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Lenovo unveils new ThinkPad X1 Yoga and ThinkPad X1 Carbon

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Lenovo came to the with two new notebooks CES 2019: the ThinkPad X1 Yoga and the ThinkPad X1 Carbon. In this article, I'll explain what makes the two devices so special.

The display of the X1 Carbon is 14 inches and, depending on the configuration, supports touch inputs. The resolutions available range from FHD to 4K with HDR400. In addition to the webcam, there is a Windows Hello camera above the display for logging in without a password. The connections include two Thunderbolt 3 ports in the form of USB-C and two USB-A plugs. A headphone jack is also located in the housing. The touchscreen in the X1 Yoga is 14 inches in size, the same as in the carbon version. Here, too, there are different resolution options: FHD, WQHD and 4K with HDR. The specialty of yoga: the display can be turned back 360 degrees so that it can be used as a tablet.

Sufficiently good specs for 2019

Both new notebooks have the latest Intel CoreProeighth generation processors. The SSD memory can be up to two terabytes in size for both devices, the working memory is limited to 16 gigabytes. At 51 watt hours, the battery is also the same size in both ThinkPads. The presented devices will be available from June 2019. The X1 Carbon starts at $1.700 and the entry-level X1 Yoga is priced at $1.900.

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