Lenovo introduces the ThinkPad X1 yoga with an OLED screen
Lenovo has unveiled at CES2106 its a ultra portable hybrid, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 yoga this ultrabook would be the first one to employ a matrix OLED type screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels for the best viewing experience for users, will also come standard with a stylus.
The new Lenovo ThinkPad X1 yoga is a leap from the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon another ultra thin powerhouse in the notebook market, but it leaves behind the traditional clamshell laptop where we can detach the screen completely from the keyboard, to operate both independently.
The new Lenovo ThinkPad X1 yoga comes in two versions, both with 14-inch diagonal and a resolution 2k, but differing in the type of matrix used, one being a more normal pattern via IPS and the other, the first laptop with a matrix OLED. As for processor, both versions will ship with an Intel core i7 6th generation processor, using as the Intel graphics card HD520. In terms of RAM, Lenovo will allow come with up to 16 GB of RAM and internal storage, you can opt for an SSD (nvme type) with a whopping 1TB.
As for wireless connectivity, Lenovo has equipped the new Lenovo ThinkPad X1 yoga with a Qualcomm Snapdragon x7 LTE modem for users to access the Internet wherever they are regardless of the location, supporting connections up to 300 mbps 4g transfer of data. It has also been equipped with the usual 802.11 b / g / n / ac wireless network card connectivity to have better access to the internet.
The weight of the Lenovo thinkpad x1 yoga has also been improved. The version that uses the IPS panel weighs only 1.5 kg, while the version that uses the OLED panel weighs even less, 1.35 kg. As low weight allow its users to have very high mobility without having to bear the usual typically weighing 3-5 kg ??traditional laptops.
IPS panel version will cost when it goes on sale this month $1,499, while the version with OLED panel will not reach the market until next April and will cost $1,649.