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A new ThinkPad X1 tablet

Lenovo's 2nd gen ThinkPad X1 gets a minor update.

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A 2-in-1 hybrid

It looks just like last year's model, but now offers Intel's latest 7th gen processors.

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Built-in kickstand

Like many other tablet-hybrids, it has a built-in kickstand.

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Covert switch

There's a switch on the back to open up the kickstand.

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Easy to flip open

You might need a nail to make it work.

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Opposite of the Surface Pro

The kickstand flips out like a moving truck.

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So-so screen quality

The screen is decently sharp, but very reflective.

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Perfectly portable

Even for a large tablet, it's a compact machine for traveling with.

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Trackpoint

The red trackpoint in the middle is common for the Lenovo ThinkPad line.

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