The 16:10 ThinkPad X1 Nano’s European pricing is revealed

The 16:10 ThinkPad X1 Nano’s European pricing is revealed

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The ThinkPad X1 Nano. (Source: Lenovo)

The ThinkPad X1 Nano is a recently-released Lenovo laptop with a 16:10 aspect-ratio display and a weight of under 1 kilogram (kg). It has just been spotted on a German e-tail website in various configurations. They start at prices approximately translating to US$2300 on their new platform.

Lenovo launched the X1 Nano as a new kind of 13-inch ThinkPad with an ultra-low weight and up to i7 Tiger Lake silicon. It has just appeared via a new sales avenue in Germany: CampusPoint, an online store ostensibly aimed at students.

Nevertheless, its listings might give consumers in other European countries an idea of how much they might have to pay should they want one of these ultrabooks when they arrive on their own markets.

The site has 4 SKUs of the Nano available, all of which have matte 2K IPS displays. Their base model here has the Intel Core i5-1130G7 processor, 16GB of RAM and a 512GB NVMe SSD. Their specs rise to encompass the i7-1160G7 CPU, a maximum of 1TB of storage and 4G/LTE support.

They start at €1899 (~US$2300) for the starting i5/512GB SSD model, or €2029 (~$2458) for a version of the same with mobile data. €2149 (~$2603) gets the buyer a non-4G/LTE ThinkPad X1 Nano with the i7, whereas €2249 (~$2725) nets the top-end i7/1TB/SIM card-enabled variant. All of these options also have IR webcams and Windows 10 Pro.

Deirdre O’Donnell, 2020-12-13 (Update: 2020-12-13)

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