The company's new range of ThinkBook laptops includes the new ThinkBook Plus Gen 2 i, ThinkBook 13x i, ThinkBook 14p Gen 2 and ThinkBook 16p Gen 2. These new devices are built using aluminum materials with a distinctive dual tone finish and they integrate stat-of-the-art technologies such as Dolby Vision HDR, Dolby Atmos support on select models and TÜV Rheinland Eyesafe Display Certification to enhance user experiences.
The new ThinkBook Plus Gen 2 features an improved e-Ink display with a larger 12-inch usable area and a resolution of 2560X1600. The laptop also features a new 16:10 low blue light display with a virtually edge-to-edge screen experience.
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Taking notes on the e-Ink display located on the ThinkBook Plus Gen 2's lid is now easier than it was with the previous model as Lenovo has improved performance with a better refresh rate. At the same time, the company has rethought and redesigned the device's e-Ink User Interface to provide more intuitive access to to frequently used information and productivity apps can now be run on the ThinkBook Plus Gen 2 without having to open the lid.
Stylish and refined
Lenovo also introduced its new compact ThinkBook 13x i which is available in either Storm Gray or Cloud Gray. The device is one of the slimmest 13-inch business laptops available at only 12.9mm thin and weighing less than 1.2kg.
Besides the e-Ink display, the ThinkBook 13x i shares all of the ThinkBook Plus Gen 2 i's features including Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos and Thunderbolt 4 ports. The laptop is powered by an 11th Gen Intel Core Processor and it also has Wi-Fi 6 and a 53-watt hour battery so that users can work from anywhere.
The ThinkBook 14p and 16p are powered by the latest AMD Ryzen 9 5000 H Series Mobile Processors for maximum performance. These laptops are ideal for video conferencing as they can be outfitted with an optional Full HD webcam protected by a ThinkShutter physical cover while an AI-based noise cancellation algorithm suppresses ambient noise.
Lenovo's ThinkBook 14p is a thin and light laptop that can be configured with up to a 14-inch 2.8k OLED display with VESA Display HDR True Black standard. Optional next generation Nvidia GeForce RTX discrete graphics are also available to complement AMD Ryzen processing power to deliver a high-performance laptop with a 16-inch 2560x1600 display.
All of Lenovo's new ThinkBook models will be available in the first quarter of this year and the ThinkBook Plus Gen 2 i starts at $1549 (£1139), the ThinkBook 13x i starts at $1199 (£875), the ThinkBook 14p starts at $849 (£622) and the ThinkBook 16p starts at $1299 (£889).
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