Lenovo expands its broad X1 portfolio with three ThinkPad X1 variants: Tablet, Yoga, and Carbon.
The ThinkPad X1 Carbon stands out as one of the lightest laptops available today, yet still delivering a crisp 14-inch display. Weighing only 2.6lbs, it houses powerful processors, a brilliant 14” WQHD IPS or FHD IPS display and up to 8 GB RAM. The X1 Carbon can last up to 11 hours with a fully-charged battery.
The ThinkPad X1 Yoga hits the middle road between laptop and tablet, with its body being incredibly flexible enough that it can be used as either. This can be attributed to its thinness at just 0.66 inches and light weight at only 2.8 pounds. Users can access one of the four modes – Laptop, Stand, Tent, or Tablet mode. It is powered by an Intel Core i7 vPro with up to 1 TB of storage.
Finally, the Tablet boasts functionality through various clip-on optional modules. These include the Productivity Module which increases battery life to a total of 15 hours, the Presenter Module which includes an integrated Pico projector, and the Presenter Module which includes an HDMI port and an integrated Pico projector that can create a projection from about 2 meters. It can also enter a mode which transforms it into a mobile canvas with a stylus pen for drawing, writing or editing documents.
For now, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 YOGA is priced at Php 132,990 and the ThinkPad X1 Tablet starts at Php 83,990 and will be available by July 2016. The ThinkPad X1 Carbon, currently without a set price, will be available by August 2016.