Here we have the Lenovo X1 Carbon ultrabook model, an improved version of last year’s X1. Its design is not so different than what we were used to – the logo is in the same spot, as well as the trademark red pointer nipple which is in the same place too. But in terms of technical details, things are completely changed.
Lenovo X1 Carbon features an Ultra Clear with 14-Inch LED backlit display Vibrant Hi-Resolution + technology, providing a resolution of no less than 1600 × 900 pixels. Under the hood it packs a Third-Generation of Intel Processor ‘Ivy Bridge‘, but at this point Lenovo still has to decide its level.
And what is more interesting about this model is the fact that it comes with a weight of no more than 3lbs (around 1:35 kg), so it is this is much lighter than the average 14-Inch models. And Lenovo X1 Carbon also packs the Dolby Home Theatre Audio feature, so you can receive a unique experience with a deep bass and stomping.