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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 1.8GHz i5-3427U 14" 1600 x 900pixels 3G Ultrabook

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X1 Carbon
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N3N2SPB
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A notebook, also known as laptop, is a portable computer. When you are looking for the right notebook, it is important to know where you are going to work with it. Do you want to use it on the road? Choose a model with a special energy-saving \'mobile\' processor, a good battery and a reasonably small display. This will allow you to work longer with the same battery and saves you the trouble of carrying around a large display that consumes a lot of precious battery power. Or will you be using you notebook mainly in places where you will have access to a power outlet? Then choose a desktop processor (more processing power for less money) and an ordinary battery. This will save you a lot of money, which you could then spend on a bigger screen. You\'ll work faster because you can view more information at once and it\'s great for multimedia!
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Long product name Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 1.8GHz i5-3427U 14" 1600 x 900pixels 3G Ultrabook :
The short editorial description of Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 1.8GHz i5-3427U 14" 1600 x 900pixels 3G Ultrabook

Intel Core i5-3427U (1.80GHz), 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 35.56 cm (14 ") 1600x900 LCD, Intel HD Graphics, Intel 802.11agn, WWAN, Bluetooth, Secure Chip, UltraNav, FPR, 4c Battery, Windows 7 Professional 64
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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 1.8GHz i5-3427U 14" 1600 x 900pixels 3G Ultrabook:
The official marketing text of Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 1.8GHz i5-3427U 14" 1600 x 900pixels 3G Ultrabook as supplied by the manufacturer
A LEGEND 20 YEARS IN THE MAKING.
The X1 Carbon brings a new level of quality to the ThinkPad legacy of high standards and innovation. It starts with the durable, carbon fiber-reinforced roll cage, making for the best Ultrabook™ construction available, and adds a host of other new features on top of the old favorites. Because for 20 years, we haven't stopped innovating. And you shouldn't stop benefiting from that.
Short summary description Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 1.8GHz i5-3427U 14" 1600 x 900pixels 3G Ultrabook:
This short summary of the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 1.8GHz i5-3427U 14" 1600 x 900pixels 3G Ultrabook data-sheet is auto-generated and uses the product title and the first six key specs.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon, 3rd gen Intel® Core™ i5, 1.8 GHz, 35.6 cm (14"), 1600 x 900 pixels, 8 GB, 256 GB
Long summary description Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 1.8GHz i5-3427U 14" 1600 x 900pixels 3G Ultrabook :

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon. Product type: Ultrabook, Form factor: Clamshell. Processor family: 3rd gen Intel® Core™ i5, Processor model: i5-3427U, Processor frequency: 1.8 GHz. Display diagonal: 35.6 cm (14"), HD type: HD+, Display resolution: 1600 x 900 pixels. Internal memory: 8 GB, Internal memory type: DDR3-SDRAM. Total storage capacity: 256 GB, Storage media: SSD. On-board graphics adapter. 3G. Operating system installed: Windows 7 Professional

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Design
Product type *
The sub-category of the product.
Ultrabook
Form factor *
The shape or design of the product.
Clamshell
Intel segment tagging
Enterprise, Small Business
Display
Display diagonal *
Size of the display for this product, measured diagonally, usually in inches.
35.6 cm (14")
Display resolution *
The number of distinct pixels in each dimension that can be displayed. It is usually quoted as width × height, with the units in pixels: for example, "1024 × 768" means the width is 1024 pixels and the height is 768 pixels. The higher the number of pixels, the sharper the image.
1600 x 900 pixels
LED backlight
A backlight is a form of illumination used in liquid crystal displays (LCDs). One type of backlight is made by LEDs, which can be either white or RGB (red green blue). White LEDs are used most often in notebooks and desktop screens, and in virtually all mobile LCD screens. RGB LEDs for backlighting are found in high-end color proofing displays such as HP DreamColor LP2480zx monitor or selected HP EliteBook notebooks, as well as newer consumer grade displays such as Dell's Studio series laptops which have an optional RGB LED display.
Yes
HD type
Type of supported High Definition (e.g. Full HD, 4K Ultra HD).
HD+
Aspect ratio
The aspect ratio is the ratio of the width of a shape to its height. For example, 4:3 is common for standard displays and 16:9 is the ratio for Widescreen TV.
16:9
Display brightness
Brightness is the amount of radiating light emitted from the screen. The brightness rating is measured in candellas per square meter, commonly known as 'nits'.
300 cd/m²
Contrast ratio (typical)
The difference in light intensity between the brightest white and the darkest black.
400:1
Processor
Processor frequency *
The speed that the microprocessor executes each instruction or each vibration of the clock. The CPU requires a fixed number of clock ticks, or cycles, to execute each instruction. The faster the clocks rate, the faster the CPU, or the faster it can execute instructions. Clock Speeds are usually determined in MHz, 1 MHz representing 1 million cycles per second, or in GHz, 1 GHz representing 1 thousand million cycles per second. The higher the CPU speed, the better a computer will perform.
1.8 GHz
Processor family *
A family of processors is a group of processors produced by one company over a short period of time e.g. Intel Pentium processors.
3rd gen Intel® Core™ i5
Processor model *
The model number for the processor in a computer.
i5-3427U
Processor boost frequency
The turbo boost is an automatic, managed accelleration of the processor when one of the cores is overloaded.
2.8 GHz
Processor cores
The number of central processing units ('cores') in a processor. Some processors have 1 core, others have 2 (e.g. Intel Core Duo) or more (e.g. the Intel Xeon E7-2850 has 10 cores).
2
Processor threads
4
System bus rate
A bus is a communication system that transfers data between components inside a computer, or between computers. The system bus rate is the speed at which data is transferred in this communication system.
5 GT/s
Processor cache
3 MB
Processor socket
Mechanical component(s) that provides mechanical and electrical connections between a microprocessor and a printed circuit board (PCB). This allows the processor to be replaced without soldering.
BGA 1023
Processor cache type
Smart Cache
Motherboard chipset
The chipset connects the microprocessor to the rest of the motherboard.
Intel QS77 Express
Processor manufacturer
The manufacturer that produced the processor.
Intel
Processor lithography
The process which is performed by the processor e.g. CPU (Central Processing Unit).
22 nm
Processor operating modes
Operating modes for the processors that place restrictions on the type and scope of operations for certain processes run by the CPU. This design allows the operating system to run with more privileges than application software.
64-bit
Stepping
L1
Bus type
DMI
Processor codename
Ivy Bridge
Thermal Design Power (TDP)
17 W
Processor series
Intel Core i5-3400 Mobile series
FSB Parity
No
Maximum number of PCI Express lanes
1
PCI Express slots version
2.0
PCI Express configurations
1x16,2x8,1x8+2x4
Tjunction
105 °C
CPU multiplier (bus/core ratio)
18
Integrated 4G WiMAX
Yes
Conflict Free processor
"Conflict free" means "DRC conflict free", which is defined by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission rules to mean products that do not contain conflict minerals (tin, tantalum, tungsten and/or gold) that directly or indirectly finance or benefit armed groups in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) or adjoining countries.
Yes
ECC supported by processor
No
Memory
Internal memory *
A computer's memory which is directly accessible to the CPU.
8 GB
Internal memory type *
The type of internal memory such as RAM, GDDR5.
DDR3-SDRAM
Maximum internal memory *
The maximum internal memory which is available in the product.
8 GB
Memory clock speed
The frequency at which the memory (e.g. RAM) runs.
1333 MHz
Memory layout (slots x size)
The slots and size of the memory for the CPU.
1 x 8 GB
Storage
Total storage capacity *
The total amount of data that can be stored on the device.
256 GB
Storage media *
Used for the storage of date e.g. HDD (hard disk drive), SSD (solid-state drive).
SSD
Card reader integrated *
The device includes a card reader e.g. a card reader in the disk bay of a computer or thin client to permit log-on using smart/pin cards.
Yes
Number of SSDs installed
1
Solid-state drive capacity
The Solid State Drive's data storage capacity.
256 GB
Solid-state drive interface
The type of interface(s) with which the Solid State Drive is connected to other hardware.
Serial ATA
Compatible memory cards
Types of memory cards which can be used with this product.
MMC,SD,SDHC,SDXC
Graphics
On-board graphics adapter *
Graphics hardware which is built into the motherboard or CPU, as opposed to a separate graphics adapter (video card). On-board graphics uses CPU and RAM for graphics processing.
Yes
Discrete graphics adapter *
No
On-board graphics adapter model *
"Graphic adapter" is the hardware that produces images on a display. "On-board" means that the graphics adapter is intergrated inside the motherboard.
Intel HD Graphics 4000
Discrete graphics adapter model *
A graphics adapter (often known as a video card) generates images for a display. A discrete graphics adapter plugs into the motherboard, and usually produces much better graphics than an integrated graphics adapter. There are various models of discrete graphics adapters.
Not available
On-board graphics adapter family
Intel® HD Graphics
On-board graphics adapter base frequency
350 MHz
On-board graphics adapter dynamic frequency (max)
1150 MHz
Number of displays supported (on-board graphics)
The feature may not be available on all computing systems. Functionality, performance, and other benefits of this feature may vary depending on system configuration.
3
On-board graphics adapter ID
0x166
Audio
Audio system
System used to play music or speech.
HD Audio
Number of built-in speakers
2
Speaker power
2 W
Built-in microphone
Microphone that is found inside the product.
Yes
Optical drive
Optical drive type *
An optical drive uses laser to read optical discs such as CDs, DVDs and Blu-Ray. Some types of optical drive are: CD ROM drive, CR-RW (CD writer) drive, DVD-ROM.
No
LightScribe
Optical disc recording technology, created by Hewlett-Packard (HP), that uses specially coated recordable CD and DVD media to produce laser-etched labels with text or graphics, as opposed to stick-on labels and printable discs.
No
Networking
Bluetooth *
Bluetooth is a low-power radio technology developed to replace the cables and wires currently used to link or connect electronic devices such as personal computers, printers, and a wide variety of handheld devices including mobile phones. Because it uses radio-wave connectivity, a Bluetooth-enabled device has a constant, established connection to whatever browser it uses. This saves the user the trouble of logging on to check for emails or news updates, for example.
Yes
3G *
Third generation of mobile telecommunications technology, 3G finds application in wireless voice telephony, mobile Internet access, fixed wireless Internet access, video calls and mobile TV.
Yes
Wi-Fi *
Popular technology that allows an electronic device to exchange data or connect to the internet wirelessly using radio waves.
Yes
Wi-Fi standards *
The type of wireless local area network (LAN). It can be ad-hoc, where units in a network communicate peer-to-peer, or Infrastructure, where units communicate with each other via an access point A LAN interconnects computers in a small area e.g. home, school or office.
802.11a,802.11b,802.11g,802.11n
Ethernet LAN *
An Ethernet LAN (Local Area Network) interface is present, for a wired conection via a cable.
No
Bluetooth version
The type of bluetooth technology in the product e.g. Bluetooth Smart (v4.0).
4.0
Ports & interfaces
USB 2.0 ports quantity *
Number of USB 2.0 ports (connecting interfaces) in the device. USB 2.0 was released in April 2000 (now called "Hi-Speed"), adding higher maximum signaling rate of 480 Mbit/s (effective throughput up to 35 MB/s or 280 Mbit/s), USB 2.0 ports are usually black.
1
USB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-A ports quantity *
1
DVI port
Digital Visual Interface (DVI) is a video display interface to connect a video source to a display device, such as a computer monitor.
No
Microphone in
The socket where a microphone is connected to the device.
No
S/PDIF out port
S/PDIF (Sony/Philips Digital Interconnect Format) is a digital audio interconnect used in consumer audio equipment over relatively short distances. The signal is transmitted over either a coaxial cable with RCA connectors or a fibre optic cable with TOSLINK connectors.
No
Combo headphone/mic port
Yes
DC-in jack
The socket/plug where the DC electricity supply connects to the device.
Yes
ExpressCard slot
Port for an ExpressCard, which contain electronic circuitry and connectors to which external devices (peripherals) can be connected. The ExpressCard standard has replaced the PC Card (also known as PCMCIA) standard and has been used since 2006.
No
CardBus PCMCIA slot type
The type of slots for CardBus PCMCIA.
No
SmartCard slot
A smart card, chip card, or integrated circuit card (ICC) is any pocket-sized card with embedded integrated circuits. Smart cards can provide identification, authentication, data storage and application processing. Smart card slots can be found in various electronic devices e.g. thin clients.
No
Ports & interfaces
Mini DisplayPorts quantity
1
Keyboard
Numeric keypad *
Small, palm-sized, seventeen key section of a computer keyboard, usually on the very far right. The numeric keypad features digits 0 to 9, addition (+), subtraction (-), multiplication (*) and division (/) symbols, a decimal point (.) and Num Lock and Enter keys. Laptop keyboards often do not have a numpad, but may provide numpad input by holding a modifier key (typically labelled "Fn") and operating keys on the standard keyboard.
No
Pointing device
ThinkPad UltraNav
Keyboard layout
The type of keys on a keyboard, and their position on the keyboard. This can differ from country to country.
QWERTY
Spill resistant keyboard
Yes
Software
Operating system installed *
Type of operating system on a device e.g. IOS on Apple devices, Android for mobile devices.
Windows 7 Professional
Operating system architecture
The way in which the operating system of a computer/smartphone (32-bit/64-bit) is set up.
64-bit
Processor special features
Intel® Wireless Display (Intel® WiDi)
Connect to TV Wirelessly\nWith a few clicks, Intel® Wireless Display expands your screen’s potential, linking mobile devices and laptops to TV screens wirelessly. Stream family favorites and view personal experiences while turning your device’s small screen into a superior, sharable experience.
Yes
Intel® My WiFi Technology (Intel® MWT)
Intel® My WiFi Technology (Intel® MWT) uses an extensible software architecture that allows the operating system to think the notebook has two Wi-Fi radios performing similar, but different, functions. Each virtual Wi-Fi radio is assigned a TCP/IP stack.
Yes
Intel® Anti-Theft Technology (Intel® AT)
Disable access to missing laptops\nGiving users access to corporate data and application through remote laptops boosts productivity, but it can also leave IT vulnerable to hackers and misplaced laptops. Intel® Anti-Theft Technology is built into the laptop hardware, helping IT administrators outwit thieves, even when they attempt to reimage the OS, change the boot order, or install a new hard drive. When laptops with Intel® Anti-Theft Technology (Intel® AT) become lost or stolen, they can be remotely disabled. If the laptop is recovered, it can be quickly reactivated to normal operation.
Yes
Intel® Identity Protection Technology (Intel® IPT)
Protect Your Identity and Business\nIntel® Identity Protection Technology (Intel® IPT) protects enterprises from being penetrated by stolen credentials and online user account access with an added layer of hardware-based security and authentication as well as a multifactor authentication framework to manage different authentication methods.
Yes
Intel® vPro™ Technology
Leading-Edge Security for an Unwired Workplace\nThe capabilities of Intel® vPro™ technology help IT leadership protect cloud and virtual environments from rootkits and malware threats while ensuring that their organization can keep up with workforce demands. Hardware-based features support centralized image management and administration, secure network storage, and out-of-band protection.
Yes
Intel® Hyper Threading Technology (Intel® HT Technology)
Improved Performance for Threaded Software\nIntel® Hyper-Threading Technology (Intel® HT Technology) makes efficient use of processor resources, enabling multiple threads to run on each core and increasing processor throughput. Available on Intel® Core™ and Intel® Xeon® processors, Intel HT Technology helps run demanding applications simultaneously, protect and manage systems, and provide headroom for business growth.
Yes
Intel® Turbo Boost Technology
Higher Performance When You Need It Most\nIntel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 accelerates processor and graphics performance by increasing the operating frequency when operating below specification limits. The maximum frequency varies depending on workload, hardware, software, and overall system configuration.
2.0
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology
Yes
Intel® Clear Video HD Technology (Intel® CVT HD)
See the World More Vividly\nIntel® Clear Video HD Technology delivers cleaner, sharper images, more natural, accurate, and vivid colors. View images as they were meant to be seen on devices featuring Intel® Core™ processors with Intel® Graphics Technology.
Yes
Intel Clear Video Technology
No
Intel® InTru™ 3D Technology
Add a new dimension to your viewing experience. Now you can play games and watch your favorite 3D movies with Blu-ray Stereo 3D playback using passive or active shutter 3D glasses. InTru™ 3D technology by Intel in association with Dreamworks delivers it all in 1080p full high-definition resolution on your TV over HDMI 1.4.
Yes
Intel® Insider™
Experience a whole new level of premium HD entertainment with Intel® Insider™—available exclusively with 5th generation Intel® Core™ processors.
Yes
Intel® Quick Sync Video Technology
Create, Edit, and Share Video in a Flash\nIntel® Quick Sync Video uses the dedicated media processing capabilities of Intel® Graphics Technology to make video encoding tasks—such as creating DVDs or Blu-ray discs, creating and editing 3D videos, converting 2D video files into 3D, and converting video for portable media players and social networking sites—faster and easier.
Yes
Intel Flex Memory Access
Yes
Intel® Smart Cache
Improve Responsiveness with Faster Data Access\nWith Intel® Smart Cache on the Intel® Core™ i5 processor, the shared cache is dynamically allocated to each processor core, based on workload. This efficient, dual-core-optimized implementation increases the probability that each core can access data from the fast cache, significantly reducing latency to frequently used data and improving performance.
Yes
Intel® AES New Instructions (Intel® AES-NI)
Added Security with Faster Data Encryption\nThe Intel® Advanced Encryption Standard New Instructions (Intel® AES-NI) enable fast and secure data encryption and decryption for better performance and less risk from timing and cache-based attacks than table-based software implementations. Intel AES-NI supports usages such as standard key lengths, standard modes of operation, and even some nonstandard or future variants.
Yes
Intel Trusted Execution Technology
Yes
Intel Enhanced Halt State
Yes
Intel VT-x with Extended Page Tables (EPT)
Yes
Intel Demand Based Switching
No
Intel® Secure Key
Generate Cryptographic Security Protocols\nIntel® Secure Key is a security hardware-based random number generator that can generate high-quality keys for cryptographic (encryption and decryption) protocols. These keys provide quality entropy that is highly sought after in the cryptography world for added security.
Yes
Intel® Clear Video Technology for Mobile Internet Devices (Intel CVT for MID)
No
Intel 64
Yes
Execute Disable Bit
Yes
Idle States
Yes
Thermal Monitoring Technologies
Yes
Processor package size
31
Supported instruction sets
AVX
Processor code
SR0N7
CPU configuration (max)
1
Embedded options available
No
Graphics & IMC lithography
22 nm
Intel Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O (VT-d)
Simplify Virtualization and Reduce Overheads\nIntel® Virtualization Technology (Intel® VT) helps make virtualization practical by eliminating performance overheads, reducing complexity, and improving security with hardware assistance. Virtualization allows multiple workloads to share a common set of resources so that a variety of workloads can co-locate while maintaining full isolation from each other.
Yes
Intel Identity Protection Technology version
1.00
Intel Secure Key Technology version
1.00
Intel Virtualization Technology (VT-x)
Simplify Virtualization and Reduce Overheads\nIntel® Virtualization Technology (Intel® VT) helps make virtualization practical by eliminating performance overheads, reducing complexity, and improving security with hardware assistance. Virtualization allows multiple workloads to share a common set of resources so that a variety of workloads can co-locate while maintaining full isolation from each other.
Yes
Intel Dual Display Capable Technology
Yes
Intel FDI Technology
Yes
Intel Rapid Storage Technology
No
Intel Fast Memory Access
Yes
Processor ARK ID
64903
Battery
Battery technology
The type of battery in the device, e.g. nickel–cadmium (NiCd).
Lithium Polymer (LiPo)
Number of battery cells
4
Battery life (max)
Maximum battery life. Mobile Mark™ (2002) is the standard often used to benchmark battery life time.
8.2 h
Power
AC adapter power
90 W
Security
Cable lock slot
Holes on the edge of devices through which a cable lock can be passed, so the device can be locked to a desk etc.
Yes
Fingerprint reader
A scanner used to identify a person's fingerprint for security purposes. After a sample is taken, access to a computer or other system is granted if the fingerprint matches the stored sample. A PIN may also be used with the fingerprint sample.
Yes
Trusted Platform Module (TPM)
Yes
Password protection type
HDD, Power on, Supervisor
Weight & dimensions
Weight *
Weight of the product without packaging (net weight). If possible, the net weight is given including standard accessories and supplies. Please note that sometimes the manufacturer leaves out the weight of accessories and/or supplies.
1.36 kg
Width *
The measurement or extent of something from side to side.
331 mm
Depth *
The distance from the front to the back of something.
226 mm
Height (front)
The height of the frontside of the product.
8 mm
Height (rear)
Height of the backside of the product.
1.88 cm
Packaging data
AC adapter included
Yes
Certificates
Energy Star certified
This indicates that the product is compliant with Energy Star, which is an international standard for energy-efficient consumer products.
Yes
RoHS compliance
The Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive aims to restrict certain dangerous substances commonly used in electrical and electronic equipment. Any RoHS compliant product is tested for the presence of Lead (Pb), Cadmium (Cd), Mercury (Hg), Hexavalent chromium (Hex-Cr), Polybrominated biphenyls (PBB), and Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE). PBB and PBDE are flame retardants used in several plastics. For Cadmium and Hexavalent chromium, there must be less than 0.01% of the substance by weight at raw homogeneous materials level. For Lead, PBB, and PBDE, there must be no more than 0.1% of the material, when calculated by weight at raw homogeneous materials. Any RoHS compliant component must have 100 ppm or less of mercury and the mercury must not have been intentionally added to the component. In the EU, some military and medical equipment are exempt from RoHS compliance.
Yes
EPEAT compliance
EPEAT (Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool) is a way to measure the impact of a product on the environment. The most environmentally-friendly products are given a Gold rating, and the least given a Bronze.
Gold
Other features
Infrared data port
A data port that uses infra-red data association (irDA) as the standard for wireless communications between computer and mobile phone devices. For example, to update the phone list on your irDA-enabled PC, you would line up the infra-red ports on each device and then transfer the phone information to your PC. This is a wireless transfer, so you don't need a cable or extra software.
No
Graphics adapter family
Intel
Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2013-02-01
Testseek has collected 275 expert reviews for Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon and the average expert rating is 80 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
80%
Source Review comments Score
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2013-02-01
The ThinkPad laptop range is essentially the de facto standard for professionals. It’s been around in one form or another for over 20 years, but until now their uniform appearance and business-centric features haven’t exactly resulted in mass market ap...
Bottom line The ultimate business Ultrabook; Lenovo proves it knows what professionals want...
100%
itproportal.com
Updated:
2013-02-14
The ThinkPad recently celebrated its 20th birthday – that’s quite an impressive achievement for any product line, but it’s close to miraculous in the world of tech. The ThinkPad has been through some major changes over the past two decades, but one thing...
Good Sleek, minimalist design, Carbon fibre construction, Great keyboard that's spillproof, High resolution screen, Integrated 3G modem...
Bad No Ethernet port...
Bottom line The X1 Carbon is the best Ultrabook I’ve seen, and is the one laptop that’s tempting me to switch back to Windows from OS X – not because I prefer Windows, but because X1 Carbon itself is such a wonderful piece of hardware. If you’re a laptop power user...
100%
Bcchardware.com
Updated:
2015-02-18
Ultrabooks have become very popular thanks to the thin design and portability that they offer. Lenovo has merged the ultra-portable Ultrabook with their ThinkPad lineup to offer "Business" users the best of both worlds with the X1 Carbon. We've had the ch...
Good Solid...
Bad Lack of upgrade options...
Bottom line I never thought I would see the day where Lenovo would offer a ThinkPad as slim as the X1 Carbon. Traditionally the ThinkPad series of laptops has focused more on usability and being built tough to handle the abuse that a business user needs than being th...
93%
hardwareheaven.com
Updated:
2013-02-01
For the last 20 years the ThinkPad brand has been part of the laptop landscape. Initially under the IBM brand units bearing the ThinkPad badge were hugely popular in large organisations due to being very robust and compact for their time. In recent times...
Bottom line The ThinkPad brand has been successful for Lenovo, and before them IBM, but it is clear from the X1 Carbon that competing in a modern market takes style and performance in addition to high levels of build quality. After all your brand being certified for...
92%
kitguru.net
Updated:
2013-02-01
The IBM ThinkPad has legendary status, and when Lenovo took over production they were keen to take this iconic range into the next century. Equally so, Lenovo were aware that they couldn’t mess with the design too much, especially as the primary foc...
Good quiet, best laptop keyboard on the market, looks brilliant, extremely light, super thin, HD screen quality has improved since the last X1, trackpad is better, backlit keyboard...
90%
techgeek.com.au
Updated:
2015-02-18
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch has been out for quite a while now but we've finally got a chance to review this great device. This Ultrabook has been designed to be durable with a carbon fiber body, spill resistant keyboard and a thin and light figur...
Good Clean and thin design, great touchscreen, fantastic keyboard, HSPAincluded...
Bad Small amount of bloatware, touchpad unresponsive at times, viewing angles...
Bottom line A perfect Ultrabook for those looking for performance but still want to keep weight and size down.
90%
canadianreviewer.com
Updated:
2015-02-18
An Ultrabook unlike any other, the X1 Carbon is a premium business-class portable that has the ThinkPad DNA of durability and efficiency while maintaining all the features that matter in the Ultrabook class. There's no whiff of the shameless copying of th...
90%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2013-02-01
You may remember the original Lenovo ThinkPad X1 . It was Lenovo's first attempt at bringing a super-slim, streamlined aesthetic to its famous ThinkPad line, and it wasn't quite a success. Despite being sleek and offering high-end features, the laptop wa...
Good Stylish, light and sleek, Superb backlit, spillproof keyboard, Durable softtouch finish, Powerful specs, Good highres screen...
Bad No Ethernet port, Screen panel still TN...
Bottom line The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is everything the original X1 should have been. Though its TN screen doesn't quite match up to the premium style, build and features of this stunning Ultrabook, in every other regard it's easily the best business ultraportabl...
90%
gadgetguy.com.au
Updated:
2015-02-23
The race is on to make the thinnest computer, and Lenovo's X1 Carbon is certainly in it to win, boasting a fifth-generation Intel Core processor, up to 256GB of solid-state storage, and a keyboard that experienced typists are sure to fall for. We may be i...
Good Built very well, so much that it's military spec (MILSPEC), Excellent screen that isn't overly glossy (and yet isn't totally matte), Great battery life, Superb keyboard, Two types of mouse offered, with the TrackPoint pointing stick in the middle of the k...
Bad While it doesn't look like it should be, the X1 Carbon is a fingerprint magnet, Touchpad needs better gesture support, Screen could be a little brighter, No SD card slot...
Bottom line We were hoping our first Ultrabook of 2015 would be a good one, and what we were delivered wasn't just something good, but something great.It's hard not to be impressed by what's on offer, and Lenovo has left very little out of the package. Sure, there's...
90%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2015-02-01
Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Carbon Ultrabook is back, and its design has largely reverted back to a business-classic status that should please long-time fans of the brand. Primarily, the Adaptive keys that left us scratching our heads a little on the last model...
Good Highquality keyboard, Solid build quality, Great portability...
Bad An IPS screen isn't standard, No SD card slot...
85%
pcpro.co.uk
Updated:
2013-02-01
Despite a rich heritage of ThinkPad-branded laptops, Lenovo's 2011 vision of the ultimate boardroom Ultraportable, the ThinkPad X1 , simply didn't live up to expectations. Now, however, Lenovo has taken the X1 back to the drawing board, trimmed grams off...
Bottom line Lenovo revisits its disappointing X1, and the result is the ThinkPad Ultrabook we've all been waiting for...
83%
bit.com.au
Updated:
2014-03-26
Lenovo's 2011 vision of the ultimate boardroom ultraportable, the ThinkPad X1, simply didn't live up to expectations. Now, however, the company has gone back to the drawing board and attempted to right the wrongs of its predecessor. Enter Lenovo's busin...
83%
pcauthority.com.au
Updated:
2013-10-04
Lenovo's 2011 vision of the ultimate boardroom ultraportable, the ThinkPad X1, simply didn't live up to expectations. Now, however, the company has gone back to the drawing board and attempted to right the wrongs of its predecessor. Enter Lenovo's busines...
83%
itpro.co.uk
Updated:
2013-02-01
Bottom line Lenovo’s first ThinkPad Ultrabook wasn’t up to scratch, but the firm has addressed criticisms and nailed it second time around. The familiar ThinkPad design and build quality mean it’ll stand the rigours of the office, the trackpad and keyboard are sup...
83%
techradar.com
Updated:
2013-02-01
They haven't yet translated into a huge commercial success, or manifested themselves into the business world, but the allure of the Ultrabook has influenced the design of modern laptops, from budget family machines to high-end business beasts. Chunky b...
Good Great battery life, Top performance, Great build quality, Huge SSD drive, Lovely keyboard...
Bad Grainy screen, Lacks basic connections, Some poor software...
Bottom line The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is a boardroom winner that offers great all-round performance and comfort in a lightweight package. The few niggles with the screen and connections aside, if we chose one Ultrabook to be our business companion, we'd hire the...
80%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2013-02-01
Lenovo's ThinkPad laptops have always proven popular with business users, and the latest Thinkpad X1 Carbon offers buyers an ultrabook version of the platform, combining the latest Intel processors into a lightweight design using carbon fibre for durab...
Good Thin and light, rugged carbon-fibre casing, ThinkVantage technologies...
Bad Integrated battery, no Ethernet port, no dock connector...
Bottom line Lenovo's X1 Carbon delivers the ThinkPad business laptop in a super-slim ultrabook format, without compromising on performance or ruggedness. Like other ultrabooks, it is limited to an internal battery and cannot be docked to a desktop cradle...
80%
lint.com
Updated:
2013-02-01
Lugging around a hefty laptop can feel like a bag full of rocks over the shoulder. Not so with the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon, a carbon-fibre chassis laptop with a 13-inch screen that weighs in at 1.4kg. The Carbon X1’s main audience is the on-the-go b...
Good Tough carbon finish, trackpad feels great, backlit keyboard is comfortable for long typing periods, thin and light...
Bad The screen’s pixels are visible and headache inducing, it’s pricey, no Ethernet port, ThinkPad logo too prominent, not as light as some competition, pricier than a MacBook Air...
Bottom line The ThinkPad X1 Carbon ticks the thin, light and tough boxes without a doubt, but it's also pricey thanks to that tough exterior. It delivers a decent amount of power, has a reasonable battery life and is comfortable to use. But it's the screen quality...
80%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2013-02-01
Lugging around a hefty laptop can feel like a bag full of rocks over the shoulder. Not so with the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon, a carbon-fibre chassis laptop with a 14-inch screen that weighs in at 1.4kg. The Carbon X1’s main audience is the on-the-go b...
Good Tough carbon finish, trackpad feels great, backlit keyboard is comfortable for long typing periods, thin and light...
Bad The screen’s pixels are visible and headache inducing, it’s pricey, no Ethernet port, ThinkPad logo too prominent, not as light as some competition, pricier than a MacBook Air...
Bottom line The ThinkPad X1 Carbon ticks the thin, light and tough boxes without a doubt, but it's also pricey thanks to that tough exterior. It delivers a decent amount of power, has a reasonable battery life and is comfortable to use. But it's the screen quality...
80%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2013-02-01
If there's one word that you can't use to describe the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon, it's soft. On the contrary, it's one of the toughest, if not the current toughest 14in Ultrabook on the Australian market, and a lot of that is due to its construction, w...
Good Build quality, Keyboard, Large, smooth touchpad, Fast SSD...
Bad Vertical viewing angles a little narrow, RAM not upgradeable, Non-standard SSD, Pricey...
Bottom line Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Carbon is aimed at business users who need an Ultrabook management features and better security than a standard model. It's well built, quite comfortable to use, and performs quite well. However, it's not a user-serviceable unit an...
80%
itpro.co.uk
Updated:
2015-02-18
Lenovo has taken a bold step with its 2014 model, making tweaks to its critically acclaimed keyboard and also introducing a touch-based adaptive strip in place of traditional function keys. Of course the third generation model also aims to deliver the ye...
Good Great build quality; Antireflective screen coating is handy; Good for longform typing; Security features; 4G an option...
Bad No sd card slot; Expensive; Polarising keyboard changes...
Bottom line Despite some unnecessary input changes, the X1 Carbon remains a top professional Ultrabook...
80%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2015-02-18
Serious laptops don't have to be dull anymore. Just a few years ago, we'd have avoided those designed for business folk like we would a swaying drunk on the train - but the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon proves that Ultrabooks fit for business are now good eno...
Good Practical matte finish screen, supremely well equipped, very portable, tough carbon fibre construction, trackpad and keyboard comfortable for long periods of use, thin and light...
Bad Expensive, keyboard and function key changes will polarise opinion, ThinkPad logo might polarise opinion too, far pricier than a MacBook Air...
Bottom line The Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon isn't the right laptop for everyone. If you want to look cool in Starbucks, are out to spend as little as possible or want to play games, you're probably in the wrong place (although the X1 Carbon will breeze throu...
80%
wired.co.uk
Updated:
2015-02-18
The third incarnation of Lenovo's X1 Carbon comes with an improved HD+ screen and a few new innovations, including an adaptive keyboard that changes depending on which app you're using. But it might have been even better if that was the only change they'd...
Good Terrific screen, stylish design, ruggedish casing, fingerprint security...
Bad Odd keyboard layout, not cheap...
Bottom line The latest Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon is a pricey Ultrabook - no question. For your money you get an incredibly sharp screen and a tough, lightweight case, plus a few additional bells and whistles like the adaptive keyboard. But you also get a frustratin...
80%
digitalversus.com
Updated:
2015-02-18
Good Excellent manufacturing, Good display, Lightweight, Great keyboard and touchpad...
Bad Horrible speakers, Overheating when pushed to its fullest, No SD card reader...
Bottom line The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is an excellent laptop for business environments. It has perfect finish, it's lightweight and remarkable thin for a 14" model, and the keyboard and touchpad are easily the best we've reviewed to date. There are few minor draw...
80%
techradar.com
Updated:
2015-02-18
Business laptops are boring. There, I said it, and I doubt many would disagree. And judging by the looks of the new Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon, the company's designers would likely nod in agreement. Lenovo has developed a knack for sexing up the business U...
Good Clever adaptive keyboard, Fantastic design ID, Unmatched inputs...
Bad Generally dim screen, Average battery life, No SD card reader...
Bottom line The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is a business laptop that straddles the line between form and function more than ever after this update. For those with a penchant for aesthetics, here's a brand new design with some fantastic new features. And to keep the n...
80%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2013-02-01
Lenovo is justifiably proud of its ThinkPad X1 Carbon ultraportable laptop. The machine is incredibly thin—just 0.7 inch at its thickest point—and the chassis is built with carbon fibre, resulting in an Ultrabook that ships with a 1600-by-900-pixel LCD...
Bottom line Lenovo's X1 Carbon offers an understated look and exotic chassis material, but the LCD panel display quality could be better...
80%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2015-02-18
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon has been around for a while, but this is the first chance we've had to see it with a touchscreen. It's still as good as we remember it, and even though our review unit did the rounds extensively as a show model, it still perf...
Good Excellent keyboard, Screen isn't overly reflective, Feels solidy built and isn't too heavy...
Bad Touchpad a little too sensitive, Screen angles aren't great, Pro version of Windows 8 isn't standard...
Bottom line The addition of a touchscreen gives the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon more versatility when you're using Windows 8. It remains one of the best Ultrabooks on the market due to its overall build quality and an excellent keyboard...
80%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2015-02-18
What is the Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon Touch? Lenovo's Thinkpad X1 Carbon Touch is a stylish ultrabook pushing the top end for business users, and the touchscreen version of the standard Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon . With a 2GHz dual-core Intel Core i7 proce...
Good Excellent performance, Stylish, compact design, Extremely fast charge times, Ruggedly built to last...
Bad Poor screen quality for the price, Expensive...
Bottom line Fantastic performance for business users, let down by an unimpressive screen that makes the high price-tag a little hard to swallow. You can get performance that's not too much worse in models which are significantly cheaper, if you're less concerned abou...
80%
kitguru.net
Updated:
2015-02-18
Today we are taking a look at the latest ThinkPad X1 Carbon from Lenovo, which features a Multitouch screen. The review sample we received features a Core i7 processor, 240GB Solid State Drive and 8GB of DDR3 memory. With prices starting around £1,4...
Good fantastic build quality, responsive touchscreen, class leading keyboard, good SSD options, quick charging...
80%
itproportal.com
Updated:
2015-02-18
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch is an executive's Ultrabook. It's priced at almost £1500, and is slim, boasting a lovely carbon fibre construction, and it's powerful enough to view and edit large spreadsheets. It's light enough to be carried around th...
Good Slim and attractive, Speedy SSD, 1,600 x 900 resolution screen...
Bad Only average battery life, Limited I/O ports...
Bottom line The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch is an executive's dream laptop. It is made with the same carbon fibre that makes his golf club shafts so light and strong. It's nice to look at and is comfortable to use. It's got the power to do real work, from shredd...
80%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2015-02-18
Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Carbon was one of the best Ultrabooks when it launched last year. The 14in Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch adds Windows 8 and a touchscreen to the already impressive mix of stylish design, quality build and solid performance. The...
Bottom line Like all Ultrabooks the ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch offers decent performance in a portable package. We love the Carbon Touch's build and design, and the screen is great. Performance is solid. If you need a portable touchscreen laptop for your working lif...
80%
techradar.com/au/
Updated:
2014-04-12
They haven't yet translated into a huge commercial success, or manifested themselves into the business world, but the allure of the Ultrabook has influenced the design of modern laptops, from budget family machines to high-end business beasts.Chunky bland...
Good Great battery life, Top performance, Great build quality, Huge SSD drive, Lovely keyboard...
Bad Grainy screen, Lacks basic connections, Some poor software...
Bottom line Get more The latest computing news and features from TechRadar The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is a fantastic business Ultrabook, which marries fantastic build quality and lightweight design with top performance and a range of genuinely useful business feat...
80%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2015-02-18
Lenovo has continued tweaking the design of its ThinkPad X1 Carbon in a bid to streamline its features and include more of what the company's users want. Most of these tweaks can be seen in the keyboard layout, and in a new touch panel across the top of t...
Good 1440p, IPS screen resolution, Strong and mobile, Overall comfortable to use, Fast WiFi...
Bad No builtin SD card slot, New features could require a user adjustment period, SSD not as quick as we expected...
Bottom line The new version of Lenovo's X1 Carbon Ultrabook offers some physical changes that can take a while to get used to. And while it's a strong and well performing notebook overall, with a useful 1440p, IPS screen, we can't help but feel like it might alienate...
75%
Digitaltrends.com
Updated:
2015-02-18
Lenovo's X1 Carbon Touch was an impressive business-class Ultrabook when we looked at it last year, sporting an excellent keyboard and a solid-but-light carbon-fiber frame. However, we just weren't exactly thrilled with the laptop's screen or battery life...
Good Excellent input devices, Highresolution, matte touchscreen, Muchimproved battery life, Runs cool and quiet, even under heavy load...
Bad Keyboard changes will irk many touch typists, Screen should be brighter, Sealed battery still stinks for many business users...
Bottom line While the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon feels solidly built and impressively light, with pretty good battery life and a generally very comfortable keyboard, whether or not it's a good fit for you depends largely on how you weigh the changes Lenovo has made...
75%
Digitaltrends.com
Updated:
2015-03-17
The ThinkPad brand has always danced awkwardly with innovation. Business users and enthusiasts have greater need for cutting-edge technology than most, but they're also critical — and often resistant to change. They demand the best, but aren't forgiving t...
Good Rugged quality, Trackpointer is still excellent, Strong processor performance, Excellent battery life...
Bad Not the thinnest or lightest, Mediocre SSD and graphics performance, Expensive...
Bottom line Lenovo's flagship ThinkPad has aged well. While it doesn't seem as svelte as it once did, it remains a ruggedly built, quick machine with outstanding portability. There are elements that could be better, such as the display, but the Carbon proved at leas...
70%
techradar.com/au/
Updated:
2015-02-18
High performance laptops are nothing new, but until recently they were hulking beasts that could break one's back if carried out of the house. Things have changed - it's now possible to have top performance in ultra-portable packages, as demonstrated by t...
Good Slim build, Top power, Decent screen, Business features, Lightweight...
Bad No Ethernet, Poor battery, High price, Fiddly trackpad...
Bottom line On the surface, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch is one of the best built and best performing laptops we've reviewed. The quality and design is stunning, and it's able to smoke even the toughest tasks with ease. However, if the high price didn't mar t...
70%
pcpro.co.uk
Updated:
2015-02-18
Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Carbon has spent the last few months atop PC Pro's A-List, and for good reason: it's the first business Ultrabook worthy of the name, with gorgeous design meshing seamlessly with office-friendly features. Now, however, Lenovo's added...
Bottom line Lenovo adds multitouch to its business Ultrabook, the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, but it's far from an essential upgrade...
67%
ultrabookreview.com
Updated:
2015-02-18
A Haswell iteration of the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 has been much awaited and requested by many business ultra-portables' users around the globe. Lenovo finally delivered, with the ThinkPad X1 Carbon 2014 edition, but they did not just update the hardware of th...
Good sleek and sturdy built, slim and light for a 14 incher, solid performer, alright battery life, runs cool and mostly quiet, 4G/LTE modem included...
Bad poor usability changes involving the keyboard and trackpad, lacks an SD cardreader, poor webcam, puny speakers, the WQHD screen is somewhat muddy...
Bottom line On a first look, Lenovo's ThinkPax X1 Carbon 2014 looks like a great machine. Sleek, solid, powerful and packed with the latest features, it sound like a great pick for business environments. Unfortunately though, Lenovo chose to redefine the keyboard, tr...
60%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2015-02-18
Lenovo's X1 Carbon Touch updates the firm's ThinkPad ultrabook with a touch-enabled screen to make it a better device for Windows 8, but is otherwise pretty much the same as the ThinkPad X1 Carbon we tested out last year. In other words, the system is...
Good Thin and light, rugged carbon-fibre casing, touchscreen support for Windows 8...
Bad Pricey, sealed unit makes for poor serviceability, no Ethernet port, no dock connector...
Bottom line The X1 Carbon Touch adds touchscreen support for Windows 8 to Lenovo's business ultrabook line. Like the existing X1 Carbon, it is rugged and light but lacks some corporate features such as Ethernet and docking support...
60%
techradar.com
Updated:
2014-02-07
I recently claimed that the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga was the most slick in the range yet. But that was before I got my hands on the new ThinkPad X1 Carbon at CES 2014. I stand corrected. This is the classiest professional laptop I've seen yet from Lenovo.The...
Good Gorgeous design, Interesting keyboard tech, Fast, charging battery...
Bad A bit pricey, Adaptive Keyboard is limited...
Bottom line I recently claimed that the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga was the most slick in the range yet. But that was before I got my hands on the new ThinkPad X1 Carbon at CES 2014. I stand corrected. This is the classiest professional laptop I've seen yet from Lenovo. The...
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itbusiness.ca
Updated:
2015-02-18
The ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2014) is Lenovo's follow-up to what could be considered the first, and also one of the best, true business-class Ultrabook, the original X1 Carbon from 2012. While there is now a lot more choice when it comes to business Ultrabooks...
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pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2015-01-09
Lenovo has a new ultrabook that it showed off at CES 2015 in Las Vegas. It's called the 14-inch ThinkPad X1 Carbon. Described as a 14-inch performance ultrabook with a super bright FHD display, PCIe solid state drive, fifth-generation Intel Core processo...
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thunderbaylive.com
Updated:
2015-02-18
Lisa Gade reviews the 2014 Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon. This is the updated X1 Carbon with Intel Haswell CPUs inside, a redesigned Fn row on the keyboard and a WQHD touch screen. The X1 Carbon is a little thinner and lighter than the outgoing model, and thi...
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trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2015-02-18
What is the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 2014? The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is an Ultrabook, but one that subscribes to ThinkPad design philosophies, which are a lot less sugar sweet than those of the competition. It won't get passers-by coo'ing jealously...
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hardwarecanucks.com
Updated:
2013-02-01
There’s no better example of a modern Ultrabook than Lenovo’s X1 Carbon. It is slim, exceedingly well built, has a 1600×900 matte screen, sports an Ivy Bridge processor and weighs under 3 lbs. With a starting price of $1200, the X1 Carbon is expensiv...
Bottom line Lenovo is one of the few companies which rarely missteps on their products. Nearly every one of them has been well thought out, painstakingly designed and, most importantly, well executed for its intended market. The ThinkPad X1 Carbon carries on the t...
0%
delimiter.com.au
Updated:
2014-03-23
Lenovo's ThinkPads have long been somewhat of a standard in the corporate world, with countless workers relying on the laptop line to get them reliably through the work day and beyond. But has the ThinkPad's reputation for stellar build quality and...
Bottom line Overall, we really liked the X1 Carbon, and we think almost everyone in Australia's corporate and small business community who's got the laptop on their ‘potential buy' list will be pleased with it also. There are very few caveats to be added here to wha...
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pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2015-02-18
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch is a Windows 8 Ultrabook with a touchscreen. We put it to the test in this ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch touchscreen Ultrabook video review. See all laptop reviews . (Video filmed and edited by Domink Tomaszewski, narrated b...
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techradar.com
Updated:
2015-02-18
Want a high-end ultrabook that embraces the touch-centric nature of Windows 8 ? Lenovo is hoping that you do. We went hands on with the Lenovo ThinkPad Carbon X1 Touch at CES 2013 . Though our time with the machine was limited, it would seem that the Chin...
Good Thin and light, Awesome battery life, Fast charging...
Bad No Ethernet or monitor plugs, Matte screen is dull...
0%
techradar.com
Updated:
2015-01-07
The business laptop market is flooded with devices that pack a ton of storage and performance into giant, nearly unliftable bodies. Workstations like Lenovo's ThinkPad W540 ($2,573, £1,606, AU$2,946) and Dell's Precision M6800 ($3,490, £2,075, AU$3,750) o...
Good Lightweight, Sleek design, Super upgrades...
Bad Giant TrackPad, Fingerprint smudges, Price...
Bottom line The business laptop market is flooded with devices that pack a ton of storage and performance into giant, nearly unliftable bodies. Workstations like Lenovo's ThinkPad W540 ($2,573, £1,606, AU$2,946) and Dell's Precision M6800 ($3,490, £2,075, AU$3,750) o...
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techradar.com/au/
Updated:
2015-01-07
The business laptop market is flooded with devices that pack a ton of storage and performance into giant, nearly unliftable bodies. Workstations like Lenovo's ThinkPad W540 ($2,573, £1,606, AU$2,946) and Dell's Precision M6800 ($3,490, £2,075, AU$3,750) o...
Good Lightweight, Sleek design, Super upgrades...
Bad Giant TrackPad, Fingerprint smudges, Price...
Bottom line The ThinkPad Carbon X1 15 is an upgrade to last year's model. It's lighter, sturdier and more energy efficient. Unfortunately, these gains weren't dramatic and you'll find last year's model for less money online. Unless you're willing to customize and up...
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thunderbaylive.com
Updated:
2015-02-18
Lisa Gade reviews the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Ultrabook with Intel Ivy Bridge CPU. The X1 Carbon Ultrabook weighs 3 lbs. and has that distinctive raven black soft touch finish with a carbon fiber inner roll cage. It runs on Intel Core i5 and i7 ULV CPUs...
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thunderbaylive.com
Updated:
2015-02-18
Expert video review...
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thunderbaylive.com
Updated:
2015-02-18
Expert video review...
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Theinquirer.net
Updated:
2015-01-10
We got a chance to play with the device while runnign between the booths at CES 2015...
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trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2015-01-10
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon 2015 – A full-on update Intel is officially unwrapping its new Broadwell-U processors at CES 2015 , so we're seeing a few new and refreshed laptops this year. Leading the charge is the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon, an update to a po...
Bottom line I'm rarely disappointed by ThinkPads and the X1 Carbon 2015 is no exception. Fixing the unpopular changes of the last version will please devotees, while all the things that make these laptops great remains. If you're looking for a laptop upgrade in 2015...
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goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2013-09-22
Lenovo's X1 Carbon is named after the material from which it is constructed. It's a super-thin, 14in Ultrabook that employs carbon fibre both in its base and its lid, and it has been designed to stand up to the demands (and clumsiness) of business use. It...
Good Very thin and light for a 14in Ultrabook, Excellent keyboard...
Bad Only one port is USB 3.0, Ethernet is via a USB dongle...
Bottom line The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is an Ultrabook with a robust, carbon fibre-based body that's designed for business users. It's 14 inches, but it's still very thin and light and it felt great to use in our brief hands-on session...
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uk.hardware.info
Updated:
2013-03-20
Thinkpad is one of the most well-known names in the notebook market. Once upon a time, IBM was behind these laptops, but in recent years they've been the property of the Chinese company Lenovo. The Thinkpad brand still stands for quality, however. In ad...
Bottom line The Lenovo Carbon X1 is an outstanding portable workplace. It has a display with great resolution, offers impressive performance and again features a high-quality Lenovo keyboard. If you want an Ultrabook for daily use and need it to be one of the most...
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ultrabooknews.com
Updated:
2013-02-23
The full review of the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon was posted last week but today I've got a slightly more laid-back version for you as I talk you round this fantastic Ultrabook on video. See below for video, go here for the full review or check out our Le...
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ultrabooknews.com
Updated:
2013-02-23
What a pleasure it has been to test this high quality Ultrabook. What a disappointment it is though to see software affecting the experience. The Lenovo Thinkpad Carbon X1 review is below. Model tested: 3460-2SG S, a European model with 3G that retails f...
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crn.com.au
Updated:
2014-03-22
Lenovo's 2011 vision of the ultimate boardroom ultraportable, the ThinkPad X1, simply didn't live up to expectations. Now, however, the company has gone back to the drawing board and attempted to right the wrongs of its predecessor.Enter Lenovo's business...
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techradar.com/au/
Updated:
2014-04-14
I recently claimed that the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga was the most slick in the range yet. But that was before I got my hands on the new ThinkPad X1 Carbon at CES 2014. I stand corrected. This is the classiest professional laptop I've seen yet from Lenovo.The...
Good Gorgeous design, Interesting keyboard tech, Fastcharging battery...
Bad A bit pricey, Adaptive Keyboard is limited...
Bottom line Admittedly, it's tough not to look at the ThinkPad X1 Carbon not get a little giddy. This ultrabook is a beauty that should also be more than capable of handling most business-level tasks with ease. That Adaptive Keyboard is certainly interesting; it bri...
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