Here is the latest offering from Lenovo, it’s the ThinkPad X1 Carbon Ultrabook and that means it is going to be light, thin and starts up from cold in only a few seconds, making it ideal for business users who travel to clients and need instant access to their computer for demos, orders of just staying in contact with head office. This is a smart looking computer with a cool carbon fibre case, but there is no Ethernet port, so there is a need for a USB adapter if the user wishes to connect the internet via that connection. Other than that, this a true ultrabook, offering the user a great machine at a reasonable price and you cannot really ask for much more than that.
The new ThinkPad comes with a 14 inch screen with premium HD+ LED Backlit Display with a 1600 x 900 of pixel resolutions and a built in 720p HD web camera. It will be running on the Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit) operating system and will be powered by the Intel Core i5-3317U Processor with 3M Cache, up to 2.60 GHz. While the video is coming from the Intel HD 4000 Graphics with 4 GB 1333 MHz DDR3L On Board. There is up to 4 GB PC3-10600 DDR3L SDRAM 1333 MHz SODIMM Memory and there is a light and thin 128 GB solid state drive (SSD) in SATA3.
For networking there is the built in Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6205S (2 x 2 AGN) wireless LAN adapter, Bluetooth 4.0 with Antenna and Integrated Mobile Broadband GOBI 4000 for AT&T. This laptop is only .74 inches (18.8 mm) thick, weighs in at just three pounds and has a battery pack that Lenovo say will offer up to seven hours of battery life, which is good for anyone who is out and about all day! Lenovo have put a starting price tag of $1,330 on the ThinkPad X1 Carbon Ultrabook.