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Head-To-Head: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Vs. Apple MacBook Pro

The CRN Test Center compares the fifth generation of Lenovo's popular business laptop with Apple's latest update to the MacBook Pro.

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First Things First

One thing to mention up front is that you've got some initial choices to make with the MacBook Pro, around the size and whether or not you want the Touch Bar -- a touch-sensitive strip that's located in place of the function row of keys. There are three distinct models of the MacBook Pro, and the Touch Bar, which provides controls that adapt to whatever app is being used, is included in two of the models. Apple is offering a 15-inch MacBook Pro that comes automatically with the Touch Bar, as well as a 13-inch model that has the Touch Bar and an entry-level 13-inch model that doesn't have the Touch Bar.

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