Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme equips RTX 3080 graphics card in its thin and light body

Lenovo announced the fourth-generation ThinkPad X1 Extreme flagship notebook. Its selling point is that the latest Intel processor and NVIDIA graphics card are stuffed into a thin and light carbon fiber body.

Also unveiled at the same time are the new ThinkPad L series notebooks with AMD chips, as well as two Chromebooks, monitors, keyboards and mice, webcams, chargers and other accessories.

First of all, let’s talk about the most important ThinkPad X1 Extreme. This time the factory managed to control its thickness and weight to 17.7mm and 1.81kg.

It is equipped with a new hybrid cooling solution based on heat pipes, large-size VC and keyboard ventilation system, and strives to make the internal 11th generation Intel Core i9 H series processors and the latest NVIDIA graphics cards to be able to perform their best.

In the display part, consumers can choose a 16-inch 16:10 QHD+/UHD+ screen, both of which are 8+2 bit.

The higher-resolution models have touch and non-touch versions, and support Dolby Vision and have a peak brightness of 600 nits.


As for the memory up to 64GB DDR4, there are also dual 2TB M.2 PCIe Gen4 SSDs, and the built-in 90Wh battery can provide up to 10.7 hours of battery life.

Not surprisingly, the device also supports WiFi 6E, and an optional 5G module.

Its webcam is FHD, optional infrared function, and also has a physical barrier.

The speaker of the laptop has been certified by Dolby Atmos. In addition, it is also equipped with a fingerprint reader and a 115mm touchpad. Of course, the iconic “little red dot” is also available.

In order to meet the more advanced user needs of ThinkPad X1 Extreme users, Lenovo also introduced two new monitors.


The first is the 15.6-inch ThinkVision M15, which is a portable product, and the device weighs only about 860g.

In addition to being able to connect to a laptop, it can also output the screen of a mobile phone through a full-featured USB-C, which should be more suitable for business trips, work and entertainment scenes.

Then there is ThinkVision T24m-20, which is a 23.8-inch FHD monitor with a more conventional style.

It can supply 90W power to applicable devices via USB-C, and it can also be used to configure multi-screen combinations.