As the wearable smart devices roared throughout the International CES 2014 event, Lenovo has unveiled world’s lightest 14-inch ultrabook, 3rd-gen Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon.
Lenovo’s new X1 Carbon ultrabook weighs only around 3 pounds, even with a touch screen, thanks to the Carbon Fiber body used on the laptop along with the claimed durability of the other devices of the same company. Carbon Fiber body weighs much lesser than that of aluminium and magnesium but stronger than both of them.
Depending upon the opened applications or software, the newly introduced Adaptive Keyboard could dynamically adjusts to highlight the relevant keys along with the gesture and voice control. With built-in 4G feature, the ThinkPad X1 Carbon ultrabook boasts a 2,560 x 1,440 ColourBurst display and Rapid Charge tech to provide around 80 percent charge under 1 hour, while the battery could last long, up to 9 hours.
Comes with Intel Core i5 processor, the laptop comes with 2 options, one of them with touch screen. Intel HD 4400 graphics, 128GB to 256GB SSD storage were the key specs of previous gen X1 Carbon laptops. The company hooked the price tag starting from $1,299 onwards with “choose your own model.”