Lenovo today unveiled its latest Windows 10 tablet, the Thinkpad X1 for $899 (approx Rs. 59,801) ahead of CES 2016. The ThinkPad X1 tablet will be available from February onwards in select markets.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 tablet comes with an unique modular design which can turn the tablet into a laptop, a projector and a 3D camera using accessories. The three accessories or modules which have to purchased separately are Productivity Module with can extend the battery usage up-to 15 hours in total, a Presenter Module that includes a pico projector and the HDMI port that will transform the tablet into a projector and a Imaging module which has a rear-facing Intel RealSense camera to produce 3D images.
The Productivity Module will be available starting February from $149 (approx Rs 9,917), the Projector Module will be available starting May from $279 (approx Rs 18,561), and the 3D Imaging Module will be available starting May from $149 (approx Rs 9,917).
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 tablet features a 12-Inch display and is powered by an Intel Core m7 processor. The tablet also comes with a full size ThinkPad keyboard with the TrackPoint that has three adjustable typing angles. On the connectivity front, the tablet offers Qualcomm LTE-A 4G for superfast connectivity from virtually anywhere. The ThinkPad X1 Tablet also features a removable rear panel for serviceability and upgrades. The tablet weighs 2.4 pounds along with the keypad.