Before CES 2020, Lenovo released the 8th generation ThinkPad X1 carbon and 5th generation ThinkPad X1 Yoga notebooks.
Briefly, the new product is upgraded to 10 generations of core comet lake-u vPro processor, equipped with a new keyboard design, added Wi Fi 6 support, etc.
The 8-generation x1c and 5-generation X1 Yoga keep the same shape as before, the former is 1.09kg/14.9mm thick, the latter is 1.3kg/15.25mm thick, the highest configuration is 4K 10 bit Dolby screen, 6-core CPU, 16GB lpddr3 memory, 2TB SSD, etc.
The picture is X1c.
The main changes are as follows: first, there is an additional set of FN function keys for IP voice phone (Ru Skype), but the overall keyboard is still scissor foot design, with a good feel; second, the Wi Fi 6 mentioned above, third, the 1080p anti camera screen with 500 nit brightness can be selected, and the privacyalert software package can be used, that is, when someone is detected, a prompt will pop up and the anti camera mode will be enabled.
The picture is X1 yoga. Notice that the logo has been changed
The interface provides three full-size USB 3.1, two lightning 3, one HDMI 1.4, etc. In terms of endurance, both batteries are 51wh, but the x1c has a maximum of 18 hours, while yoga has only 15 hours.
It is reported that the starting price of x1c is US $1499, and that of X1 yoga is US $1599. Lenovo said that it would go public at the end of the year.