2019 CES: new Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon and X1 Yoga for business

At CES 2019 Lenovo has unveiled its flagship business laptops. This is the seventh generation ThinkPad X1 Carbon and the fourth transformer ThinkPad X1 Yoga, another novelty was the dual monitor ThinkVision P44w no frame between images.

At CES 2019 Lenovo has unveiled its flagship business laptops. This is the seventh generation ThinkPad X1 Carbon and the fourth transformer ThinkPad X1 Yoga, another novelty was the dual monitor ThinkVision P44w no frame between images.

At CES 2019 Lenovo has unveiled its flagship business laptops. This is the seventh generation ThinkPad X1 Carbon and the fourth transformer ThinkPad X1 Yoga, another novelty was the dual monitor ThinkVision P44w no frame between images.
What’s new?

 


 


 


 

 

 

For line 2019 Lenovo completely revamped the design, making laptops even thinner and lighter. Sound system also received an upgrade. Above the keyboard are two high-frequency dynamics, and on the underside — a couple of woofers. Supported and surround sound technology, Dolby Atmos. ThinkPad X1 Carbon is available only in black color with a coating of unpainted carbon fiber on the top cover. And Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga is enclosed in a full metal aluminum alloy housing, available in one single dark gray color Iron Gray.

The laptops are equipped with Intel Core of the eighth generation of the family Whiskey Lake, memory 8 or 16 GB (LPDDR3 is, therefore, no longer waiting). Volume PCIe SSD up to 2 TB. As in the previous generation, there is a system of four microphones long range. With them assistants Cortana and Alexa will hear the user’s commands in a radius of four meters. Damper Webcams ThinkShutter now used even on versions with an infrared camera for Windows Hello.

For Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon uses a different display with a diagonal of 14 inches. There is a Full HD panel with brightness of 400 CD/m2 and low power consumption, optionally available protection from peeping ThinkPad PrivacyGuard. It allows one button click to reduce the angles. Also a matrix with a QHD resolution, and 4K display will be the bright (500 CD/m2). Screen that supports touch input offers the modest brightness 300 CD/m2.

The dimensions of the laptop are 323x216x14.95 mm and weighs only 1.08 kg. There are two Thunderbolt port 3 USB-C, two full-sized USB 3.1, HDMI interface, 3.5 mm audio Jack and the ability to connect proprietary docking stations. In some configurations, the modem will support networks 4G LTE Cat. 16. Battery capacity is 51 W·h, the manufacturer promises up to 15 hours, while the autonomy greatly depends on the scenario and screen resolution.

 


 


 


 

 

 

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga touch 14-inch display rotates 360 degrees. Here too you can choose from Full HD, QHD and 4K UHD panels, in the latter case the brightness is 500 CD/m2, and the rest only 300 CD/m2. Characteristics and a set of interfaces identical to the “carbon”, but the shifter was a bit thicker and heavier than the classic laptop. With dimensions of 323x218x15.2 mm it weighs 1.35 kg.
What about the monitor?

 


 


 


 

 

 

Lenovo ThinkVision P44w with a screen diagonal of 43.4 inches and an aspect ratio of 32:10 was the equivalent of two 24-inch displays with 16:10. Total panel resolution is 3840×1200 pixels. It covers 99% sRGB, response time is 4 MS in Overdrive mode. The monitor can simultaneously connect two sources of signal ports is enough: two USB Type-C, two HDMI 2.0 and one DisplayPort 1.4. Also has a audio Jack and a hub for four USB 3.0 ports.
When and how much?

In the U.S. market sales of laptops will begin in June at a price of $1710 for Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon and $1930 for X1 Yoga. P44w ThinkVision monitor valued at $1200, the release in April.

Sources: Lenovo Liliputing