Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon touch is an ultrabook featuring a 10-finger, 14-inch HD+ touch display running at a 1600×900 pixel resolution. It is powered by a Core i7 3667U, 8GB of RAM, and up to a 256GB of flash-based storage. Last but not least, the X1 offers one mini DisplayPort, a couple of USB ports, a 4-in-1 SD card reader, and Ethernet via a USB dongle, a backlit chiclet-style keyboard, a large trackpad, up to 8 hours of battery life, optional 3G, 720p HD webcam and a fingerprint reader.
Slim and lightweight.
Excellent keyboard for an Ultrabook.
Semi-rugged and durable construction.
A lot of inputs, including TrackPoint.
Poor viewing angles.
Only two USB ports.
By Good Gear Guide on February 28, 2014
The new version of Lenovo's X1 Carbon Ultrabook offers some physical changes that can take a while to get used to. And while it's a strong and well performing notebook overall, with a useful 1440p, IPS screen, we can't help but feel like it...75
By Computerworld on February 21, 2014
In the battle for the sleekest and most powerful slim laptop, Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch Ultrabook is a real contender. I spent a week with one and found it to be a performance powerhouse that gave me a full day on a charge and is chock-full...-
By NotebookCheck on February 20, 2014
ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch 2014 - not everybody is going to like the adaptive keyboard Lenovo has tried to put everything new and fancy into the revamped X1 Carbon, but it may have overshot some of its targets in the process. However, let us start with...87
By HotHardware on February 17, 2014
From purely a performance standpoint, the new Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon does not disappoint. The model we tested, with a more modest configuration of Intel's Core i5-4200U (you can configure a system with up to a Core i7-4600U) performed very well,...-
By Digital Trends on February 14, 2014
While the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon feels solidly built and impressively light, with pretty good battery life and a generally very comfortable keyboard, whether or not it's a good fit for you depends largely on how you weigh the changes Lenovo has...75
By cnet on February 11, 2014
The third version of Lenovo's ultralight 14-inch laptop, the X1 Carbon, gets nearly all the basics right while adding a few new twists, including a function key row that changes app by...80
By Engadget on January 17, 2014
The X1 Carbon Touch is among the best Windows 8 Ultrabooks around, with a comfortable keyboard, fast performance and a lightweight build. Still, it's pricey, even for a high-end...81
By The Inquirer on January 09, 2014
But despite being lightweight and ultra powerful, the first Thinkpad X1 Carbon's enterprise appeal was hampered by a few issues, primarily its lack of an Ethernet port and slightly poor non-removable battery. Two years on Lenovo has addressed these...-
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on January 06, 2014
This quietly elegant executive notebook is small, slim, sturdy and a dream to use. It's expensive, and its battery life is short, but it's one of the best business-travel companions we've...80
By Good Gear Guide on September 05, 2013
The addition of a touchscreen gives the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon more versatility when you're using Windows 8. It remains one of the best Ultrabooks on the market due to its overall build quality and an excellent...80