It looks like a tablet, but this time it’s an IBM-made computer with a laptop-like keyboard and a touchpad.
It’s a Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon, which costs $3,499.99 and ships in October.
It runs Windows 8.1 with a 3,300mAh battery and a 256GB SSD.
We spoke to a Lenovo tech support representative who said the laptop’s specifications are a little different than the ThinkPad series, which typically includes two main computers.
The ThinkPad T470s are $3.99 each.
The Lenovo Thinkpad T470 Pro is $2,399.99.
The new laptop comes with a keyboard that’s a little thinner and lighter than a ThinkPad, with the top and bottom being removable.
But the keypad is now mounted on the left side of the laptop, instead of the right.
The laptop’s touchpad, too, is different than previous ThinkPads.
Instead of the usual keys, the touchpad now uses the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 trackpad.
The keypad itself also has a dedicated fingerprint reader, which works a little differently than previous versions.
The touchpad is located on the right side of a laptop.
It has a smaller footprint than before, too.
A keycap is also included, but it’s not included on the Thinkpad X1.
Lenovo says the new laptop will be the first with a 4GB RAM and 64GB SSD, both of which are new for this model.
The computer comes with 128GB of storage, a USB-C port, and a headphone jack.