Lenovo has presented at the CES 2021 fair its thinnest ThinkPad, ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga, a 13.5-inch titanium-coated computer with a thickness of just over 11 millimeters.
Lenovo has unveiled its firsts in the conference-optimized ThinkPad X1 family, including the X1 Titanium Yoga, the X1 Carbon Gen 9 and X1 Yoga Gen 6 laptops, and the detachable X12 Detachable.
All ThinkPad X1 models have support for 4G-LTE networks but also 5G, so that users are ready for the new connectivity as the deployment of 5G networks accelerates.
They also have built-in WiFi 6, which takes advantage of high-speed wireless infrastructures when the WWAN signal is not available.
Across the portfolio the company has upgraded some displays by reducing blue light to ease eye strain. The new 16:10 or 3: 2 screen ratios also offer more pixels per area, increase the screen-to-body ratio and better distribute content on screen.
Also, the ThinkPad X1 portfolio (except the X1 Fold) is designed on the Intel Evo Platform and features 11th generation Intel Core processors and Intel Iris Xe graphics card.
Titanium Yoga stands out as Lenovo’s “thinnest” ThinkPad thanks to its just over 11 millimeters thick. This equipment is coated with titatio, and has a screen size of 13.5 inches with a 3: 2 ratio, with Dolby Vision HDR support and Dolby Atmos speaker system.
For their part, the ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 9 and X1 Yoga Gen 6 laptops have been redesigned around the new 16:10 aspect ratio displays with reduced blue light functionality, fingerprint reader integrated into the power button and the new ComputerVision Experiences (CVx) support using a human presence detection sensor to improve security and ease of use.
In addition to Dolby Vision and the Dolby Atmos speaker system, both the X1 Carbon and the X1 Yoga support the Dolby Voice system, which offers a much more natural conference experience, with clear sound.