Lenovo brought along the 7th Generation ThinkPad X1 Carbon laptop to CES and they feature a number of improvements over its predecessors, including a lighter, thinner chassis (only 14.95mm) and 4K LCD with 500 nits of brightness and Dolby Vision HDR support.
Overall, the laptop weighs 1.08Kg and will have Intel’s UHD Graphics 620 iGPU under the hood and we can expect the CPU to be paired up with LPDDR3 DRAM and a PCIe SSD.
Connectivity-wise, it will come with Wi-Fi+ Bluetooth support, an optional 4G/LTE-A Cat16 modem, two Thunderbolt3 ports, USB 3.0 Type-A connectors, an HDMI output and a TRRS audio connector, among other things.
The Dolby Atmos audio system has four speakers and four far-field microphones.
While we don’t know anything about the capacity, we do know that the notebooks will work for up to 15 hours.
Lenovo is tight-lipped about any other specs for now as some things might be subject to change by the time the device will hit the market. So far, these are all the details we have.
The laptops will be up for sale in June with a starting price of $1,709.