Here’s the Latest on Lenovo’s new ThinkPad X1 Series Direct from CES 2018

Lenovo’s Latest ThinkPad X1 Series is designed to offer the thinnest, lightest, and most elegant laptops and tablets for professional users by providing uncompromising durability, seamless productivity, and an overall smarter PC experience.

The standout technology of the series is easily the 6th generation ThinkPad X1 Carbon which is also the world’s lightest 14-inch business laptop. X1 Carbon is tested to survive the extreme heat of the Australian summer, water and ice, all while equipping you for work and pleasure in the office and on the road.

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It features USB-C mechanical side docking for multi-monitor configuration, a premium Dolby Vision capable Display, new microphones with 360-degree Far Field Communication supported by a 4-metre range and a ThinkShutter if camera privacy is a major concern.

When you leave the office, Global LTE-A wireless connectivity keeps you in touch and a battery life of up to 15 hours keeps you powered for literally every waking moment of the day. Just one hour of rapid charging adds up to 12 more hours of use.

There’s also multiple security options such as an anti-spoofing fingerprint reader, facial recognition and simple authentication with Windows Hello. The new ThinkPad X1 Carbon will be available from February 2018 with prices starting at AU $2,399.

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The 3rd generation ThinkPad X1 Yoga is Lenovo’s most capable professional 2-in-1. The Yoga is best known for its unique retractable keyboard and integrated ThinkPad Pen Pro. The new generation takes the innovative capabilities of the X1 Carbon and places them in a convertible form. This means 8th Gen Intel Core processor and the all-new Premium Dolby Vision capable display in a flexible form.

The new 360-degree Far-Field Communication microphones support Wake on Voice function and offer superior audio and video conferencing. The same ThinkShutter Camera Privacy and Global LTE-A wireless systems as the Carbon are built into the Yoga, so rest assured X1 Yoga is made to survive daily business battles.

Facial recognition and the fingerprint reader ensure your data is protected, even in the unlikely case of theft. ThinkPad X1 Yoga 3rd Gen will be available from February 2018, starting at AU $2,549.

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The 3rd generation ThinkPad X1 Tablet has been re-engineered for premium mobility and performance, bringing the full PC experience and function into a new detachable form.

It’s also powered by 8th Gen Intel Core processors, with a new vibrant 13-inch 3K display compatible with HDR, an improved full-function ThinkPad keyboard experience and optional global LTE-A connectivity.

Lenovo designed the ThinkPad X1 Tablet to withstand nearly any work environment with MIL-SPEC testing for ruggedness and durability. X1 Tablet supports natural interactions with a new pen, facial recognition via the IR camera and all-day battery life.

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The optional Lenovo Pen Pro supports 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity and provides a natural and responsive writing experience with tilt-to-shade function and up to 26 days of battery life on a full charge. ThinkPad X1 Tablet 3rd Gen will be available from February 2018, with prices starting at AU $3,019.

Lenovo unveiled the new X1 series at CES 2018 along with stacks of impressive tech which you can read all about here. If you need a more sizable home office solution, Lenovo’s 27-inch ThinkVision X1 monitor is the way to go. For full specs on the X1 series, follow the link below.

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