Lenovo unveils ThinkPad X1 Yoga convertible with OLED screen

Jan

4

2016

Lenovo has added new products to its X1 series, including the ThinkPad X1 Yoga. The X1 Yoga differs in that it is the first convertible on Windows that is to be supplied with an OLED screen.

The OLED screen is not supplied with all models of the new ThinkPad X1 Yoga. It is also an option which should be longer waited. The models with 2560×1440- and 1920×1080-IPS displays are already available in the US from January, but the variants with the OLED screen supplied by Samsung with a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels are only available from April for an undisclosed price.

The convertible runs on Windows 10 Pro and an Intel HD Graphics 520 video card. The processor varies by model, with the maximum an Intel Core i7. Also, the working memory and the storage capacity are dependent on the model. These can add up to 16GB of DDR3 and a nvme-SSD 1TB. In addition, yoga has a keyboard where the keys are of retreat when the convertible is used as a tablet. The price of the Yoga starts at $ 1449. A European price is not yet known.

In addition to the Lenovo Yoga also has an X1 Tablet, ThinkCentre and new X1 Carbon announced. The tablet is characterized by compatibility with several external modules. For longer battery life, there is a productivity module. Without module is the lifetime of the battery according to the manufacturer ten hours, with module that is fifteen. For presentations, there is a silver module for creating 3D graphics, there is a 3D module that uses Intel’s Real Sense camera. The specifications of the tablet itself, again depending on the model. The most expensive model has a m7 processor, 16GB of RAM and SSD lpddr3 1TB. The tablet itself will cost $ 899 and be available in February in the US The prices for the modules range between 149 and 279 dollars.

The ThinkCentre X1 All In One is 11 millimeters thick and has a screen diagonal of 23.8 inches with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. Lenovo says that the Think Centre was tested for dust resistance, because it is a common problem with similar hardware. The ThinkCentre would be subjected to a test which is equivalent to 10 years in an office environment. The All in One is available in different versions, starting from $ 1029. Both processor, memory, storage operating system may vary by model. You can choose to 16GB DDR4 2133MHz and up to an i7 processor. The ThinkCentre available from March.

The X1 Carbon is mainly a version with improved hardware compared to its predecessor. The model is thinner and lighter and has a nvme-SSD supplied by Samsung. The ultrabook has a fingerprint scanner for security. The screen diagonal is 14 inches and the resolution may vary by model between 2560×1440 and 1920×1080 pixels. Further, as with the rest of the X1-series processor, the working memory and the storage area different for each model. The processor is an i7, up to 16GB DDR3 main memory and the storage up to 1TB SSD. Prices for the Carbon start at $ 1299 and the device is available from February onwards. None of all models is a European price or release date.

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