At just 2.12-pounds, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Nano is the company’s lightest ThinkPad laptop yet, but it’s most certainly no slouch. Featuring Intel’s latest 11th-generation 10 nm design, Tiger Lake, with up to a Core i7 processor, Intel Iris Xe graphics, up to 16 GB of LPDDR4x memory, 1TB of PCIe storage, and a 48 Wh battery rated up to 17.3 hours. It’s also the first ThinkPad to boast a suite of new AI and biometric ThinkShield security features, like voice recognition to human presence detection that enable zero touch login as well as device lock when the user walks away. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.
Other features include a 13-inch Dolby Vision 2K display with a 16:10 aspect ratio, two Thunderbolt 4 ports, four speakers with Dolby Atmos support, four 360-degree microphones, Wi-Fi 6, LTE 5G CAT20, a dTPM 2.0 chip, IR camera and Match on Chip fingerprint reader for Windows Hello logins. Available now, priced from $1399.
- Next-gen, best-in-class laptop with the versatility of a studio and tablet, so you can type, touch, draw, write, work, and play more naturally
- Faster than surface pro 6, with a 10th gen intel core processor – redefining what’s possible in a thin and light computer.
- More ways to connect, with both USB-c and USB-a ports for connecting to displays, docking stations and more, as well as accessory charging. Bluetooth: Bluetooth 5.0
- Standout design that won’t weigh you down — ultra-slim and light surface pro 7 starts at just 1.70 pounds
- All day battery life upto 10.5 hours, Plus the ability to go from empty to full faster — about 80 percent in just over an hour
We are building on our history of co-engineering with Lenovo to drive innovation and deliver new PC experiences to market. The ThinkPad X1 Nano [was] made possible by the Project Athena innovation program, exemplify our commitment to PC innovation and delivering the best laptop experiences for getting things done,” said Gregory Bryant, Intel executive vice president and general manager of the Client Computing Group.