Posted by cnetwork On Tuesday, May 15, 2012 1 comments
The processing power is delivered by Intel’s latest generation of Ivy Bridge processors and it will have up to 8 GB of DDR3 RAM to play with.
Graphics are displayed on a 16:9 small matte screen with a 1600:900 resolution.
We would have liked it to have a normal 4:3 display, but how can we expect the big brands to think about the users and not the profit?
For those who need a reminder, the 16:9 screen format actually offers less screen space than a 16:10 display with the same official diagonal size.
Compared with standard 4:3 screens, the 16:9 displays offer much less screen area. The weight is a little bit under three pounds, that would mean that the lightest ultrabook weighs less than 1.36 Kg.
Despite the small weight and size, the ThinkPad X1 Carbon touts a 10-hour battery life that will be 80% recharged in just 30 minutes with Lenovo’s RapidCharge technology.
The front facing webcam can offer 720p video quality and the speakers are Dolby Home Theater v4 certified.
The camera also comes with face tracking software that will make you more visible to anybody watching you through it. The ThinkPad X1 Carbon price is not yet public, but the small wonder with its backlit keyboard and all will be on sale before the end of this summer.
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