If the system can pull it off, you’ll be able to bring your laptop to work and leave your charger at home without freaking out about your battery dying halfway through the day.
The Carbon doesn’t come cheap, though. Lenovo says the system will start at $1,349. Jump up to the top of the line model with a Core i7 and 1TB SSD and you’re looking at a significant price increase.
Will the X1 Carbon be worth it? We’ll let you know when we get our hands on a review version.
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