At the CES 2014, Lenovo announced the launch of ThinkPad X1 Carbon, the world’s lightest 14 inch ultrabook and the ThinkPad 8, an 8 inch tablet.
Lenovo also introduces the new ThinkPad OneLink Dock Pro, an enhanced docking solution through a single cable connector.
Peter Hortensius, SVP and president, Think Business Group, Lenovo, said that the ThinkPad X1 Carbon delivers a stunning user experience with the best professional display and new interactive methods and represents another step in our PC plus journey.
Lenovo X1 Carbon
The New X1 Carbon weighs 2.8 pounds. The X1 Carbon is forged from Carbon Fiber, which weighs less than magnesium and aluminum but is stronger than both.
The New X1 Carbon features Adaptive Keyboard, which adjusts based on the software or application being used to highlight the most relevant keys. The new ultrabook also integrates voice and gesture control, allowing users to interact with their PC in modern and familiar ways.
Lenovo said the new X1 Carbon utilizes Rapid Charge technology, providing an 80 percent charge in under an hour. Coupled with an up to 9 hour battery life (over 70 percent improvement from the last generation) and optional built-in 4G capability, the new X1 Carbon has all the mobility and connectivity customers need wherever they go.
ThinkPad 8 features Intel Bay Trail Quad Core processor, up to 128GB of storage, a microUSB 3.0 port, LTE2 connectivity and a full Windows8 Pro experience for professional needs.
The starting price of ThinkPad X1 Carbon is $1299.
The OneLink Dock Pro is available now at $179.
ThinkPad 8 convertible tablet will be priced at $399 and Topseller models start at $429 and will be available late January.