Earlier today, Lenovo introduced updated versions of the ThinkPad X1 laptops including the X1 Carbon, X1 Yoga, and X1 Tablet.
This latest announcement comes as earlier last week, the company refreshed several models as part of the company’s pre-CES announcement. While the refreshed lineups mainly feature updated processor, the biggest update is in form of display as the company revealed that both the X1 Carbon and the X1 Yoga will be the first PCs will include Dolby Vision HDR which will provide greater brightness and color accuracy. However, you might not see the update right out of the box as the technology will require a future software update.
In addition to Dolby Vision HDR, both models will include far-field microphones to use the included Alexa which will be coming soon to Windows 10 in the first half of this year.
Apart from these minor updates, all of the laptops will include Intel’s new eighth-generation U-series processors. As a result, both laptops will see 30 percent increase in performance.
In case you are interested in the X1 tablet, you will be happy to learn that the performance increase will be even greater when it comes to the tablet as earlier model contained less powerful Y-series processor. In addition to the quad-core processor the display will feature a 3K, 13 inch HDR screen.
In case you are interested in purchasing one of these products, you will need to wait few more days as ThinkPad X1 Carbon and the X1 Yoga will be available later this month starting at $1709 and $1889 respectively. On the other hand, the X2 Tablet will be released in March with a price tag of $799.