Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet review: Smart design makes up for performance shortcomings


In all, I'd call the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet a perfectly competent Windows 10 tablet, whose 1.1GHz Core m5-6y57 processor and 8GB of memory can chew through average office tasks with aplomb. Unlike Microsoft's Surface series, the keyboard is included in the price of the ThinkPad X1 Tablet: 1,349 for our review unit. The modules all fit between the tablet and the keyboard: There's the 150 Productivity module, which combines an additional 24Whr battery, USB 3.0 connector, HDMI, and OneLink connection; the 280 Presenter module, which adds a pico projector for presentations, HDMI, and a 10Whr battery; and the 220 3D Imaging module, which adds an Intel RealSense depth camera, HDMI, and a USB 3.0 port. The ThinkPad X1 Tablet's chip runs at the same 1.1GHz core clock speed as the chip in the competing HP Elite x2.

Building the Foundation of the Cognitive Computing Era


When most people think about artificial intelligence and cognitive computing, they think of futuristic technological landscapes overrun with evil robots. Scott Crowder is currently Chief Technical Officer and Vice President, Technical Strategy and Transformation for IBM Systems. Previously, Scott was Vice President, Technical Strategy within IBM Corporate Strategy. In this role, he helped define the cross-IBM technical strategy for cloud infrastructure, workload optimized systems, Big Data and Analytics, composable services, software-defined infrastructure, and cognitive solutions.