ThinkPad X1 Carbon (3rd Gen.) Broadwell

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  1. j3ff

    j3ff Notebook Enthusiast

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    Mine is zipping along here..

    Says delivery date is Thursday, I guess UPS has tomorrow off? As I said above, mine is coming to NY, does anyone know what kind of shipping this comes after it hits the states? Air/Ground?

    If it goes Air I'd be surprised if it took three business days to get from KY to NYC

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    tes5884 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Seems mine is in the same group as yours. Got to Kentucky 7:37 am. Also coming to NY.
     
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    j3ff Notebook Enthusiast

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    Sweet! After reading a few threads I thought it'd be late, not early!
     
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    Well, if I remember correctly, it was impossible, on a X1 2014, to install a SSD on the M.2 slot dedicated for the WWAN card. Sooo... Not a HDD whitelist per se, but sounds a little bit like it. It might be possible to swap the default SSD for another, indeed, but they also might block anything other than a WLAN or WWAN adapter on their respectives M.2 slots. Too bad, I would love to have a second SSD on this one. Gonna have to wait to see if it's possible, and if not, have to wait some more to see what will be possible with the T450s.
     
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    GiantCow Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hoping you guys get your X1s soon. Waiting for a few more first impressions before I pull the trigger.

    I'd also be interested to know if the 128GB SSD is upgradable. Don't really need any more than 128GB currently for my uses but would be nice to have the option to expand further down the road without the absurd Lenovo upcharge.
     
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    Sure it is, you can use every M.2 SSD (attached via PCI Express or SATA) with a length of 80mm.
     
  7. j3ff

    j3ff Notebook Enthusiast

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    Anyone have any good sources on PCIe drives for this? 240 or so gigs?
     
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    undoIT Notebook Consultant

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    If anyone can verify for sure whether or not it is possible to install two SSDs, please let us know.
     
  9. mightaswell

    mightaswell Notebook Geek

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    I am also eager to know about this.
     
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    ohadfreund Notebook Guru

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    I don't believe it us possible due to space limitations (and maybe other limitations as well).

    BTW, in the first generation it was possible to change the SSD, but there were no other options in this form factor.
     
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