Lenovo firm's first two-in-one ThinkPad computer is on its way

Lenovo company's ThinkPad computers have long made a name for themselves as they are stable and business-oriented. Especially Yoga devices; They offer memorable devices for a tablet-computer experience, with touch and 360-degree screens and of course the red dot in the middle of their keyboard. Now, the company will launch its first two-in- one computer called ThinkPad.

The ThinkPad X12 Detachable was created especially for people working between the office and the field to benefit from the convenience of computers and tablets. Moreover, the device, which is LTE CAT9 compliant, also has a wireless connection feature. The computer, whose thickness is 0.35 and 0.57 inches respectively in tablet and computer cases, is made quite thin for outdoor use. While its weight is approximately 750gr in tablet form, it comes around 1.1kg with the keyboard.

Lenovo ThinkPad X12 promises important things with its features

The computer never lags behind in its features: While it supports up to 11th generation Intel Core i7 vPro Quad Core processor with Iris Xe graphics card; It offers up to 16GB LPDDR4x memory and 1TB NVMe SSD storage. The battery life of the computer is about 10 hours.
Apart from these, the tablet computer also has support such as fingerprint reader, 5MP front camera and 8MP Hybrid IR camera, Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth. Display the 12.3inç FHD ISP featured a 3:2 size and 400-nit display offers brightness. The protection of the screen against scratches is provided by Gorilla Glass 5.

Promising important things in connection support, the device has a Thunderbolt 4, a USB  3.2 Type-C and a NanoSIM port. We can easily say that the computer with headphone and microphone inputs, of course, meets all the basic needs and more.

The ThinkPad X12 also Lenovo Precision Pan also offers support for pen. The battery life of the pen is 400 days and with 4,096 print levels, it can mimic the writing styles that can be made with a normal pen. It seems to be particularly useful in applications that provide this type of pen support such as Microsoft OneNote.

The Lenovo ThinkPad X12 Detachable computer is planned to be brought to users this month. The price of the computer will start at $1,150.
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