Lenovo incorporates OLED displays and Yoga folding to X1 laptop series

Lenovo incorporates OLED displays and Yoga folding to X1 laptop series

Lenovo has brought its updated X1 Carbon ultrabook at CES 2016. The new models will be shipping their sixth generation Skylake processors inside a thinner and lighter frame which measures 0.66 inches thick, weighs in at 2.6 pounds and will be featuring fingerprint reader. This runs Windows 10 of course and will be available in February at $1299.

Here the X1 Carbon very much remains a traditional laptop and for those who want more tablet style functionality Lenovo will be unveiling a new model which takes design cues from another of company’s product lines.

Here the X1 Yoga is almost identical to the X1 Carbon and adds Touchscreen, stylus and 360 degree hinge meaning like other yoga product here they can swing the keyboard around behind the display  an use the laptop like tablet. The key also retract slightly into their body for comfortable grip.

Both the X1 Carbon and X1 Yoga can be devised to have upto i7 processors have 16GB of RAM, 1TB of SSD storage space and its 14 inch 1080p or 2560×1440 displays. The X1 Yoga is availing an alternative to its stunning 2560×1440 OLED screen and looks impressive in person.

OLED screens of their resolutions and sizes  are rare of its kind and  and may be of exhibiting vibrant colors and deep blacks worth around$200 premium it brings in comparison to LCD. The starting price of  X1 Yoga is at $1449.

Lenovo is expanding the X1 range with an 24 inch 1080 p all in one called the think centre X1,a USB –C 4K monitor called ThinkVision X1 allowing them to charge their laptop an output to their display with single cable and host of accessories including wireless mouse which can be flipped over and can be used as a single cable and other related  accessories. The monitor could be shipped for $799 in March and will be available in same month from $1029.