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Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 9 Laptop Now Comes with Fedora Linux or Ubuntu

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Lenovo is keeping to its promise of delivering more and more Linux laptops, and now the hardware giant is selling the 9th Generation of the ThinkPad X1 Carbon notebook with the Fedora Linux or Ubuntu as default operating systems.

Last year in August, Lenovo was selling the ThinkPad X1 Gen 8 with Fedora Linux, but now you can buy the newer model, which features ultra-thin and ultra-light redesigned chassis, an impressive 16:10 display, a wider touchpad, and larger battery.

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Lenovo's new ThinkPad has one major Linux upgrade

  • Lenovo's new ThinkPad has one major Linux upgrade

    Lenovo has updated its popular business-class ThinkPad X1 Carbon laptop series, which now comes pre-installed with either Fedora Linux or Ubuntu, besides Windows 10.

    Now in its 9th generation, the ThinkPad X1 Carbon is one of Lenovo’s longest-running line of business laptops. The latest series sports Intel’s 11th Gen Core Series “Tiger Lake” processors and a host of other improvements thanks to the line being Intel Evo certified.

    The latest series retains the X1 Carbon’s characteristic hybrid carbon fiber weave and thanks to the magnesium alloy body weighs in at 2.49 pounds (1.13 Kg). New in this generation is the unified one-bar hinge design, a wider touchpad, and an improved Dolby Atmos enabled speaker system.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 9 is now available with Fedora

  • Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 9 is now available with Fedora or Ubuntu Linux

    The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 9 is a premium thin and light laptop with a 14 inch display with support for up to a 4K display, up to an Intel Core i7-1185G7 processor, 32GB of RAM, and 1TB of PCIe SSD storage all stuffed into a package that’s less than 0.6 inches thick and which weighs less than 2.5 pounds. When the laptop went on sale earlier this year it was initially available with a choice of Windows 10 Home or Pro operating systems. Now there are two more options: Ubuntu or Fedora.

Lenovo launches featherweight ThinkPad X1 Nano

  • Lenovo launches featherweight ThinkPad X1 Nano

    As hybrid modes of working become increasingly widespread, Lenovo has announced the launch of the featherweight ThinkPad X1 Nano in the UAE. It empowers PC users to work from anywhere, with enhanced connectivity, productivity and security.

    Weighing in at just 1.99 pounds (907g), the X1 Nano is not only the lightest ThinkPad ever created, but also the first to be based on the Intel Evo platform and powered by 11th Gen Intel Core processors.

    The ThinkPad X1 Nano delivers supreme speed and intelligence while maintaining outstanding battery life.

    Commenting on the introduction of the PC to the local market, Mohammed Hilili, General Manager, Gulf and East Africa at Lenovo said, “Today’s workplace is no longer about where you go, it’s about what you do. While flexible working affords a great deal of privileges, certain challenges naturally remain. Organisations and individuals want the peace-of-mind to know that they can stay securely connected and immersed, wherever they choose to work from. Key to enabling this is a device which combines cutting-edge technology with practical usability. The ThinkPad X1 Nano ushers in a new era of possibilities for the always-on, hypermobile worker and we are confident that this PC has set a new benchmark for featherweight PC category in the marketplace.”

Does the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon support Linux?

  • Does the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon support Linux?

    The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 10 is one of the most powerful ultrabooks to come out in 2022. The new 2022 refreshed model comes with Intel’s new 12th gen processors, a new high-quality webcam, and more. There’s a lot to like about this particular laptop and we think it definitely deserves a spot in our collection of the best business laptops. The ThinkPad X1 Carbon is a Windows machine, but what if you want to run Linux on it? Luckily, you can.

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