Technology giant Lenovo has released the 2017 range Thinkpads, Think Centers and Tiny-In-Ones (TIOS) personal computers, which are equipped with the 7th Generation Intel Core i7 processors.
Lenovo India’s Managing Director and COO Rahul Agarwal said, “The new range developed by combining new Intel processors with the capabilities of our popular think-makers has been launched to meet important and developing business needs.”
This time Lenovo comes with Fingerprint reader with a dedicated chip, Low-Temperature Solder process , low blue light technology and Lenovo Smartbeep Technology.
Lenovo’s new products include hinkPad X1 Carbon, ThinkPad X1 Yoga, ThinkPad X270, ThinkPad Yoga 370, ThinkPad L470, ThinkPad T470s, ThinkCentre M710 Tiny Desktop, ThinkCentre M710 Tower & Small Form Factor (SFF), ThinkCentre M910 Tower, ThinkCentre Tiny-In-One 22 & 24, ThinkVision X1, ThinkVision P27h and ThinkVision T24i.
Thinkpad weighs only 1.1 kg and its price has been kept at Rs.123,000. It has 14 inch IPS display, fingerprint sensor, dedicated chip for biometric processing and a new face recognition infrared camera.
Thinkpad yoga is the main attraction in this event .Yoga comes with an OLED display and can be rotated by 360-degree . The Stylus or the pen is rechargeable and also comes with a LTE-A slot in order to assure maximum connectivity without entirely relying on the WiFi. The ThinkPad X1 Yoga is priced starting at Rs 1,45,500.
“Intel continues to work for innovation in the processor, which positively impacts the real-life productivity and creativity,” said Prakash Mallya, Managing Director (Sales and Marketing), Intel Technology India. Lenovo’s Think Products unit has different form factor products for different budgets and needs.
The new TIOs (tiny in ones) allow user to change Tiny Desktop CPU without any tool thus making PC refreshes and upgrades effortless for large enterprises and public sector organisations. TIO 22 and 24 modular come with a sleek border less design and inbuilt speaker.