The ThinkPad X1 Carbon has been a well received ultrabook, getting industry praise for its design and computing specifications. A handful of months have passed and Lenovo has introduced a slightly modified X1 Carbon, this time including a touch display with the system. Called the ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch, this machine is pretty much identical to its predecessor with exception to the touch display. Because of this, you’ll see some slight physical differences.

The main difference here is that the Carbon’s chassis isn’t quite as impressively thin or light as it was the first time around — a necessary concession when touchscreens are involved. As a result of that touch panel, the wedge-shaped body now measures 0.74 inch at its thicket point, up from 0.71 inch. Naturally, too, it’s heavier: 3.4 pounds, versus three for the non-touch model.

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