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The 12 Coolest New Laptops At CES 2021

This week at the all-digital CES, laptops from Lenovo, Dell, HP and Acer are making their debut with innovative features for WFH.

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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (Gen 9)

Lenovo says it has done a complete redesign of the popular ThinkPad X1 Carbon for its ninth-generation release this year. Updates on the X1 Carbon Gen 9 include a new 16:10 aspect ratio and reduced blue light on the 14-inch display, which will offer a choice between UHD or FHD resolution (up to 500 nits of brightness). Other new features and capabilities include an integrated fingerprint reader on the power button; optional 5G or LTE connectivity; a wider touchpad; and support for Dolby Voice, which optimizes the performance of the notebook’s microphones and speakers. Dolby Voice features include dynamic levelling, which automatically adapts to voices that are quieter or far away and provides noise suppression to limit background noises and echo. The new X1 Carbon will also include a larger battery than the previous model, at 57 Whr, to enable battery life of up to 16 hours.

On performance, the notebook will be powered by 11th-gen Intel Core processors (up to Core i7 vPro) and be configurable with up to 32 GB of RAM. And on security, an embedded human presence detection sensor will lock the X1 Carbon when the user walks away--and then automatically log the user back in with the help of Windows Hello facial recognition--while the notebook will also offer an optional integrated privacy display to protect against viewing by onlookers.

The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon, Gen 9, will have a starting price of $1,429 and will be available in February. 

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