CES 2017 To Feature Ultra-Thin Lenovo ThinkPad

Posted: Dec 13 2016, 11:45am CST | by , in CES


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CES 2017 to Feature Ultra-Thin Lenovo ThinkPad

The X1 Carbon Ultrabook might be heading towards CES 2017

Lenovo purchased IBM’s ThinkPad line over a year ago and have been introducing new products since. It is known as one if the best built business line laptops and professional notebooks.

The finest and really thin variant of this line is surelyThinkPad X1 Carbon. This ThinkPad has a svelte chasses with military specification which makes it spur awesome in every category of laptops.

However now it is being rumored that we might see a new model or an updated version of ThinkPad X1 Carbon in the upcoming Consumers Electronics Show 2017, according to DigitalTrends.

The rumors have focused on the fact that Lenovo’s one of the possible unveils at the CES 2017 might be a new variant of ThinkPad X2 Carbon.

The ThinkPad X1 Carbon is surely one of the thinnest machines from Lenovo but it certainly isn’t the best in market. However it is still regard as one of the best, ultra-thin and durable notebooks in market.

The current ThinkPad X1 Carbon has a great dust resistant body, anti-vibration body and heat resistant as compared to most of the others in market.

It is usually offered in 14 inches LED while most of the others in market are offered in 13.3 inches. Along with that it has marvelous keyboard that is actually the specialty of Lenovo.

It is said that the new versions of X1 Carbon will have a number of updates. It is sad that it will have a better processor than the current version and a much better life too.

There will be a touch screen option on the Full HD LED display of the ThinkPad too. The new variant is also supposed to have two USB Type C ports and will support the Thunderbolt 3 as well.

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