Lenovo has you covered with its new ThinkPad X12 Detachable, a tablet that can quickly turn into a laptop-like device for those times
you’re stationed at a desk, if you find yourself in need of both a laptop and a tablet with an emphasis on portability.
For taking notes, presentations, and anything else you can do during
the workday, the X12 Detachable features a 12.3-inch screen and stylus.
This new addition to the ‘X’ line provides those who often switch between their tablet and laptop
with a different type of experience, reducing the burden for those who often work away from their desks.
The X12 Detachable features a 12.3-inch tablet that separates from the keyboard quickly;
it includes a built-in kickstand when in ‘laptop’ arrangement to prop up the display.
Lenovo notes that its detachable 2-in-1 is more powerful than a dedicated tablet, offering the
level of durability and safety that many of the ThinkPad line have come to expect.
Users can expect the Intel Core i7 vPro quad-core processor of the 11th
generation, Intel Iris X graphics, 16 GB of memory, and 1 TB of storage.
The 4.2Whr battery provides up to about 10 hours of runtime;
the device uses a USB-C charger and includes support for quick charging.
Other features include a hybrid IR 5MP front camera and a privacy
shutter, while an 8MP camera is located at the back of the tablet.
There is a single Thunderbolt 4 port and
a USB 3.2 USB-C dock on the device.
The 12.3-inch display has a Full HD+ resolution with 3:2 aspect ratio,
400 nits of brightness, and Corning Gorilla Glass 5 for extra protection.
The display includes dual-array microphones, fingerprint sensors, dTPM 2.0 chip, Kensington
lock, and support for Lenovo’s Precision Pro and Digital Pen styluses.
Connectivity is extensive with WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.1,
and Nano SIM for connection to LTE services.
The features round out are NFC, a combo audio jack, a
weight of 1.67lbs and a profile of 14.5mm, including a keyboard.