Lenovo has already announced a number of systems set to make their debut at Consumer Electronics Show (CES). One of them is ThinkPad X1 Hybrid. ThinkPad X1 Hybrid will be thinner than X1 that they launched last year, the new one with a 0.6-inch thickness level. There is one more added advantage here and this one is sure to make your jaw drop! This 13.3-incher manages to squeeze in two CPUs!
For the two CPUs, the first is a choice from any of Intel’s Core i3, i5 and i7 range, while the second one is dual-core Qualcomm chip based on the ARM architecture. When using the ARM CPU, it 16GB of dedicated storage and a “custom Linux-based operating system” capable of handling media playback, picture browsing, and web surfing. Switching between the two OS takes place at the press of a button.They also claim you can charge the battery up to 80 percent in just 30 minutes.
The notebook is said to arrive in the second quarter for a whopping start price of US $1,599.