Lenovo is showcasing its latest version of the X1 Carbon ultrabook at the CES 2015 event in Las Vegas this week.
The refreshed business laptop runs on the latest Windows operating system, and comes with fifth-generation Intel Core processors, faster solid state drives and a longer battery life.
Weighing under 1.3kg (2.9 pounds), Lenovo claims the X1 Carbon is the lightest 14” ultrabook in the world, making it “the most mobile ever.”
“Coupled with fifth-generation Intel Core processors and a whole suite of accessories to optimise the experience, the X1 Carbon permeates the ThinkPad heritage and continues to inspire relentless innovation,” said the company.
The update to the X1 Carbon comes as part of a refresh to Lenovo’s entire range of ThinkPad devices, which the company has now sold more than 100 million units of to customers worldwide.
The ThinkPad X1 Carbon is out this month and pricing will start at US$1249, while the rest of the new ThinkPad range will be made available in February.
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