Lenovo unveils their latest Thinkpad X1 Carbon at a conference held in Beijing
After replacing HP from the top position of PC vendors, Lenovo has recently unveiled their latest Thinkpad X1 Carbon Ultrabook at a conference in Beijing
Lenovo has recently announced a new 14 inch ThinkPad X1 carbon Ultrabook at the conference held for the 20th anniversary of the original ThinkPad’s debut at IBM computer division.
The new Ultrabook X1 Carbon basically has a carbon-fiber chassis, which is said to be of one the weight of the aluminum and also weighs much less and twice as strong as mentioned by Dilip Bhatia Lenovo vice President and General Manager of ThinkPad business unit.
Although nothing more specific has been mentioned about the tablet but it is expected to be powered by Intel’s Ivy Bridge Processor. They are also expected to be built with integrated 3G connectivity and it seems like they are try to offer the conveniences of a tablet with this Ultrabook.
Bhatia also told that Lenovo is aiming to hit the sweet spot with respect to appealing to customers in the enterprise, government and education market segments that require the anytime anywhere connectivity which is provided by the 3G connectivity.
So far Lenovo is also in the edge of replacing HP from the top position in the Asia-Pacific market. However according to Gartner, a research firm Lenovo is also growing in shipment worldwide and have already exceeded the worldwide average.
According to IDC, Beijing has been proved to be the region which accounted for 30.7million unit’s shipment in this year’s second quarter, so we can say that selecting Beijing as the location for revealing their latest ThinkPad is no surprise. Apart from all these nothing much has been revealed about the tablet so far. We will try to keep you updated about this new ThinkPad X1 Carbon, as soon as we get any information regarding it.