With an ultrabook product line out on the IdeaPad side of things, we were wondering for a while if Lenovo would put out something similar on the ThinkPad side of things, given that the trend in mobile computing has been moving in that direction. While there isn’t a whole series dedicated to ThinkPad ultrabooks yet, there is one product that suffices for the moment. That product is the ThinkPad X1 Carbon.

If you’re thinking about getting a classy business ultrabook, then consider the ThinkPad X1 Carbon. Made in the likes of its big brother the ThinkPad X230, the X1 Carbon is a bit slimmer and lighter, and can better be used for mobile business professionals.

With the X1 Carbon we get a compact chassis, lovely finish, solid body and little extras like spill proof keyboard that make all the difference. The keyboard is excellent to type on, responsive and fast too with every type of user catered for by the inclusion of touch pad and touch point inputs. Port layout is also good and the weight/dimensions pretty much spot on for a portable productivity system. Lenovo have also hit a great balance between screen size and resolution. 1600×900 is ideal for a screen of this size with 1920×1080 being too much and 1366×768 lowering the quality. Anti-glare surface is also a wise move for a system that could be used in any sort of badly (or well) lit environment.

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