Lenovo's 2020 commercial lineup leaks with a new ThinkPad X1 Nano and more

Thanks to a tweet from Microsoft leakster WalkingCat, it seems that Lenovo's entire commercial product portfolio for 2020 has leaked, and there sure are a lot of interesting new additions. Some of them, like the ThinkPad X1 Fold, we already knew about, as it was announced at CES this year. The X1 Carbon and X1 Yoga also got their yearly refreshes already.

However, those three aren't the only new X1 devices on there. Most notable is the ThinkPad X1 Nano, and luckily, there are more details on this one.

It weighs in at under a kilogram and it's made of carbon fiber. If you're wondering why this isn't just a new ThinkPad X1 Carbon, since being lightweight and made of carbon fiber is what the Carbon is known for, it's likely because this device has a 13-inch 16:10 display, rather than a 14-inch 16:9 screen.

As you can see from the details in the image above, it also has Intel's next-gen Tiger Lake processors, smaller bezels, 4G LTE and 5G, Dolby Atmos speakers, and more. But of course, the key feature is how light it is, as you can probably tell by the name.

But that's not the only thing that's notable about the slide showing the whole lineup. There's a TBA ThinkPad on there, but there's also a ThinkPad X1 Tablet shown. This is a product that Lenovo used to make, but it hasn't been refreshed since January 2018. Presumably, it's been overhauled, so it should be interesting to see what the company brings to the table.

That means that by the end of this year, the ThinkPad X1 lineup will consist of the Carbon, Yoga, Tablet, Fold, Extreme, Nano, and a to be announced version.

There's more though, because it looks like there are some new ThinkBooks on the way. The series will finally get a Yoga convertible, and a new P-series.

There are a lot of unannounced products here, so Lenovo should be pretty busy for the rest of the year with these.

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