At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2016 in Las Vegas, Lenovo unveiled a ThinkPad X1 tablet that transforms into a projector. That’s not al. The device can also be used as a laptop. And the cherry on top – the X1 also functions as a 3D camera. The camera captures images and edits them for 3D printing.
It’s all based on a modular concept. The X1 actually has detachable modules which enable it to carry out these functions. One module is equipped with a pico projector that produces a 60” display from the bottom of the tablet. The module also comes with an HDMI port. Another module comes with an Intel RealSense 3D camera.
The tablet has a 12” 2K (2160×1440) display. The device is powered by an Intel Core m7 vPro processor, has up to 16GB of memory and up to 1TB of SSD storage. The X1 also features LTE-Advanced connectivity.
The 8.4-mm thick tablet has and has 10-hours of battery life.
Unlike other tablet devices, the X1’s rear panel can be detached for upgrades and repair.
Sounds good so far? How much will all this set you back, you ask?
Lenovo intends to release the X1 tablet next month with a price tag of US$899.
Lenovo is planning to launch the ThinkPad X1 tablet in February priced at US$899. A 14” version, the X1 Yoga with an optional 1,440 OLED screen and active pen will sell for $1,449.
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