New features that prioritize security and businesses
Lenovo tweaks its business-centric ThinkPad X1 Carbon and X1 Yoga with a bevy of new features that will benefit businesses and SMEs. To start off, both ThinkPads will now support the latest WiFi 6 protocol, along with 10th-generation Comet Lake processors, up to 2TB SSD and up to 16GB of soldered LPDDR3 memory. The keyboards get an update, retaining the same scissor mechanism but adding a new set of buttons for VoIP access.
On the privacy side, both models can be equipped with a Full HD, 500 nits display with Lenovo’s PrivacyGuard screen filter to prevent prying eyes from viewing your important and crucial data. This works together with PrivacyAlert software technology, where the computer will activate PrivacyGuard once it detects someone staring at its display. If Full HD is not enough, you can configure the X1 Carbon and X1 Yoga with an Ultra HD 500 nits display with Dolby Vision.
The 2020 X1 Carbon will start at $1499(~Php 76.8k), while the 2020 X1 Yoga will start at $1599(~Php 81.5k).