Lenovo provides in advance for CES in Las Vegas the new Windows 10-tablet “Think Pad X1”, which can be extended via plug-on modules.
lenovo expanding its product portfolio in a rush: After the Chinese computer manufacturer with the last September Yoga Table 3 presented a new edition of his beamer tablets and shortly afterwards a Convertible brought to market, the company presented at the art exhibition CES (. 6 to 9 January 2016 Las Vegas), the Think Pad X1 tablet. The special thing about the new signing: The Windows 10-Tablet can be via plug-on modules on the fly to an extra battery, extend a bearer with additional ports or a 3D camera with Intel’s Real Sense technology. But not enough: In addition to the modules enables the user to request a keyboard, so that the tablet can be used as a normal notebook.
The equipment of the Think Pad X1 can be quite impressive: So Lenovo puts the processor to Intel’s Core M7 chip, which is a memory with up to 16 gigabytes (GB) to one side, depending on the tablet version. For storing data M.2 a SSD with NVME interface from Samsung is installed, which provides a maximum of 1 terabyte (TB) space. When screen Lenovo installed a 12-inch IPS display with a resolution of 2160×1440 pixels. Also on board is depending on the model, the X7-LTE modem from Qualcomm, allowing users to surf on the go with up to 300 (Downstream) respectively 50 megabits per second (upstream) on the Internet. Regarding the battery life is Lenovo up to ten hours – with plug-on module, including additional battery even 15 hours.
Available from February 2016
The 800 gram heavy ThinkPad X1 Tablet is available for 899 US dollars, according to Lenovo from February 2016th The already described plug-on module with an additional battery and the 3D camera module costs 149 US dollars. For the Projector module of the Chinese group demanded the other hand, 279 US dollars.