Chinese computer manufacturer Lenovo said today that it will be launching a “lighter and quicker” ThinkPad notebook computer this month. According to Lenovo, the tablet, with the moniker ThinkPad X1 Carbon, will mostly appeal to consumers who love the convenience of using smartphones and tablets. If ThinkPad X1 Carbon sounds a little familiar to you, then you must have read our quick hands-on demo of the device in May this year.
Dilip Bhatia, the Vice President of the ThinkPad business unit, explained that its latest ThinkPad will include a third-generation wireless connectivity as well as other features inspired by tablets and smartphones. As we mentioned before, the ThinkPad X1 Carbon will sport a 14-inch display and a lightweight design – weighing only three pounds.
Apart from its tough and durable body, the ThinkPad X1 Carbon is said to have up to eight hours of battery life, thanks to its rapid-charge battery. In spite of the growing tablet market, Lenovo still believes that there will be a strong demand of notebooks in businesses, the education sector, and the government.
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