The Lenovo X1 Carbon has not been released yet but the company is confident that it will be the lightest 14 inch ultrabook on the market. The manufacturer claims that this ultraportable laptop will weight exactly 3 lbs and 0.7 inches thick. The durable carbon-fiber shell is how Lenovo plans to keep this ultrabook so light weight. One of the neat features is the X1 Carbon can fold it's LCD display 180 degrees.
There's no official specs for the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, but you can expect some sort of Intel Core i options. Also, there will be Solid State Drives feature either 128 or 256 GB. What is know is the display will be a 1600 x 900 wide-angle and not IPS. Standard ports will be made available for the X1 carbon: USB 2.0, USB 3.0, HDMI, SD card slot, headphone jack, ect. The keyboard will be backlit and so will the touchpad which is a nice touch. Lastly, this Ultrabook will have 2G/3G connectivity but no carriers have been announced. Look for Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon to be release sometime this summer.