The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Nano is the manufacturer’s lightest ThinkPad ever. Despite its low weight, Lenovo offers uncompromising specifications.
Lenovo is expanding its ThinkPad family with the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Nano. This is a premium laptop for those who are looking for the necessary computing power while on the road in a stylish jacket, without weighing anything. The impact of the X1 Nano on the scale is the main asset of the device. Or rather the lack thereof: with 907 grams for the entry-level model. That seems to be slightly less than last year’s HP Elite Dragonfly.
The Thinkpad X1 Nano comes with 11th generation Intel Tiger Lake CPUs. You can configure the laptop with a maximum of one Core i7 CPU from that range. The chips have the new Xe graphics on board, which means that without discrete GPU they theoretically have enough graphics power to run modern games. Regarding RAM, Lenovo provides a maximum of 16 GB LPDDR4x, the storage is configurable up to 1 TB (PCIe SSD).
The X1 Nano is available in a carbon fiber body with an 85 percent screen to chassis ratio. Despite the narrow bezels around the 16:10 screen, Lenovo provides a Windows Hello compatible camera. It is equipped with a brand new function: Presence detection. The laptop thus detects when you are sitting behind the device and locks itself when you step away. When you return, the device will reactivate and Windows Hello will try to recognize your face, without you having to press a key first.
The 14-inch screen fits in what Lenovo calls a 13-inch chassis and is available with a 2K screen resolution. You can opt for a touch screen. Both versions have a brightness of 450 nits and cover one hundred percent of the sRGB spectrum.
Lenovo claims an autonomy of 13 hours and a fast response time from standby. This allows the Chinese laptop builder to appropriate Intel’s Evo quality label. Furthermore, the ThinkPad X1 Nano is equipped with four microphones for clear sound during meetings and you can optionally opt for 5G connectivity.
An exact price and availability for the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Nano will follow later.
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