'With its slim, lightweight chassis, however, the X1 Carbon Touch is a great choice if you travel for work. '
new, but not necessarily improved
Better-than-HD ultrabook gets smart function keys
Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch retains almost everything that is good about the original X1 Carbon while adding the touchscreen many value in a Windows 8 machine.
Slim lightweight design, Premium materials
First-rate casing rigidness and build
Lightweight attractive chassis, Captivating Retina-like display
Super High Resolution Display, Excellent Build Quality
Comfortable keyboard, trackpad, and touch screen
Beautiful design, Solid and thoughtful construction
Innovative flip-screen design, More than 9 hours of battery life
Keyboard not exposed in tablet mode, Outstanding battery life
Very light and thin, Speedy performance from SSD
Bright Full HD IPS display with high contrast
Lightest Ultrabook with touch
Supremely thin and light, Exquisite carbon-fiber design
Very thin and light, Strong build quality/sturdy materials
Sexy and lightweight design, Strong graphics and performance
More battery-friendly Intel Haswell CPU
Still thin, light, and attractive, Battery life is much improved
Good performance, Great battery life, Digitizer support
Not too bulky in tablet mode, Good build quality
Long battery life, Bright and colorful screen
Increased battery life, Bigger screen looks fantastic
Full HD IPS display
Bright Full HD IPS display with strong contrast
Bright and colorful full HD touch screen, Solid performance
Vanishingly light and thin
Pros: Brilliantly built, great materials and design.
Resurrects the flip-and-fold display
Great keyboard, Impressive screen, Very powerful
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