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Thursday, August 01, 2019

Lenovo unveils new ThinkPads and ThinkVision products

07/31/2019 12:06:21 AM

Following its massive launching party last June, Lenovo continues to roll by launching its newest ThinkPad laptops.

The 9th generation of Lenovo ThinkPads boasts a series of upgrades on portability, enterprise-level security, and power – fit to meet the needs of the modern workspace.

“Technology has made it possible for the workforce to conduct business anywhere, anytime,” Lenovo Philippines Country General Manager Michael Ngan said in a statement. “To help organizations achieve maximum efficiency and productivity in a workspace with no boundaries, we at Lenovo continue to develop ThinkPad devices that are both exceptionally powerful and portable to meet today’s complex business demands.”

Lenovo ThinkPad T490

Lenovo ThinkPad is distinctly recognized for its hallmark features that boost productivity such as its renowned red TrackPoint, ergonomic keys, multimedia buttons, heightened security, and various intelligent features, which are further bolstered by the device’s legendary durability, having undergone military-standard tests. And its recent Philippine releases feature the Lenovo T490, a powerful device given a boost in performance by the optional Discrete NVIDIA® GeForce® MX250 graphics. It also has a high memory capacity of up to 48GB DDR4 RAM (2400MHz).

ThinkPad X390

Backing its top-tier offering is the ThinkPad X390, which has a battery life of up to 17.6 hours with a Rapid Charge feature. An epitome of portability, it is only 16.5mm thin, weighs only 1.22kg/2.68lbs, and has a hinge that tilts it to 180° max.

Also part of the ThinkPad newbies, the L390 has a full-HD 13.3-inch touchscreen display that allows for more interactivity when dealing with complex datasets at work.

ThinkPad :390

Meanwhile, the E490 and E490s may be considered entry-0level ThinkPads, but make no mistake about what they can bring to the table. The E490’s Intel Optane Memory capability, optional two SODIMM, and optional dual-drive storage provide faster performance; while the E490s’ Discrete AMD Radeon 540X graphics with 2GB VRAM and up to 32GB DDR4 2400MHz SODIMM memory makes work a breeze.

All in all, Lenovo has planted their ThinkPads with 8th Generation Intel® Core™ processors that gives them a much-needed in power, with an astounding 40% leap in productivity performance over its predecessor. Aside from that, these devices can let its users to easily connect the device with their favorite peripherals as they come with an array of ports including USB 3.1 Gen1, USB Type-C, HDMI, and Thunderbolt. 

Enterprise-level security is also assured within the new ThinkPads, with the T490 and X390 coming out with ThinkShield, a suite of security solutions that offer comprehensive end-to-end security. Meanwhile, the E490, E490s, and L390, include a discrete dTPM 2.0 chip that encrypts data, in addition to the ThinkShutter camera cover.

According to Ngan, the new Lenovo ThinkPads are equipped with features that stand the company’s stance – that is to strengthen its position as the global leader in PC development and as a provider of innovative commercial and enterprise technology. With all that said, Lenovo is hoping that the new devices will sustain the company’s growth in the commercial PC market, wherein Lenovo claimed the top spot in worldwide commercial PC shipments during the fourth quarter of the fiscal year 2018-2019, with 34% year-on-year growth.

“We drive innovation that exceeds expectations as we have strengthened our position as the number one player in the PC market and maintain this by persistently evolving our offerings. For the ThinkPad specifically, we will continue to explore new opportunities and technologies for employees in the intelligent workspace,” said Ngan.

Aside from the new ThinkPad laptops, Lenovo is further bolstering business with two new ThinkVision displays, namely: the M14 and S24e-10.

Lenovo ThinkVision M14

The Lenovo ThinkVision M14 mobile monitor is designed for those who want to bring an extra display with them as it only weighs a mere 1.3 pounds. It also has two USB Type-C ports to make connectivity to various devices effortless. Meanwhile, its fellow newbie, S24-10 is designed to project clear and crisp presentations at the office with its 23.8” near-edgeless panel full-HD 1920x1080 VA monitor. 

TninkVision S24e-10

Both visual devices are integrated with blue light technology to prevent eye strain as well as
assuring users of vibrant colors on a bright screen in relative comfort for long periods.

“From monitoring real-time data to creating impressive presentations for clients, the upcoming ThinkVision is the ideal peripheral device for businesses that want to boost workplace productivity,” said Ngan.

Author: slickmaster | © 2019 The SlickMaster's Files

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