As the new laptops are launching in the starting of the year, it looks like this year is going to be a year of laptops. HP has already announced a number of laptops in the CES 2021 event earlier. It looked like HP has left no space for other brands but Lenovo has got its product to stay in the game and compete against HP.
The company has launched its thinnest ever ThinkPad, ‘ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga’ which will be available for orders this month. The product has been priced starting wig $1899 for the lowest variant.
The ThinkPad X1 Carbon will be sold at a price of $1429. The ThinkPad X1 Yoga will be sold at a starting price of $1569. There is also a special laptop, a laptop which will be a detachable one so you can convert it into a tablet in no time. It is named ss ThinkPad X12 detachable and will be sold for $1149. The laptop has a width of just 11mm with a 13.5 inches screen size with a low power display which will have a Dolby Atmos Speakers and Dolby HDR support.
The new laptops are completely next gen laptops which will be covered in titanium material. These are redesigned products with an improved user experience. It will also have a fingerprint reader with Computer Vision Experience (CVx) support.
THE DETACHABLE ONE
The touch screen ThinkPad X12 detachable laptop was the most eye-catching product in the event. With the protection of corning gorilla glass 3 and will also support Lenovo’s precision pen. The device will easily be converted into a tablet in no time.
The ThinkPad laptops will be powered by 11 generation Intel Core Processors with Intel Iris Xe graphics which will improve the overall speed and performance of the system.
As the companies are releasing really great products in the market, it seems like this year is going to be a revolutionary year with so cool and high-tech products launching. People are no doubt going to be confused a lot to decide what to choose among the given alternatives. It’s just the two companies that have announced their products. There are other companies also in the list which might be in the mood of surprising the audience.
So, did you like the detachable ThinkPad X12?