Category:X1 Carbon (3rd Gen)

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This page gives an overview of the Lenovo New ThinkPad X1 Carbon Ultrabook™ (3rd Gen) (2015), also referred to as X1C3.
previous generations: 2012, 2014

Jonas Hendrickx wrote on ThinkScopes.com:
The new X1 Carbon Gen 3 goes by several name, internally it is referred as Mystique 2, while the gen 2 is Mystique 1, and ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 1 is called the Genesis


Details

TODO
Please note that the specs below are incomple, help needed!
  • Machine type: 20BS*, 20BT*
  • Processor: TBD
  • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 5500
  • Display:
    • 14.0" WQHD (2560x1440), 260nit, IPS with multitouch
    • 14.0" WQHD (2560x1440), 300nit
    • 14.0" HD+ (1920x1080), 300nit
  • Memory:
    • 4GB DDR3L SDRAM 12800 MHz
    • 8GB DDR3L SDRAM 12800 MHz
  • Disk:
    • 128GB SSD
    • 256GB SSD
    • 512GB SSD
  • WLAN:
    • Intel Centrino 7260 (Wilkins Peak 2 BN) 2x2 AC + Bluetooth 4.0
    • Intel Centrino 7260 (Wilkins Peak 2 AC) 2x2 AC + Bluetooth 4.0
  • WWAN:
    • Sierra Wireless EM7355 - Gobi 5000
    • Ericsson Business Mobile Networks BV N5321 gw
  • Bluetooth: Bluetooth 4.0 supported by WLAN module
  • Keyboard: 5-row with Trackpoint, backlit Keyboard keys
  • I/O Ports:
    • 2 x USB 3.0 (1 with AOU)
    • Audio/Mic Combo
    • OneLink Dock
    • HDMI
    • MiniDP
    • Ethernet mini jack
    • Sim card slot
  • Battery: Up to 10.9 hours
  • Webcam: Integrated camera 1.3MP - 720P with mute function
  • Audio: Dolby® Home Theater® v4 with Digital Dual Array microphone certified for Microsoft Lync
  • Fingerprint Reader: yes
  • Wired ethernet network: yes, via a external dongle provided FRU:04X6435; Lenovo P/N:SC10A39882AB

Distro resources

Archlinux

Amazingly the X1C3 works out of the box on Archlinux. Only a couple of niggly issues remain:

Debian

Debian Jessie worked out of the box via the Ethernet connection and a netinst image on USB. All buttons appear to work. Neet some more time to test but amazing. Did install the non-free firmware and repos. Confirmed that HDMI audio does work however I had to configure the HDMI audio source to be higher in the list to be selected for output. ArchLinux above should work with proper settings.

Ubuntu

Ubuntu 14.10 on ThinkPad X1 Carbon 3rd Gen

Pages in category "X1 Carbon (3rd Gen)"

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