Tablet PC Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet second generation officially presented

After a year since the announcement of the ThinkPad X1 Tablet, Lenovo introduced the second generation of the device. The main changes have affected the hardware platform product: Intel Kaby Lake has come to replace Skylake.

For the new ThinkPad X1 is available in four Tablet CPU models: Intel Core i7-7Y75 (1,3-3.6 GHz), Core i5-7Y57 (1.2 to 3.3 GHz), Core i5-7Y54 (1,2-3,2 GHz) and Core M3-7Y30 (1,0-2,6 GHz). The maximum amount of RAM LPDDR3 achieves a 16 GB SSD in the range of 128 GB to 1 TB. The tablet is used solely SSD size M. 2, but the version with the low volume uses the connection interface SATA, all SSD capacity of 256 GB are connected through PCIe.

Resolution of cameras to the first generation model, 2 and 8 MP, remained and protected execution. Resolution IPS screen with a diagonal of 12 inches is 2150 x 1440 pixels.

Among the interface connectors — USB-C and USB 3.0 (the first is also used to connect the unit pitaniya), Mini DisplayPort. There are still slots for microSD and Nano-SIM (for 4G connection meets the Qualcomm Snapdragon X7). By default, the tablet is equipped with a module Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 8265 implementing wireless communication standards Wi-Fi 802.11 ac and Bluetooth 4.2, and for a fee you can get support WiGig (by the unit of Intel Tri-Band Wireless-AC 18265).

The autonomy of the ThinkPad X1 Tablet up to 10 hours, but when using the accessory Module Productivity the battery life can be increased by another five hours. For new items, as for the first generation model, it is proposed module ThinkPad Presenter Module price of $250 with built-in projector.

The dimensions and weight of the tablet — 291,5 x 209,5 x 8.45 mm and 767 grams. Complete with keyboard Thin Keyboard price of $150 mass-dimensional parameters look different: 1,07 kg and 291,5 x 209,5 x 13,85 mm. the tablet will go on sale in early March and will be offered at a price of $950.

Source: Lenovo



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