Hot on the heels of the grand launch of its consumer line of PCs, Lenovo recently unveiled its ThinkPad line of business laptops designed to accelerate digital transformation in the enterprise space.
Addressing the agility and performance required in today’s businesses, the latest ThinkPad line utilizes Intel’s 9th generation mobile platform, delivering improvements in terms of portability, enterprise-level security, and power consumption.
“Technology has made it possible for the workforce to conduct business anywhere, anytime. 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,” said Michael Ngan, Lenovo Philippines Country General Manager.
The ThinkPad lineup recently introduced to the country consists of five models. Leading the pack is the ThinkPad T490 which comes with an optional discrete NVIDIA GeForce MX250 GPU and up to 48GB DDR4 RAM at 2400MHz. An epitome of portability, the ThinkPad X390 comes with an ultrathin profile of 16.5mm, lightweight of 1.22kg, hinge that can tilt up to 180 degrees, battery life of up to 17.6 hours, and Rapid Charge feature.
The ThinkPad L390 sports a 13.3-inch Full HD touchscreen display that allows for enhanced interactivity when dealing with complex datasheets at work. Meanwhile, the E490 offers enhanced performance with Intel Optane Memory Technology, dual SODIMMs, and optional dual-drive storage. Completing the entire roster, the ThinkPad E490s packs a discrete AMD Radeon 540X GPU with 2GB VRAM and up to 32GB DDR4 SODIMM clocked at 2400MHz.
Powered by 8th Generation Intel Core processors, the new ThinkPad models promise up to 40% leap in productivity performance over their predecessors. The laptops come with an array of connectivity options such as USB 3.1 Gen1, USB Type-C, HDMI, and Thunderbolt.
Addressing enterprise-level security concerns, Lenovo has equipped both the T490 and the X390 with ThinkShield, a comprehensive end-to-end security suite. On the other hand, the E490, E490s, and L390 integrate a discrete dTPM 2.0 chip that encrypts data and a ThinkShutter camera cover.
Apart from the new ThinkPad laptops, Lenovo also revealed two new display models under the ThinkVision lineup. Weighing 590g and equipped with two USB Type-C ports, the ThinkVision M14 caters to those who need to present with an extended display while in the field. On the other hand, the ThinkVision S24-10 comes with a 23.8-inch near-edgeless Full HD panel and is designed for those who are based in the office. Both ThinkVision displays incorporate blue light technology to prevent eye strain.
“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.