lenovo has just announced two new business notebooks during CES 2015, the ThinkPad X1 Carbon and the Thinkpad X250.

Both are powered by Intel’s latest 5th generation Intel Core processors and offer a design and specs that allow it to be perfect for any business man on the go, one of those specs being the option to add 4G and LTE connectivity to either of those laptops depending on your region.

They are also extremely thin, the X1 measures just 17.7mm whilst the X250 measures just 20.3mm from top to bottom, they are also pretty light with the X1 weighing in at 2.9 and the X250 weighing in at just a few ounces lighter.

Both models do however have some differences, the X1 has a standard 1080p 14-inch display with an optional 1440p panel, whilst the X250 has a 12.5 inch 1,366 x 768 display with the option of adding 1080p.

Inside the X1 there’s also OneLink Dock connector technology with support for mDP and HDMI outputs, alongside USB 2.0, USB 3.0, VGA, Mini DisplayPort, Ethernet and Audio Jacks.

Inside you will also find 802.11n WiFi (upgradeable to 802.11ac) and Bluetooth 4.0.

The X250 also has USB 3.0, VGA, Mini-DisplayPort, Ethernet and audio jacks with 802.11n WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0 as standard.

Lenovo has yet to announce worldwide availability of either notebook but we do know that in the US the Z1 Carbon will be available later this month from $1249 and the X250 will be available in February for $1149.

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