Tech giant Lenovo is putting forth a new machine that hopes to make waves in the hybrid devices of laptops and tablets.
The tablet in its core settings has stunning 12 inch display that puts out a 2,160 x 1,440 resolution. Under the hood is the sixth-generation Intel Core m7vPro chip. Storage options go up to a super thin 1 TB solid state hard drive produced by PCie. The ThinkPad X1 Tablet also has memory up to 16 GBs of RAM.
The X1 Tablet has a unique approach to its body that both separates it from its predecessor all comparable devices. The word “separates” is important here, because Lenovo’s machine features add-on parts to improve its functionality and power. The three announced modules include: productivity, presenter, and 3D imagining ready additions.
- At $149, the productivity module gives you five hours of extended battery life, an extra HDMI port, and an extra onelink+ port.
- The presenter module costs $279 and offers a projector that gives you a 60 inch screen you can notice more than six feet away.
- And at $149, the 3D imaging module is perfect for graphic designers, as it gives them a RealSense 3D camera made by Intel.
In total, these add-ons are a massive game changer. These features will benefit people and businesses, especially IT consulting LA firms. It will be interesting to see if brands such as Microsoft and ASUS conceive similar products for their line of fusion laptops.
Of course, the keyboard is detachable. There’s also a stylus option, for the highly sensitive touch screen. The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet hits American shelves this February. Consumers can expect a price tag of $899.
Lenovo is created a wonderful hybrid device, giving you more freedom than either a laptop or tablet offers. The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 is stiff competition to the Surface Pro and Surface Book.