Visitors at the CES 2014 would have noticed the ThinkPad X1 Carbon at the Lenovo stall which is a revamped model of the ThinkPad device. Now with a carbon fiber makeover for the ThinkPad X1 has made the device lighter and stouter. Carbon fiber is lighter than both aluminum or magnesium while sacrificing strength. All of these attributes has made the present ThinkPad X1 Carbon to weigh all of 2.8 pounds. This makes the device the lightest Ultrabook in the world in its class as of now.
The hardware specifications of the ThinkPad X1 Carbon list an Intel fourth generation iCore processor. It is also purported to have vPro management as per PC World reports. Memory is a max of 8 GB and the hard disk is of 512 GB.
Another interesting product from Lenovo at the CES stalls is the ThinkPad 8. This one comes with an optional keyboard which when connected to the screen converts the tablet into a notebook. this makes the tablet best suited for business people who have to be mobile most times. Users who are looking for higher resolution displays could also look up the products lines under their Y and Z series notebooks. These would fetch for price $999 and above.
There is also the Yoga 2, a budget tablet PC convertible. There is also the Miix 2 which comes with a detachable keyboard with a docking station. Flex 14D is another tablet/notebook convertible device to which is powered by an AMD chip and priced for the budget segment.