2014 ThinkPad X1 Carbon Hands-on

IMG_1158 The New X1 Carbon also improves the viewing and touch experiences for users. The new ColorBurst Display provides sharper, brighter images at higher resolutions with better viewing angles for a superior visual experience, whether users watch a movie or create presentations. And for customers who are on the move, the new X1 Carbon utilizes Rapid Charge technology, providing an 80% charge in under an hour. Coupled with an up to 9 hour battery life (over 70% improvement from the last generation) and optional built-in 4G capability, the new X1 Carbon has all the mobility and connectivity customers need wherever they go.
For customers needing an improved docking experience on a thin and light device, the new X1 Carbon utilizes the OneLink connector that eliminates cable clutter. This allows users to get power, Gigabit Ethernet, and dual display support through a single cable via ThinkPad OneLink docking solutions.

 14-inch HD+ and WQHD display options with available 10-point multi-touch and up to 300 nits for enhanced brightness
 Thin and ultra-light, at just 2.9 pounds, with a lay-flat hinge design and durable carbon fiber body
 Up to nine hours of battery life and Rapid Charge feature that provides 80% battery life with 50 minutes of charging
 Adaptive Keyboard technology allows controls to appear dynamically when needed, simplifying the user interface
 ThinkPad OneLink Docking support for optimal video and power support with less cord hassle
 Voice Control support with Dragon 1.5 to execute simple commands by speaking to the new X1 Carbon
 Gesture Control to quickly flip through presentation slides or photos with simple gestures
 More connectivity options for on-the-go use, including 4G LTE, Bluetooth 4.0 and near field communication (NFC)
 Advanced security and manageability, with vPRO, Intel security, finger print reader and TPM
 Revolutionary dust-resistant cooling design, with a 13% thinner fan and improved durability and reliability

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