In pictures: Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Carbon lands in Oz

Aug 23, 2012
Lenovo today announced the arrival of its new Carbon X1 ThinkPad ultrabook in Australia. The carbon fibre ultrabook was first announced in early August globally, and today begins retailing for $1999 through Lenovo's website as well as Synnex and Dicker Data.
<p>This isn't the X1 ThinkPad. This is one of the first "ultraportable" computers to ever hit the market - a machine launched by IBM in 1987. It's Lenovo's 20th birthday this year, so at the X1's launch today Lenovo highlighted highlighted how far the PC industry has come since then.</p>  
 
Lenovo today announced the arrival of its new Carbon X1 ThinkPad ultrabook in Australia. The carbon fibre ultrabook was first announced in early August globally, and today begins retailing for $1999 through Lenovo's website as well as Synnex and Dicker Data.

This isn't the X1 ThinkPad. This is one of the first "ultraportable" computers to ever hit the market - a machine launched by IBM in 1987. It's Lenovo's 20th birthday this year, so at the X1's launch today Lenovo highlighted highlighted how far the PC industry has come since then.

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