On June 23, Lenovo released the fourth-generation ThinkPad X1 Extreme notebook with its flagship performance. Also on display were the new ThinkPad L-series notebooks equipped with AMD processors, as well as two Chromebooks.
▲ThinkPad X1 Extreme
In 2018, ThinkPad added NVIDIA discrete graphics to the carbon fiber body of the X1 series for the first time, and launched the ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen1 to meet the performance needs of users.
For the newly released X1 Extreme Gen4, Lenovo has added the 11th generation Intel Core i9 H series processors and NVIDIA RTX3050 Ti, up to RTX 3080 .
At the same time, the thickness of the whole machine is only 17.7mm and the weight is only 1.81kg. Faced with the ensuing heat dissipation problems, Lenovo has equipped it with a new hybrid heat dissipation solution based on heat pipes, large-size VC heat sinks and keyboard ventilation systems.
In terms of screen, the new generation X1 Extreme uses a 16-inch 2K screen with a 16:10 screen ratio and an optional resolution of up to 4K, supports Dolby Vision, and has a peak brightness of up to 600 nits.
The upper limit of the optional configuration is also very high: the memory can be up to 64GB DDR4, if necessary, you can also use two 2TB M.2 PCIe Gen4 SSDs to fill the hard drive slot.
When going out, the built-in 90Wh battery can provide 10.7 hours of battery life. At the same time, the device supports WiFi 6E, and an optional 5G module can be installed to ensure the travel network.
In addition to X1 Extreme, Lenovo also brought us new products in the ThinkPad L series.
The newly launched ThinkPad L13 and ThinkPad L13 Yoga are both equipped with AMD’s Ryzen 5000 series processors and Radeon graphics cards. Up to 16GB DDR4 memory and 1TB PCIe SSD are optional.
Both products have a screen size of 13.3 inches and a resolution of 1080p. The ThinkPad L13 Yoga uses a flip-screen design and supports touch operation.
▲ThinkPad L13 Yoga
The two newly released Chromebooks are 5i-14 and Flex 5i-13. Both use Core i5 processor, up to 512G SSD is optional.
The screens are different. The Flex 5i-13 comes standard with a 13.3-inch IPS touch screen, and even an OLED version is available; the 5i-14 uses a 14-inch FHD touch panel with a maximum brightness of 300 ni special.
The two new Chromebooks have two USB-C and one USB-A, and can last up to 10 hours.
The prices of the above models are summarized as follows:
- ThinkPad X1 Extreme: Starting at US$2,150 (approximately RMB 13912);
- ThinkPad L13: Starting at US$800 (approximately RMB 5178);
- ThinkPad L13 Yoga: Starting at US$1,000 (approximately RMB 6473);
- Chromebook 5i-14 & Flex 5i-13: Starting at US$400 (approximately RMB 2589).
▲ThinkPad X1 Extreme
In addition, Lenovo also introduced two new monitors.
The first is the 15.6-inch portable display ThinkVision M15. The weight of this device is only 860g, which is suitable to be carried out and used as a secondary screen for notebooks. At the same time, it can also output mobile phone screens through a full-featured USB-C, which is suitable for many scenarios.
The other is the ThinkVision T24m-20, a 23.8-inch FHD monitor that leans toward the conventional style. The monitor can power your laptop via USB-C, with an output power of 90W.
As a result, a charging cable on the desktop was eliminated.
Both monitors will be available later this year. The ThinkVision M15 will cost $230 (approximately RMB 1488), and the ThinkVision T24m-20 will cost $300 (approximately RMB 1942).
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