD card reader. It is equipped with a battery which is expected to provide a back up of about 6.3hours. The X1 Carbon is priced at $1299 for (Rs 72,014) the starting models.
The ThinkPad T430u, which is also launched along with the X1 carbon starts with at $779 (Rs 44,295) and also has a unique combination of NVIDIA GeForce graphics and 1TB of storage. This the business owners if want can also configure this model up to Intel Core i7 CPU, up to TB of HDD or 128 GB SSD capabilities and up to 8 GB of RAM. It comes with an integrated Intel GPU, but there’s the option for adding NVIDIA GeForce GT620 1 GB discrete Graphics. The Ultrabook also features a 14-inch HD display, Dolby Home Theater v4 and up to 7.1 hours of battery life.