Lenovo Philippines launched six new ThinkPad laptops and two new ThinkVision monitors recently.
Highlighting its latest ThinkPad lineup is the T490 and T490s, the newest flagship the ThinkPad T-series.
The T490 and T490s have Intel’s 8th Generation core processors and 512 GB of M.2 2280 NVMe SSD. But since the T490s is a slimmer version of the T490, it only has an Intel integrated graphics while the latter has an option for an NVIDIA MX250.
Aside from the T490, Lenovo also launched the latest addition to X-Series ThinkPads, the X390, geared toward individuals who are always on the go. It has a massive 17.6 hours of battery life and a thin form factor coming in at only 16.5 mm and only weighs 1.22 kg. It also has a 180-degree tilting hinge. The X390 also uses Lenovo’s Rapid Charge technology which gives the device 80% of juice from one hour of charge time.
Rounding up the new ThinkPad portfolio is the L390 which is the first ThinkPad laptop that would be paired with SSDs that come with Intel Optane memory. And the E490 and E490s, the newest members of the E-Series ThinkPads.
All of the new ThinkPad will come with three USB Type-C ports, one of which is thunderbolt capable.
Apart from the new ThinkPads, Lenovo also revealed its latest ThinkVision monitors, the M14 and the S24e desktop monitor.
The M14 is a mobile monitor with a 14-inch 1920×1080 IPS display. It has two USB Type-C ports for connection. The M14 has no built-in battery and uses the connected devices as power source making it especially portable.