Lenovo has unveiled a prototype of its folding ThinkPad X1 touchscreen laptop. It has a 13.3″ 2K OLED display, a sturdy hinge, and batteries that are at the “bottom” half so it stays stable in laptop mode. The final version will come with a Wacom stylus and a keyboard when it drops in 2020.
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The successor to the Lenovo X280, the X390 laptop packs a 13.3″ display in the body of a 12″ machine. It’s only 0.7″ thick and weighs just 2.7 lb. It’s powered by Intel 8th gen CPUs, has an optional SIM slot for LTE, and lasts up to 17 hours per charge. Drops 6/2019 for $1099+.
The Lenovo 700 Ultraportable Bluetooth Speaker is as thin and light as a smartphone. It’s just 0.43″ thick yet packs a battery that lasts up to 8h. It’s compatible with Siri and Google Assistant and pairs via Bluetooth 5.0, NFC and USB-C. Drops 3/2019 for $149. More here.
Lenovo’s Legion Y540 is a gaming laptop with an elegant design. It has white backlighting on its keyboard, up to an 8th gen Core i7 CPU, NVIDIA RTX 2060 Max-Q GPU, and a 15.6″ 1080p display with an optional 144Hz refresh rate. Drops Spring 2019 starting at $930.
Lenovo’s answer to the Surface Studio. Like Microsoft’s offering, the Yoga A940 all-in-one PC has a touchscreen display that tilts to make it easier to touch the 27″ 4K display. It comes with a stylus, a keyboard, and a wireless charging pad. Drops later in 2019 for $2349+.
Lenovo will be releasing what appears to be an officially-licensed desktop PC that resembles the NCC-1701A Enterprise from Star Trek. Inside is a projector, a 9th gen Intel Core i9 CPU, a GTX 2080 GPU, up to 32GB RAM and up to 3TB storage. Photos via My Drivers.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme is an enticing variant of the thin-and-light business notebook. You get the thin and light form, trademark keyboard and no nonsense looks, a 1080p screen or 4K touchscreen, and most notably, a GTX 1050 Ti GPU for gaming or video editing.
Lenovo’s new P1 laptop is for those with demanding needs for performance on the go. The 15.6″ laptop weighs under 4 lb thanks to its carbon fiber and magnesium alloy case, yet packs a Core i7/Xeon CPU, up to 64GB RAM, up to 4TB SSD and an NVIDIA Quadro P2000 GPU.
The IdeaCentre AIO Y910 is a 27″ gaming PC with a considerate design. It’s an all-in-one, but you can upgrade its RAM, storage and desktop-class GPU. It also has an HDMI input so you can use it as a monitor, extending its life even when its CPU becomes obsolete.
Lenovo managed to cram in a 14″ 1080p/1440p screen, the latest Intel CPU, 2 USB-C ports, 2 USB 3 ports, an HDMI port, an Ethernet port, a microSD/SIM card slot, and its vaunted full-size keyboard in a tiny weatherproof carbon fiber case that weighs just 2.5lb.