Intel’s third-generation Ivy Bridge CPU line seems to have motivated PC manufacturers into updating their product lines to make them better performers. Lenovo just announced it’s new X1 Carbon ultrabook which seems to be an upgrade from the X1 ultrabook released last year.
The X1 Carbon ultrabook is based on Intel Ivy Bridge processors ofcourse, it features a 14-inch display with a 1600×900 resolution, there’s a backlit keyboard, it features rapid charging which enables the device to be charged up to 80% in only 30 minutes, comes with integrated Dolby audio, integrated 3G with Lenovo’s contract-free mobile access and a super lightweight chassis made from carbon fiber as opposed to the ThinkPad’s standard magnesium chassis.
Lenovo plans to release the X1 Carbon Ultrabook this summer along with a few other devices including the ThinkPad X230T, the ThinkPad T430, T430s and T530 which are all based on the new Ivy Bridge CPU line. We will keep you guys updated on the other models as time progresses.