Lenovo is bringing notebook PCs to the office

Lenovo is taking the wraps off a new laptop, which it says is the world’s first notebook with a laptop built-in.

Lenovo is rolling out a new ThinkPad X1 Carbon laptop at its CES press conference on Tuesday.

The ThinkPad, which is expected to ship in September, is a high-end laptop with an Intel Core i5-6500U processor and 16GB of RAM.

The laptop also comes with a keyboard, a full-size touchpad, and a 2TB SSD for storage.

Lenovo says the laptop is capable of up to 6 hours of battery life.

It is also a full desktop replacement, with the ThinkPad taking the place of a laptop that’s been replaced by a desktop replacement.

The X1’s dimensions are 8.6 inches wide by 1.9 inches tall by 2.4 inches deep, and it weighs 6.9 pounds.

Lenovo will be selling the laptop for $799.99.

Lenovo has also said that the X1 will have a 15-inch display.

The company says it’s launching a notebook version of the X01 Carbon later this year.