The Gen 10 version is impressive, to say the least, though it goes without saying it’s priced at a premium. But more on that later, so let’s see what this laptop is all about.
First and foremost, it comes with a 14-inch display that can be ordered in various configurations, depending on the resolution and the brightness that you want to get. Furthermore, Lenovo is also offering both LCD and OLED, so at the end of the day, the new ThinkPad X1 Carbon can be had in no less than seven different screen configurations.
Unsurprisingly, the laptops are equipped with all kinds of connectivity options, including not only Thunderbolt 4, but also HDMI and even nano-SIM for on-the-go Internet access. Bluetooth 5.2 is also offered, and so is Wi-Fi 6E.
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