Lenovo has run the ThinkPad line running strong since purchasing the brand from IBM of a decade ago. The iconic business Windows PC series but highlights the old laptops we know also love, just today’s excellent ThinkPads feature and cutting-edge designs before-mentioned as super-thin ultrabooks and 2-in-1 touchscreen convertibles, including the X1 series describing the ThinkPad crop’s best. As the first time always, the latest ThinkPad X1 Reproduction – an update of one of our all-time favorites – was just going on sale too.
This flagship of the ThinkPad formation is the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon and is presently in its seventh production. In fact, this year the 7th-gen model was recently rolled out, so this’s not a large blow, this is the first time we’ve noticed it go on sale. Us hasn’t also become the opportunity to review the latest 2019 refresh, but Lenovo has more modernized the design of produce ThinkPad’s smallest, lightest yet. Also, those bezels were slimmed down about the 14-inch screen, further decreasing the already-small footprint of the laptop.
The items we usually enjoy on the ThinkPad X1 Carbon was its soft-touch carbon materials that saw good and felt good. However, this feature too shines in the unique shape of the Carbon – something that ThinkPad fans have all come to await of a laptop by the brand – and reliable hardware, including the 2019 regular Thinkpad X1 Carbon packing an 8th-generation Intel Core i5-8265U CPU, 8 GB RAM, and 256 GB SSD.