Every laptop maker is trying to create the perfect tablet that does a little more than the usual, and now Lenovo has a fresh take on the formula. At CES today, Lenovo is introducing the ThinkPad X1 tablet. It’s a regular 12-inch tablet powered by Intel’s latest Core m7 chipset, but it’s also a little more.
Lenovo is known for its unique take on the laptop with its flipping and twisting Yoga series, and now it’s trying to modularize the tablet. While the main portion of the ThinkPad X1 just looks like any other Windows tablet, you can attach three modules to the bottom to transform it into a laptop, projector, or a 3D camera.