The X1 Carbon is also loaded with great specs, starting with the powerful but battery-sipping Core i5-4200U processor. There's a speedy 128GB solid state drive for your storage needs and a high-resolution 1600x900 display that will easily let you display documents side by side. A healthy 4GB RAM rounds out the spec sheet, which will be plenty for typical uses.
You might say the day is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workday, however, hopefully draws to a close at some point. This is the Daily Roundup on Engadget, a quick peek back at the top headlines for the past 24 hours -- all...
Don't call it a business laptop. I mean, you could, but you'd be missing the point: Though the original Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon was technically aimed at corporate users, it was good enough for us to recommend even to regular consumers. That was a...
I'm a big Lenovo fan and have used Thinkpads nearly exclusively since my first T60p. I'm using an first-gen X1 Carbon Touch as my main on the go machine these days. I've also tried using a Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro but had a little trouble with its extremely high-dpi display, although the build quality of the hardware is amazing. Show More Summary
In terms of brand recognition, Lenovo's ThinkPad probably has some of the best "brand equity" of just about any notebook line in the history of Windows PCs. A favorite among IT managers for their rugged reliability, especially in business environments, Lenovo's ThinkPad brand, previously acquired from IBM, helped propel the company towards...
Lenovo had their usual location set up in the AquaKnox lounge at the Venetian, with a huge number of products on display. We’ll break things up into the laptop/notebook/multi-modal devices here, tablets and smartphones next, and then “everything else” for the products that don’t fall into either of the previous categories. Show More Summary
Maybe Lenovo is on to something with unique PC designs and fold-over keyboards. The company actually grew PC sales in a declining market and just announced a new 8.3-inch Windows 8 tablet and refresh of its X1 Carbon laptop.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon has gone on a diet, making it the lightest 14’’ laptop ever. The ‘Carbon’ part tells you a lot about why this thing is so light. The exterior is made out of light (and equally tough) carbon fiber, making the whole thing weigh just 2.8 pounds. Show More Summary
We have to admit, we've been looking forward to this week's How Would You Change entrant for quite a while. Having reviewed a carbon fiber notebook ourselves, your humble narrator was very curious to see how Lenovo's ThinkPad Carbon X1 fared out in...
Lenovo manufactures a lot of notebooks, but the supremely thin ThinkPad X1 Carbon and Lenovo’s notebook/tablet hybrid, the IdeaPad Yoga 11S have achieved near-icon status. The IdeaPad Flex 14 takes design cues from both, resulting in...Show More Summary
Do you want an Ultrabook? Or do you want an Ultrabook made out of carbon fiber? All else being equal, we’re big fans of the material, both for its durability
Ultrabooks make for a great mobile PC: they’re thin, light, and get the job done. Unfortunately, thanks to Apple envy, nearly all of them are silver rectangles slathered in aluminum. This makes for a decent formula if you’re interested in the lowest common denominator, but thankfully there are other options. Whether you despite silver fruit-shaped hardware…
The ThinkPad line has a strong reputation for reliability and quality, with the X1 Carbon being the newest flagship machine. Aiming to set the bar for ultrabooks in business, this ThinkPad measures in at just 3 lbs and 0.31-0.74 inches yet loses almost no functionality and offers up to 8 hours of battery life.
Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Carbon is such a beautiful piece of hardware that we're having trouble concentrating. With that carbon fiber chassis, the Ultrabook is thin, light and classily understated. Even packing Ivy Bridge internals, it still...Show More Summary
Intel puts their best foot forward with a business class 14" ultrabook from Lenovo, the touchscreen-equipped X1 Carbon.
In this post, guest blogger Jason Scott shares his experiences with the Lenovo X1 Carbon Touch. Jason has a passion for Windows PC hardware and has worked on many projects at Microsoft including Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Phone 8, and Exchange. Show More Summary
It costs an additional $150 to feel the Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon Touch—worth it?
With the rather obviously named ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch, Lenovo brings its flagship ultrabook into the Windows 8 era, adding a touchscreen to the package but leaving most of the rest of the device unchanged.
For a tech blogger, there could be no more intense week than CES. And that is exactly where we decided to put the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch to the test. The new Thinkpad X1 Carbon Touch Ultrabook has been highly anticipated byShow More Summary
It's only the second week of January and it's already been an eventful year for Lenovo. There's the newly minted ThinkPad X1 Carbon to talk about -- and that whole Lenovo Business Group / ThinkPad Business Group split to talk about.Show More Summary