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Also enjoy the award-winning ergonomic ThinkPad keyboard, featuring white coloured backlight when in Quiet mode, or red coloured when in Performance mode.
It was originally made for the Chinese market, which is very different from Western markets. They don´t have the clear separation between business and consumer Notebooks and dedicated GPUs are much more popular there compared with Western markets.
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I would presume what will work best is a P-Series with a GTX GPU variant/Drivers.
If Lenovo is going to do dual colors on the keyboard, whats stopping them from doing full RGB colors on the keyboard?
Will there be a gamer version of the X1C just like how Razer had their Razer Blade?
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