Quick review of Lenovo ThinkPad X1
The X1 measures less than 17mm thick and weighs 1.72kg, which makes it light and easy to carry around. The laptop has a 13.3in display which is made of Corning Gorilla Glass that is scratch-resistant.
The notebook is designed with mobility in mind - it uses Enhanced Experience 2.0 software which starts up the notebook in just about 20 seconds on average, so users can start working on it quickly.
The X1 also features RapidCharge battery technology that charges the battery to 80% in just 30 minutes.
The X1's four-cell battery is rated to last up to five hours.
Users can also opt to purchase a RapidCharge external battery for the X1 to double its battery life to 10 hours.
The company has also made changes to the keyboard's appearance by eliminating legacy keys such as SysRq while keeping dedicated multimedia and voice-calling controls buttons.
Also, the keys are backlit so that users can work on the X1 in any lighting conditions.
The X1 can be configured to run on a second-generation Intel Core i3, i5, or i7 processor and up to 8GB RAM.
Standard features include Dolby Home Theatre enhanced audio, HDMI port and a fingerprint reader for authentication.
The price for the X1 starts at USD 2,999 and it's expected to be available next week.