Lenovo has announced a bunch of new additions to its ThinkPad X1 lineup, ranging from tablets and laptops to a couple of desktop PCs. Here’s your guide to everything the company has to offer.
First up is the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, which Lenovo says is the lightest 14-inch Ultrabook on the market. It also offers 11 hours of battery life, a 6th-gen Core i7 processor, up to 16GB of RAM, up to 1TB of SSD storage and runs Windows 10. It costs $1,299 and launches in February.
Lenovo also announced the ThinkPad X1 Yoga, a 2-in-1 hybrid with a 14-inch OLED display, a 6th-gen Core i7 chip, up to 16GB of RAM, up to 1TB of SSD storage and a stylus pen. It costs $1,499 and ships this month
The ThinkPad X1 Tablet costs $899 and launches in February. It packs a 12-inch 1080p display, 16GB of RAM and USB-C support. Lenovo’s also offering three different add-on modules. The productivity module costs $149 and adds 5 hours of battery, HDMI and other ports. The presenter module ($279) includes a built-in projector, while the 3D imaging module ($149) lets you capture and edit real world objects for 3D printing or graphic design.
On the desktop front, Lenovo is releasing two new computers in March. The ThinkCentre X1 features a sleek aluminum design that’s just 11mm thick and packs a 23.8-inch 1080p display for $1,029. The ThinkVision X1 costs $799 and packs a 27-inch 3840 x 2160-pixel display along with USB-C and an adjustable camera.
Finally, the company announced a few X1 branded accessories. Lenovo’s offering a new Wireless Touch Mouse with a rechargeable 380mAh battery for $69.99 and In Ear headphones for $69.99.