The new Lenovo products of this line will get the OLED display and improved technical capabilities. In the hybrid laptops X1 series that includes the Carbon X1, Lenovo plans to change the design too.
Now hybrid laptops become thinner. Lenovo also promises to increase the performance and provide longer battery life. The manufacturers claim that their notebook will be the first in the world with OLED screen technology. And this statement not unreasonable.
As it is known, the Samsung’s OLED technology was only used in TVs, smartphones, and tablets before this. Well, now it’s crisp, colorful image that is possible thanks to OLED screen will be available in the hybrid laptops. This screen technology is very suitable for thin and light hybrid laptops Yoga series, in which an attached keyboard flips around to turn the device into a tablet. The thickness of this laptop is only 16 millimeters and weight 1, 27 kg.
Technical characteristics of the hybrid laptop – the Intel Core i7 processor, 1TB SSD and 16GB of RAM.
The supplies of basic models appear in February. The estimated cost of the laptop with high-definition LCD screen will be 1449 US dollars. OLED-display models went on sale in April.
The 12-inch ThinkPad X1 with five additional hours battery life be available in February for $ 899.
The ThinkPad X1 Carbon starting at $1,299. The laptop has become much lighter and more productive, thanks to the processor on the Skylake architecture.
All X1 products have an additional LTE-Advanced mobile communications. Other features of the new products include a USB Type-C port for connecting peripheral devices and charges, Wi-Fi, and a range of optional WiGig Display slots.