The new ThinkPad X1 Yoga with OLED

The new ThinkPad X1 Yoga with OLED

Lenovo is launching the business oriented ThinkPad X1 Yoga which takes the Yoga series to the next level. This is the first first convertible device with an OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) display.

The X1 Yoga comes with the option of a 14-inch 2560×1440 display made by the leader in OLED technology, Samsung. Up till now OLED has been used in smartphones and some tablets but never on a laptop.

The laptop is equipped with either a 1920×1080 IPS LCD or 2560×1440 IPS LCD. The OLED device is optional, pricier but gives a large gamut with deep blacks and higher contrast.

Yoga1The business laptop is powered by Intel Skylake-U series processors i3, i5 or Core i7 with vPro. It can get up to 16 GB of RAM, and a 1 TB PCIe NVMe SSD storage. It is equipped with three USB 3.0 ports and OneLine+ for Ethernet, an also features mDP, HDMI, microSD, 4G LTE (optional), with a Qualcomm Snapdragon X7 LTE modem. It also features WiGig wireless docking and a touch fingerprint reader.

The active stylus charges when docked to the base.The keyboard is with the spill-resistant keys and trackpoint retract into the base when the display is rotated around, to improve the ergonomics when used in tablet mode.

The convertible weighs 1.27 kg (2.8 lbs) and is 16.7 mm (0.66-inches) thick.

The new X1 Yoga will be available starting in January, with the OLED model shipping around April. Prices start at $1449.

Source: Lenovo

 

CES 2016: Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Tablet

Source: Lenovo

At CES 2016 Lenovo introduced a new 12-inch (2160×1440 pixels) modular Thinkpad X1 Tablet. It is with the newest Intel Core m7 processor. It has 16 GB RAM and up to 1 TB storage. Combined with the built in modular battery it can run up to 10 hours.

But it also has the ability to add additional modules like a a Productivity module, Presenter module and even 3D Imaging module.

tab2The brilliantly adaptable ThinkPad X1 Tablet with its unique modular design is obviously business oriented and offers something new that no other tablet can offer yet by adding functionality through simple clip-on optional modules:

For instance if you need more battery you can add the The Productivity Module which adds 5 more hours of usage. It also has full HDMI, and a OneLink+ port.

tab4For those that want to make a presentation the The Presenter Module includes a pico projector and HDMI port.It can project a 60-inch display from 2 meters.

Creating in 3D? Add the 3D Imaging Module with its rear-facing Intel RealSense camera


The X1 Tablet has a full size ThinkPad keyboard with the iconic TrackPoint and three adjustable typing angles and recreates the classic ThinkPad keystroke feel. Keyboard and tablet together weigh just 2.4 pounds for an ultra-light laptop experience.

tab3What’s more, it is the first Windows tablet with LTE Advanced support for super-fast connectivity from virtually anywhere. This is the first Windows tablet to offer LTE-A support. The ThinkPad X1 Tablet also features a removable rear panel for serviceability and upgrades.

ThinkPad X1 Tablet will be available starting February from $899.

The Productivity module will retail for $149. The Presenter module will retail for $279, and the 3D Imaging module will go on sale in May for $149.

Source: Lenovo