At CES 2017 Lenovo showed off the newest members of its enterprise laptop lineup.First up, is a new ThinkPad X1 Carbon. This fifth-generation version looks a lot like the previous models. However, it’s smaller, lighter and (at least according to Lenovo) boosts an impressive 15.5 hours of battery life.

It has a 14-inch, full HD display, runs on Intel’s Kaby Lake U-series processors, has an LTE modem, and supports Microsoft’s Precision Trackpad. As for ports, it has a 2 Thunderbolt 3 ports, 2 USB 3 ports, an HDMI port and MicroSD and MicroSIM slots.

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If you’re a fan of Lenovo’s X1 Carbon line or looking for an ultralight Windows laptop, I think the new model is definitely worth checking out. Shipping begins in February and pricing starts at $1,349.

Next is the ThinkPad X1 Yoga. This convertible laptop has a 14-inch OLED touch display and can be configured in a variety of processor, storage, and memory configurations, including including Intel’s Core i7 vPro processors, 16GB of RAM and a 1TB SSD.

Among several improvements to this model is a new “rise and fall” keyboard that retracts the keys when you fold the screen into tablet mode.

Pricing for the new X1 Yoga starts at $1,499 and it also begins shipping in February.

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