Lenovo today released the fourth-generation ThinkPad X1 Extreme flagship notebook. Its selling point is that it packs the latest Intel processors and NVIDIA graphics cards into a thin and light carbon fiber body. Also unveiled at the same time are the new ThinkPad L series notebooks with AMD chips, as well as two Chromebooks, monitors, keyboards and mice, cameras, chargers and other accessories.
First of all, let’s talk about the most important ThinkPad X1 Extreme. This time the factory managed to control its thickness and weight to 17.7mm and 1.81kg. It is equipped with a new hybrid cooling solution based on heat pipe, large-size VC and keyboard ventilation system, and strives to make the internal 11th generation Intel Core i9 H series processor and the latest NVIDIA graphics card (the highest and lowest options are RTX 3080 and RTX 3050 respectively) Ti) Can do its best to give full play to performance.
In the display part, consumers can choose a 16-inch 16:10 QHD+/UHD+ screen, both of which are 8+2 bit. The higher resolution models have touch and non-touch versions, and support Dolby Vision and have a peak brightness of 600 nits. As for the memory up to 64GB DDR4, as well as dual 2TB M.2 PCIe Gen4 SSDs, the built-in 90Wh battery can provide up to 10.7 hours of battery life. Not surprisingly, the device also supports WiFi 6E, and an optional 5G module. Its camera is FHD, optional infrared function, and also has a physical barrier. The speaker of the notebook has been certified by Dolby Atmos. In addition, it is also equipped with a fingerprint reader and a 115mm touchpad. Of course, the iconic “little red dot” is also available.
The price of the new ThinkPad X1 Extreme starts at US$2,150 (approximately RMB 13,930) and is expected to go on sale in August this year.
In order to meet the more advanced user needs of ThinkPad X1 Extreme users, Lenovo also introduced two new monitors. The first is the 15.6-inch ThinkVision M15, which is a portable product and weighs only about 860g. In addition to being able to connect to a laptop, it can also output the screen of a mobile phone through a full-featured USB-C, which should be more suitable for business trips, work and entertainment scenes.
Then there is ThinkVision T24m-20, which is a 23.8-inch FHD monitor with a more conventional style. It can provide 90W power supply for applicable devices via USB-C, and it can also be used to configure multi-screen combinations. Both of these new monitors will be launched in Q3 this year. The price of M15 is 230 USD (approximately RMB 1,490), and the T24m-20 is priced at USD 300 (approximately RMB 1,940).
In addition to the X1 product line, Lenovo also updated the ThinkPad L series today. The new ThinkPad L13 Yoga Gen2 and ThinkPad L13 Gen 2 are equipped with AMD Ryzen 5000 series processors and Radeon graphics cards, up to 16GB DDR4 memory and 1TB PCIe SSD. The screen size is 13.3 inches, the resolution and brightness are FHD and 300 nits respectively, and the HD camera also has a physical barrier and an optional infrared function. The screen of the Yoga model can naturally be flipped to various angles, supports touch, and weighs about 1.44kg. The standard version of L13 does not have a touch control, and the body weighs about 1.39kg. The prices of the two start at USD 1,000 (approximately RMB 6,480) and USD 800 (approximately RMB 5,180) respectively, and they are expected to be shipped in August.
The two newly released Chromebooks are 5i-14 and Flex 5i-13, both of which use Core i5 processors and can choose up to 512GB SSD. They all support WiFi 6, the camera has a privacy barrier, and the fuselage is equipped with two USB-C 3.1 Gen1 and one USB-A 3.1, and the battery life can reach up to 10 hours. The Flex model comes standard with a 13.3-inch FHD IPS touch screen. If you add money, you can also choose an OLED version with 400 nits brightness. The 5i-14 Chromebook uses a 300 nits 14-inch FHD IPS touch screen. panel. The prices of both machines start at US$400 (approximately RMB 2,590) and will be on sale starting in July.
Finally, Lenovo also brought a large number of accessories, including the ThinkVision MC50 Monitor 1080p webcam with built-in dual noise reduction and rotating mechanism, as well as the Lenovo Go series of multi-device wireless mice, wireless charging sets for up to 14-inch notebooks, Power bank and wireless headset, etc. These new products are aimed at business users. If you are interested, you can go to Lenovo’s official website to view relevant information.