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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon: Released with Default Fedora 32

At the end of April 2020, Lenovo announced its partnership with the Fedora operating system development team Linux. The main purpose of the cooperation between the 2 companies is the creation of the ThinkPad P1 Gen2, ThinkPad P53 and ThinkPad X1 Gen8 computers, which will be released with the operating system Fedora 32.

Today, almost 4 months later, Lenovo officially announced its first product, with a pre-installed Fedora Linux operating system. During the announcement, the company also stated that the ThinkPad X1 Carbon is now available for purchase. Regarding the other devices, the company announced that they will be released as soon as possible.

Features of Lenovo ThinkPad X1:

The new ThinkPad is a medium in size, very powerful Premium Laptop, which uses the latest materials on the market. For example, the computer comes with the Intel Core i5-10210U, which contains 4 cores and 8 threads, and can reach up to 4.20GHz turbo boost.

In addition to the new processor, the basic version of the ThinkPad X1 includes a 1080p Full HD IPS screen. However, users have the option to buy the laptop with Wide Quad HD (1440p) or 4k Ultra HD screens, paying some extra money.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon: Released with Default Fedora 32

Another very important feature of the ThinkPad X1 is its large battery. According to the company, the laptop can last up to 19.5 hours on a single charge. In addition, using the genuine charger, the users can charge the ThinkPad up to 80% in just one hour.

The following is a list of some other features of the Lenovo ThinkPad X1:

  • 16GB LPDDR3 2133MHz RAM (stuck).
  • Up to 1TB PCIe storage SSD.
  • 720p HD Camera.
  • WiFi and Bluetooth for wireless connections.
  • Fingerprint.

If you want to buy the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, you can place your order from here. The original price of the Laptop is $ 1287, but it can be increased quite a bit if you want to buy the device with better materials.

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