Lenovo updated 2022 ThinkPad X1 series notebooks at CES as scheduled, including X1 Carbon Gen10, X1 Yoga Gen7 and X1 Nano Gen2.
The common features of this batch of products include the 12-generation Core processor, including U15 low-voltage and P28 models, with LPDDR5 memory and PCIe 4.0 SSD, pre-installed Win11 Professional Edition system, and the keyboard has an air intake design to improve heat dissipation.
Highlights include the “outer bangs” design on the B side, 1.4μm front camera, 360-degree four-array far-field pickup, Dolby AI noise reduction, loss of 14-day positioning and search, optional “Computer Vision” technology The kit, the technology allows the human factor detection to cooperate with neural calculations to achieve functions such as people walking, sleeping, adjusting the brightness, identifying the main talent and unlocking.
In terms of the specific configuration of X1C, 14-inch 16:10 display, 1080P~4K multiple resolution screens are available, including a new 2880×1800 OLED screen with a brightness of 400 nits, covering 100% of the P3 color gamut.
Processing up to 12th generation Core i7 vPro+32GB LPDDR5+2TB SSD, the interface provides two Thunderbolt 4, two USB-A 3.2 Gen1, HDMI 2.0b, 3.5 headphone jack, SIM card slot, etc., battery 57Wh, 65W USB-C fast Charger, thickness 15.36mm, weight 1.12Kg, wireless support Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2, 4G/5G network, etc.
In addition, the X1 Nano is the “lightest black”, and the weight is still controlled at 970g after the configuration upgrade, with a 13-inch 2160×1350 touch screen. X1 Yoga still has a 360-degree flip design, this time it can also be equipped with a 4K resolution OLED screen.
In terms of launch time and price, X1 Carbon G10 will be launched in March this year with a starting price of US$1,639 (approximately 10,400 yuan); X1 Yoga G7 will be launched in March this year with a starting price of US$1,749; X1 Nano G2 will be launched in April this year, starting from The price is $1659.