Lenovo Unveils Modular ThinkPad X1 Tablet


The Swiss Army Knife of tablets?

Lenovo is kicking off CES this year by unveiling their newest ThinkPad X1 tablet that boasts a modular design. Lenovo’s ThinkPad series of tablets have always been aimed at businesses and professionals, and the X1 tries to be the do-all tablet for multiple verticals by introducing a modular design.


At its core the ThinkPad X1 tablet is a Windows 10-powered slate, powered by Intel’s Core M processors, has a 12-inch 2,160×1440 IPS display, USB Type-C connectivity and up to 1TB of storage.

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To address the needs of different customers, the ThinkPad X1 tablet can be connected to a number of accessories, which include a separate keyboard dock, a productivity module that adds a larger battery and HDMI output, a presenter module that adds a HDMI input and output along with a projector that capable of projecting an image up to 60-inches and a 3D imagine module that adds intel’s RealSense 3D camera that can take 3D pictures that can be used in tandem with 3D printers.


The ThinkPad X1 tablet is projected to cost $899 (Php 42.3K) when it hits stores in the US. The productivity module is $149 (Php 7K) while the presenter module is $279 (Php 13.1K). The 3D Imagine module is $149 (Php 7K).

John Nieves

John is a veteran technology and gadget journalist with more than 10 years of experience both in print and online. When not writing about technology, he frequently gets lost in the boonies playing soldier.

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