Lenovo's best Ultrabook just got better with the refreshed ThinkPad X1 Carbon

Shawn Knight

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Lenovo has taken their best (albeit dated) Ultrabook, the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, and ironed out the wrinkles for 2014. The end result is an all-new third-generation X1 Carbon that borrows heavily from the design of the previous model but don’t...

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I think there's a typo (At least I hope it is), you said it supports a 512MB SSD drive.

But anyway, cool these ultrabooks are getting nice but I prefer to have a high end GPU in my system so even with all this bling I could not pick one of these up in good faith.
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Jad Chaar

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Finally. The high resolution panel is what it needs! I hope they didnt alter the keyboard too badly. That is a key selling point of ThinkPads.