This is a 15-inch X1. It’s still thin and light—the weight begins at under 4lbs (1.7kg), and it’s 0.7 inches (18mm) thick—yet Lenovo is making great utilization of the additional space managed by the 15-inch screen. The processor is knock up to a hex-center eighth era Coffee Lake, combined with up to 64GB RAM. For designs, there’s a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti. This can drive up to a 2840×2160 HDR show with help for Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos, and it’s equipped for demonstrating 100 percent of the Adobe RGB shading space. The screen additionally underpins contact and a tilt-touchy pen. Also, it accompanies every one of the extravagant accessories we’d anticipate from a premium Lenovo machine: two Thunderbolt 3 ports, HDMI, gigabit Ethernet, 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5, two USB 3.1 age 1 ports, a SD card peruser, unique finger impression verification, a shade for the webcam. The battery is 80WHr, with a 135W charger.
In the event that this sounds somewhat recognizable, this is on the grounds that the X1 Extreme is pretty much the standard partner to the P1 workstation declared a little while prior. The P1 offers Xeon-marked CPUs and Quadro-marked GPUs, contrasted with the Core and GeForce-marked parts in the X1. Be that as it may, the machines are generally much the same.
Estimating begins at $1860, accessible promptly.