The new ThinkCentre X1 is an ultra-slim, ultra-innovative all-in-one (AIO) PC. Engineered to meet the evolving needs of business users, the ThinkCentre combines productivity, connectivity and possibility in equal measure.

Multiple innovations all-in-one place

The ThinkCentre X1 has been engineered to impress, with an unwavering focus on the big picture and the small details. Tailormade for office deployment, it packs a huge amount of computing power into a device that’s slimmer than a notebook, drawing on innovative materials and advanced technologies.

Advanced Aluminum chassis

The ThinkCentre X1 chassis is made from CNC-milled aluminum that is up to five times stronger than plastic. As well as providing a strong core, and enabling a very thin design, CNC-milled aluminium also offers excellent thermals for more effective cooling. It’s built to last too, tested in extreme dust and dirt environments that simulate 10 years of office dust.

Anti-glare technology

Innovative anti-glare technology has been employed that roughens the display surface at a micro level to scatter light and prevent glare. It’s a feature that is unique in the industry for an AIO of this size, helping to prevent eye strain and improve viewing. The display is then chemically hardened and ball-drop tested ten times to ensure a robust, reliable finish.

Mounted microphone and camera

Connect to a video or voice call from the ThinkCentre X1 and you’ll see and hear the difference instantly. Certified by Skype for Business, the ThinkCentre combines forward-facing dual array microphones with noise cancelling technology, and a high-quality camera that has an area polished clear for enhanced image quality. In addition, the microphones are positioned behind holes drilled in the screen, a more difficult manufacturing process, but one which results in clearer, crisper sound.

Combination desktop and monitor port

The ThinkCentre X1 features a single Display Port that is both an input and an output for video. This combination port spares users from having to figure out which port to use when connecting a second monitor to their PC, or trying to use it as an external display for a notebook or other device.