Few days before the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018, Lenovo has announced some of their new devices. The company has introduced slimmer and lighter designs that all come with Intel’s 8th generation core processors and new physical webcam cameras, the ThinkPad X along with a new docking station and monitors.
- Lenovo K320t with 18:9 display, officially launched in China
- Lenovo Yoga 920 now available for pre-order at P140k price
Lenovo’s new laptops also support facial recognition in Windows Hello with IR cameras, it has USB Type-C power adapters and a new slide-to-connect docking system designed to work with 12-inch, 14-inch, and 15-inch ThinkPad laptops.
The new ThinkPad X series consists of X280 and X380 Yoga, which are designed for durability. ThinkPad X380 Yoga convertible features a 13.3-inch Full HD touchscreen display and a 360-degree hinge. It is powered by up to Core i7 processor with vPro tech, 16GB RAM and up to 1TB PCIe NVMe SSD storage. Also, it has up to 13.6 hours battery life and supports rapid-charge which can fuel the battery up to 80% in an hour.
The 12.5-inch X280 is 20% lighter and 15% thinner than its predecessor, weighing 2.5lb and coming in at 17.4mm thick. It also can be fueled up to 80% in just an hour and have a battery life of up to 16.6 hours.
Along with the new laptops, Lenovo also introduced new monitors. The ThinkVision P32u and ThinkVision X24. ThinkVision P32u is a 32-inch IPS monitor with a 4K resolution that delivers 99.5% coverage of the AdobeRGB color gamut. On the other hand, X24 features a 23.8-inch screen with a Full HD resolution, it has 1.1mm bezel, while the display itself is just 4mm thick.