Lenovo Launch Lightest ThinkPad Ever
Lenovo has launched its lightest ThinkPad to date, the X1 Nano, pledging robust functionality and processing despite weighing just 907 grams.
Australian pricing and availability is yet to be confirmed.
The ultra-light laptop is also among the first ThinkPads to be powered by Intel’s Evo platform, backed by 11th Gen Intel Core processors.
The laptop harnesses four speakers and four 360-degree microphones to facilitate video remote videoconferencing.
The product supports Wi-Fi 6 and optional 5G-connectivity for always-on functionality.
Lenovo also used its recent product unveiling event to launch “the world’s first foldable PC”, the ThinkPad X1 Fold, with pre-orders open now. The device is priced from A$3,999.
The ThinkPad X1 Fold is heralds a new category of personal computing, and caters to the growing acceptance of remote working prompt by the coronavirus pandemic.
“We are excited to bring to market not just one, but two incredible devices that are going to reshape users’ experience while working from home, the office and anywhere in between,” states Christian Teismann, President Commercial PC and Smart Devices Business.
“Providing users with the pioneering audio/video screen experience, always on 5G connectivity, ultra-light and ultra-mobile products for a new hybrid working world, is something we are proud of.”
“We are building on our history of co-engineering with Lenovo to drive innovation and deliver new PC experiences to market,” adds Gregory Bryant, Intel executive vice president and general manager of the Client Computing Group.
“The ThinkPad X1 Nano and ThinkPad X1 Fold, both made possible by the Project Athena innovation program, exemplify our commitment to PC innovation and delivering the best laptop experiences for getting things done.”
Further information and full product specifications are available on Lenovo’s website here.