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Tech & Science Lenovo Says Its Latest ThinkPad X1 Laptops Are "Bloatware Free"

07:31  10 january  2018
07:31  10 january  2018 Source:   gizmodo.com.au

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Lenovo Says Its Latest ThinkPad X 1 Laptops Are ' Bloatware Free '.

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Lenovo's latest additions to its ThinkPad X1 series of laptops has been announced with the unveiling of the X1 Tablet, X1 Carbon and X1 Yoga, marked to be available in Australia in February. And according to them, they are now entirely bloatware free. Finally.

The X1 Tablet sports a 13-inch, HDR ready 3k display and an Intel 8th Gen processor along with an IR camera and fingerprint reader for better security, while both the X1 Carbon and X1 Yoga are, according to Lenovo, the world's first laptops announced that will support Dolby Vision HDR - albeit in a future update.

And in a nod to its somewhat questionable software packages released in past products, they also want you to know that its pre-loaded version of Windows 10 is now entirely bloatware free. Isn't that nice of them?

Lenovo's new ThinkPads pack 8th-gen Cores and slimmer designs

  Lenovo's new ThinkPads pack 8th-gen Cores and slimmer designs Lenovo just revamped the lion's share of its ThinkPad lineup, and it's good news if you want a speedy portable that won't weigh down your laptop bag or if you're privacy-conscious, for that matter. Its new ThinkPad X, T and L models have all made the switch to faster 8th-generation Intel Core processors while sporting slimmer, lighter bodies. The 12.5-inch X280, for example, is 15 percent thinner (0.69 in) and 20 percent lighter (2.6lbs) than its predecessor. There's also a new 13-inch L-series (the L380) for people who want a no-frills pro laptop in a more portable design than the 14- and 15-inch versions.

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Home ENGLISH Lenovo ’ s latest ThinkPads ship bloatware - free . It ’ s virtually a tradition for Lenovo to unveil new ThinkPads around CES time, but this year it ’ s doing something a bit different: its systems are defined by what they don’t have.

All three models in the X1 ThinkPad range will be available in Australia in February, with the X1 Carbon costing $2,399, while the X1 Yoga will set you back $2,549. The X1 Tablet is a little more expensive at $3,019.

It’s Been 10 Years Since Apple Changed Laptops Forever .
In the days following Bill Gates’ announcement of his retirement from Microsoft, Steve Jobs picked up an ordinary intra-office envelope and slipped out the first MacBook Air, heralding a substantial shift in portable computing. For the most part, notebooks and laptops were all about trying to make the mobile computing experience as desktop-like as possible. But Apple shifted the equation. Anyone who has used a notebook knows their mobile PC is an exercise in compromise. Everything from screen size to the keyboard to the number of ports is a compromise over why you can have compared to a desktop system.

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