Review of Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Laptop
An IT admin's dream
Up to 15 hours of battery life and multi-touch screen —along with RapidCharge technology—keep you on-task wherever the road leads.
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Every laptop has its best quality that can boost the user’s specialty of usage. This week, we will feature some of the laptops best performing on their field of specialty. First off is a laptop best for performing business tasks, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon. Recognized as Best Business Laptop at CES 2018. Although most Lenovo laptops are made for business tasks, their ThinkPad X1 is the latest that rank in the line. With its stunning, new look, the ultralight ThinkPad X1 Carbon merges elegant design, seamless responsiveness, and legendary durability to create the ultimate in mobile productivity.
The new ThinkPad X1 Carbon offers robust security features, including ThinkShutter, which covers the front-facing HD webcam, and match-on-chip fingerprint readers with anti-spoofing technology that helps safeguard company data while providing more secure authentication and log-in. The new 8th generation Intel Quad Core CPUs boost performance 35% over the previous generation. Memory is even faster too with LPDDR3. Plus, with 512GB SSD, the ThinkPad X1 boots faster and launches programs quicker. The ThinkPad X1 Carbon delivers up to 15 hours of battery life. If you’re running low, the RapidCharge technology provides 80% capacity in just an hour. So a 60-minute lunch break or a layover can easily boost your battery up to 12 hours. The ThinkPad X1 Carbon includes Intel Thunderbolt 3—the technology that brings lightning-fast data transfer, up to 40Gbs to USB-C. You can also connect a cable from your USB-C port to a Thunderbolt 3-enabled device, and get four times the data and twice the video bandwidth of any other port type, while also supplying power. So you get Thunderbolt, USB 3.0 data transfer, and DisplayPort all rolled into one.