At CES, Lenovo today announced the updated ThinkPad X1 Yoga convertible device with 7th gen Intel CPUs, Thunderbolt 3 port and OLED display option. ThinkPad X1 Yoga has enhanced biometric authentication with the addition of an IR camera with face recognition support for Windows Hello logon. The Match-on-Chip touch fingerprint sensor adds another security layer.
ThinkPad X1 Yoga now comes with an improved ThinkPad Pen Pro using a new soft elastomer tip. With bigger friction on glass, the pen recreates a more natural writing experience for users. The 14-inch OLED display reproduces stunning colors, absolute blacks and 100 percent Adobe RGB color space. Lenovo engineers have further improved the unique rise and fall keyboard. The new keyboard retracts fully flat in tablet mode offering greater stability and user comfort and anchoring the keycaps delivers better long term key durability and reliability.
It now comes in new silver option in addition to classic ThinkPad black color.
ThinkPad X1 Yoga will be available from February 2017, starting at $1,499.