ThinkPad X series
I have not used an X tablet, but as long as it has the same chipset and memory sockets, I think it should work. Compatible Memory sort price: Retrieved 30 August The X uses the rectangular power plug. Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions. With so many variations in memory, it's important to understand just exactly what will work — and what won't — in your system. Views Read Edit View history.
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Forums Knowledge Base Blogs. Message 1 of Hi, i've recently purchased a refurb x which is shipping with win 7 pro x64 but has only 4gb of ram. Can someone please confirm the laptop can take 16gb ram? If so somewhere i can purchase this from in the UK? Message 2 of This helped me too. Message 3 of I got my 2 x 8GB kit from Crucial. If a post solves your issue, please mark it so. Message 4 of Hi thanks for the reply can someone send a link to the ram on the website as there is so many types and i'm not confident enough to choose the correct one?
Speaking of which, be careful not to touch the gold pins of the memory stick; any oils or dirt there can lead to memory errors later on. The hard drive bay is located on the right side of the notebook next to the headphone jack. Remove the single screw holding it in place and slide the drive out. The drive is actually attached to a caddy and needs to be removed.
Take off the rubber bumpers and the four screws holding it in place, then replace the drive and performing the opposite actions to put the drive back into the notebook.
The mSATA slot is the next storage expansion option. It may be desirable to use this slot to house a fast SSD, and then just use the primary 2. There are six in total. Next, turn the notebook over and open the lid. Push the keyboard forward gently — notice the clips holding it in place. The X tablet was also released in April The tablet offered the same specifications as the X laptop, in terms of processor , graphics, and RAM. The battery life on the X tablet was up to 9 hours with a 6-cell battery and up to 18 hours with an external battery pack and a 6-cell battery.
An addition to the lightweight X series, weighing between 1. It was the thinnest ThinkPad laptop to date at The screen is a Base configuration uses an Intel Sandy Bridge 2. The battery is internal and not removable, and there is no optical drive. The specifications  of the ThinkPad X1 laptop are given below:. The X1 Carbon requires the use of a dongle to access wired Ethernet and some models include 3G cellular modems.
The X1 Carbon has a inch screen with a resolution of by pixels. The X1 Carbon weighs 1. The X1 Carbon's case is made of light carbon-fiber and has a matte black finish. The excellent keyboard shows up other ultrabooks, and the rugged build quality is reassuring. With a slightly boosted battery and maybe a lower starting price, this could be a serious contender for my all-around favorite thin laptop. Peter Bright wrote a disaparaging review for "Ars technica".
He found the new X1 Carbon with the "Adaptive Keyboard" to be near perfect but unusable because the keyboard was so non standard when compared with that of a desktop, or the older ThinkPad Ts and Lenovo Helix keyboards. As a touch typist he despaired at the removal of the function keys, and the layout. He cited the repositioning of Caps Lock, replacing it with Home End, and that pretty much each little -finger key has moved.
Its display makes use of multi-touch technology that can detect simultaneous inputs from up to ten fingers. The ThinkPad X was announced on 15 May  and replaced the earlier X , introducing a new chiclet-style, 6-row keyboard replacing the older 7-row keyboard style. The maximum amount of installable memory was 16GB in two memory slots. The ThinkPad Xt is not compatible with previous series 3 docking stations and It is only compatible with the UltraBase series 3 "slice base".
The ThinkPad X replaced the earlier X The ThinkPad Helix was released as an option for corporate IT buyers who were looking for the power of a high-end Ultrabook and mobility of a tablet.
The ThinkPad Helix featured a tablet powered by Ivy Bridge components, a docking keyboard, and Wacom digitizer stylus.
The Xe is a laptop designed for the education market and it comes in three versions: It has a durable case fitted with rubber bumpers and thickened plastic case components, in order to improve its durability.
The display is an It can be customised with various colors, school logos, and asset tagging. The Xe comes in several processor versions: The ThinkPad X has a Broadwell processor. A touch screen was available for this model. The X uses the rectangular power plug.