ThinkPad X1 Tablet (2016)

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  1. TerryGecko

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    Actually, most of the Core M 12 inch Windows Tablets announced around CES 2016 are Thunderbolt 3. The Dell 12 7000, Acer Switch 12 S, Samsung Galaxy TabPro S(I think), etc... The only one that hasn't been confirmed to support Thunderbolt 3 is the X1 tablet as far as I know.
     
  2. alextrela182

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    I hope Lenovo don't late too much for global availability.
    It's the number one issue when releasing new device.
    Also I like the different colors of the keyboard that will offer.

    The dark red one is tempting I can say:p


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    Well we are reaching end of January and no news about availability not even pre orders started.
    http://shop.lenovo.com/us/en/tablets/thinkpad/x1-tablet/
    I'm afraid that until mid to end on February optimistic scenario it won't be released.
    Come on Lenovo WTF.


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    Anyone know what the resolution of the projector is on the presenter module?
     
  5. senritsu01

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    I wonder if it can use the p40 pen with interchangeable nibs, if the p40 ever comes out . Looking forward to some reviews.


    Also hello, new to this fourm
     
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    Looks good! Can't wait until it hits the states. I wonder if this is compatible with the Wacom smart pen.
     
  9. Kumabjorn

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    $1 500, it better come with all the modules for that price.

    Yes, I'm happy to see you and that is a Sony Xperia in my pocket
     
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    According to Lenovo at CES the basic model(4/128 I supposed) will be 899$.
    And so getting the Wacom and the 3 extra modular all cost a little less than 1500$.

    If anyone want keyboard or WiGi Dock or LTE support is extra cost.

    The first one is called the "Productivity Module", which can increase the battery runtime by five hours. It also offers an HDMI output as well as a OneLink+ port for $150. The second option is the "Presenter Module" for $280. It is equipped with a mobile presenter, which can create a 60-inch picture from a distance of two meters. It also includes one HDMI input and one output. The last module is the "3D Imaging Module" for $150

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