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Lenovo expands its PC portfolio in Singapore

Nurdianah Md Nur | Feb. 18, 2014
The Lenovo Miix 2 tablet and the refreshed ThinkPad X1 Carbon ultrabook will be priced at S$699 and S$2,499 respectively.

The Lenovo Miix 2 tablet and Lenovo refreshed ThinkPad X1 Carbon ultrabook will soon be up for grabs for consumers in Singapore.

Available tomorrow (19 February 2014) at all Challengers outlets with the starting price of S$699 (US$554), the Lenovo Miix 2 is an 8-inch Windows tablet that meets the demands of both productivity and entertainment. Despite being only 8.35mm thick and weighing 350g, Miix 2 features an Intel Bay Trail-T Quad Core processor, high definition display and two webcams. It also comes pre-installed with Microsoft Office to enable users to be productive on the go.

Lenovo Miix2 
The 8-inch Lenovo Miix 2 tablet.

Lenovo's new ThinkPad X1 Carbon is an upgrade to the original model. With an improved battery life of nine hours and an optional built-on 3G capability, the refreshed ultrabook enables users to be mobile and always connected.  Besides that, the new ThinkPad X1 Carbon is said to be light but tough as it is forged from carbon fibre, which is stronger than magnesium and aluminium but lighter than both materials. The new ultrabook also features an Adaptive Keyboard which highlights the relevant keys according to the software or application in use.

refreshed ThinkPad X1 Carbon 
According to Lenovo, the upgraded ThinkPad X1 Carbon ultrabook —which weighs less than 1.3kg — is the lightest 14-inch ultrabook in the world.

For an improved docking experience, the new ThinkPad X1 Carbon utilises the OneLink connector to eliminate cable clutter. This enables users to get power, Gigabit Ethernet, and dual display support through a single cable via ThinkPad OneLink docking solutions.

Retailing from S$2,499 (US$1,981), Lenovo's new ThinkPad X1 Carbon can be purchased from any Lenovo retailers and business partners in Singapore from next Thursday (27 February 2014).


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