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 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
By TechRadar on July 25, 2013
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch is a wonderful piece of design and engineering that offers a fearsome performance in a sleek and classy chassis. However, the staggering price and underwhelming battery life make the touchscreen Ultrabook hard to recommend.70
By TrustedReviews on July 19, 2013
Fantastic performance for business users, let down by an unimpressive screen that makes the high price-tag a little hard to swallow. You can get performance that’s not too much worse in models which are significantly cheaper, if you’re less concerned about ruggedness.80
By Kitguru.net on July 09, 2013
Today we are taking a look at the latest ThinkPad X1 Carbon from Lenovo, which features a Multitouch screen. The review sample we received features a Core i7 processor, 240GB Solid State Drive and 8GB of DDR3 memory. With prices starting around...80
By PC Pro on April 10, 2013
Lenovo adds multitouch to its business Ultrabook, the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, but it's far from an essential...67
By NotebookCheck on March 18, 2013
From the above named contenders, only the 13-inch UX31A (also touchscreen) and Samsung's 14-inch 900X4C / 900X3C can be deemed comparable. They both feature equally good input devices, a very thin and high-end exterior and good runtimes.86
By V3.co.uk on February 19, 2013
The X1 Carbon Touch adds touchscreen support for Windows 8 to Lenovo's business ultrabook line. Like the existing X1 Carbon, it is rugged and light but lacks some corporate features such as Ethernet and docking...60
By CNET Australia on February 11, 2013
The business-oriented Lenovo ThinkPad X1 adds must-have features for 2013, and remains a very impressive business-oriented ultrabook with strong crossover...80
By Wired on February 11, 2013
If you’re trying to convince your boss to buy one for you, my recommendation is lean heavily on the bit about the satellite.80
By PCAdvisor on February 08, 2013
Like all Ultrabooks the ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch offers decent performance in a portable package. We love the Carbon Touch's build and design, and the screen is great. Performance is solid. If you need a portable touchscreen laptop for your working life, this is a great option. But like all Ultrabooks it is far from cheap.80