Lenovo to extend its ThinkPad line-up: Launching ThinkPad X1 Nano and ThinkPad X1 Next!! Coming Soon.

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Lenovo to extend its ThinkPad line-up: Launching ThinkPad X1 Nano and ThinkPad X1 Next!! Coming Soon.

Lenovo has a good reputation in the market when it comes to laptops and tablets. The company’s laptop line-up, ThinkPad, was a very successful venture.

The ThinkPad x1 Carbon and ThinkPad x1 Tablet managed to capture a decent portion of the market. But now, Lenovo is looking forward to extending the line-up by introducing ThinkPad x1 Nano and ThinkPad x1 Next.

We did not know anything about the new launch until February when the name “ThinkPad X1 Nano” surfaced on GitHub. Given that not a lot of information is available about the device, rumors and speculations are bound to take place.

Lenovo to extend its ThinkPad line-up: Launching ThinkPad X1 Nano and ThinkPad X1 Next!! Coming Soon.
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The ThinkPad x1 Nono and x1 Next are rumored to be released before the year ends. But nothing is official.

Furthermore, in a YouTube video, Lenovo South Africa manager, Thibault Dousson, confirmed that the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Nano would come with a 13-inch screen. And, that’s it. He said nothing else about the price or the specs. Also, this is not major news as the laptop is not the first 13-inch one to feature in the ThinkPad family.

As suggested by the word ‘Nano,’ it somewhere hints of a smaller, more compact version of a laptop.

Lenovo to extend its ThinkPad line-up: Launching ThinkPad X1 Nano and ThinkPad X1 Next!! Coming Soon.
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Rumors have it that the laptop’s key feature is its weight. Lenovo has made the laptop light in weight. Now, the other features of the laptops can be anything. However, we do know that there will be certain upgrades. But Lenovo has to bring some major improvements to seize a decent market share.

There are, however, few questions that still linger on. What about x1 Carbon and x1 Tablet? Will Lenovo stop its production or upgrade it? Well, we’ll find out soon.

And this is all we know. But be sure to check with us again.

Note: The data may or may not take into consideration the ongoing global pandemic.

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