The 2-in-1 notebook not only comes with its ultra-light housing, but also with a 360-degree hinge that allows you to use the laptop in different positions (same as the HP Dragonfly). The notebook owes its name to the display lid made of titanium, which gives it a very special look.
But it was not just about the outside: Inside throbbing on the Intel Evo vPro platform-based powerhouse, which according to its own statements brings a combination of impressive performance, responsiveness, battery life and breathtaking graphics on a 2K display with Dolby Vision. The integrated ThinkShield security suite, Wi-Fi 6 and the 5G option complete the package.
ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga Availability and price
The notebook is expected to be available from the end of February, at a starting price of 2,149 euros. You can find more information about Lenovo products on the official website.