Lenovo has also announced that it is introducing a number of updates to its ThinkPad T series portfolio in order to address the changing productivity and collaboration needs of an increasingly diversifying workforce. The move to 16:10 aspect ratio displays that come with low blue light technology along with FHD camera options and Dolby Audio speaker systems, as well as Dolby Voice, considerably enhance the overall collaboration experience. This is also boosted by robust connectivity courtesy of the Wi-Fi 6E and enhanced WWAN options.
Lenovo has also announced the ThinkVision M14d mobile USB-C monitor, which weighs less than 600 grams and offers a super narrow bezel in its 14-inch 16:10 aspect ratio display. This high-resolution (2240 x 1400) display supports an impressive 100% sRGB wide colour gamut to provide greater visual fidelity. It is equipped with a natural low blue light technology which helps with eye care, and also has a simple one-cable connection for extending screen space.
X1 Extreme - A Brilliant Beast
The ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 5 is an absolute performance powerhouse that is designed for users that have demanding work or need high-definition entertainment. New features include 165Hz refresh rate in a 16-inch 16:10 aspect ratio display with low blue light technology and 12th Gen Intel Core H-series processors with up to i9, as well as optional Intel vPro technology in other models. High-performance mobile graphics options are made available on this thanks to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti with 16GB GDDR6. It has an intelligent integrated liquid metal thermal paste for both the CPU as well as the GPU to provide better cooling that can also result in a performance boost through better thermal efficiency. The X1 Extreme Gen 5 can also be configured with a superfast DDR5 4800Mhz memory of up to 64GB and two 4TB M.2 PCIe Gen 4 SSDs. Lastly, it has a massive battery capacity of 90Wh and comes with the latest SD Express 7.0 card reader to support ultra-fast SDXC memory cards.
ISV-Certification On The Go
ThinkPad P14s Gen 3 and P16s Gen 1 are Lenovo’s most mobile workstations to date and offer a great combination of power and performance for professional users. Equipped with the latest Intel Core processors and NVIDIA T550 professional graphics, both these workstations are ISV-certified to power applications, including but not restricted to AutoCAD, Revit, and SolidWorks. These magnificent mobile machines ensure reliability as well as durability on the go with the ThinkShield security suite and MIL-SPEC testing for highly mobile users. Both the models by Lenovo also offer improved usability features such as a wider touchpad, blue light technology, all-day battery capacity, an upgraded FHD webcam, and X-Rite factory colour calibration for incredible colour accuracy. The ThinkPad P16s Gen 1 from Lenovo redefines power and portability with its sleek and light 16-inch chassis and has been designed to prioritize the needs of engineers, architects, and students.
The Most Successful Business Laptop Gets An Upgrade
Lenovo has announced that it is also introducing a new ThinkPad T16 along with the updated ThinkPad T14s Gen 3 and T14 Gen 3. They are available with an option to choose between the latest 12th Gen Intel Core processors with optional Intel vPro technology or the all-new AMD Ryzen PRO 6000 Series processors with the Microsoft Pluton security processor, with all of them providing support up to Windows 11 Pro. New features on these include 14-inch and 16-inch 16:10 aspect ratio display options that are both surrounded by four-sided narrow bezel designs. They deliver incredible mobile graphics courtesy of integrated AMD Radeon 600M graphics on the AMD models and up to Intel® Iris® Xe graphics with optional NVIDIA MX 550 or RTX 2050 discrete graphics on the Intel models. They also have support for the latest Wi-Fi 6E and an optional Cat16 4G Wireless WAN to offer super fast and reliable connectivity at home, in the office, and even on the go. ThinkPad T14 and ThinkPad T16 come with two battery options. The T14 has a 39.3Wh option for people and a 52.5Wh option for those looking for more battery life. On the T16, even bigger battery options are made available with a choice between 52.5Wh and 86Wh. The all-new 16:10 aspect ratio displays also integrate an optional FHD or FHD Infrared camera to provide improved video conferencing experiences along with a much-needed physical privacy shutter. The ThinkPad T14 is the first laptop with a new software-only human presence detection solution that uses ultrasound sensor technology. Both systems also come with a large 115mm touchpad that provides improved usability for all touchpad users.
Office On The Go
The new ThinkVision M14d is a great ally for any ThinkPad. It is a unique mobile USB-C monitor that weighs less than 600 grams and comes with a 14-inch IPS 2.2K display that delivers extra viewing space with a 16:10 aspect ratio. It can be easily connected via a USB Type-C cable to offer a power pass-through to make for an elegant single cable solution. It has two USB-C ports supporting data transfer which make the M14d a USB hub that can support the connection between supported peripherals like external storage, smartphones, and more. ThinkVision M14d is designed especially for extended use, whether it is for adding a second display or seamlessly sharing content with others within meeting spaces. It also has an ergonomic height adjustment stand, which has become a very common additional tool that people buy externally. It also comes with a handy protective sleeve to conveniently slip it into a carry case along with a laptop.