Lenovo releases new X1 series notebooks: only 907g in weight, 5G version available

Recently, Lenovo launched a new notebook—ThinkPad X1 Nano. It is reported that this is a 13-inch flagship business notebook with an 11-generation Core processor and a 5G version.

In terms of shape design, the ThinkPad X1 Nano uses the distinctive aviation-grade carbon fiber material of the X1 series. After layers of optimization, the weight of this notebook is only 907g, and the thickness is 13.83mm, making it extremely thin and light. In terms of screen, Lenovo’s new notebook is equipped with a 13-inch micro-edge screen with a resolution of 2160×1350 and a brightness of 450nit.

In terms of core configuration, ThinkPad X1 Nano is equipped with Intel’s 11th generation Core processor, including Core i5-1130G7, Core i5-1160G7, Core i5-1160G7 in three versions. In addition, it also has 16GB of memory and 512GB or 1TB SSD.

In terms of battery life, ThinkPad X1 Nano is equipped with a 48Whr high-capacity battery, which can last for 13.6 hours. In addition, the notebook also supports fast charging, which can charge 80% of the battery in 1 hour. As for the price, the Core i5-1130G7 version is priced at 9,999 yuan (USD $1428) , the Core i7-1160G7 version is priced at 10,999 yuan (USD $1571) , and the Core i7-1160G7+1TB hard drive version is priced at 13,999 yuan (USD $2000) , and the notebook is also available in a 5G version.