Debuts devices across connectivity, mobility, entertainment, gaming, AR, remote work, AI, and more.
Lenovo has just announced a new vision to redefine the meaning of innovation during CES 2021. The company emphasized that while innovation meant focusing on breakthrough technologies and new form factors, the year 2020 changed that idea on improving how people want change on existing technologies to improve how they work, live and study.
Lenovo said that it is predicting the next decade to be defined by smarter innovations based on existing technologies that have become essential to the user experience. This meant addressing user’s needs that bring not just smarter devices, but also bring connectivity.
On the mobility side, Lenovo has showcased the thinnest ThinkPad ever in the form of the ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga. Also announced is the ThinkPad X12 Detachable that combines the power of a high-performance laptop and a 12.3-inch detachable tablet, the ThinkBook Plus Gen 2 i 2 with e-ink display, the ThinkBook 13x i, 2 ThinkBook 14p Gen 2, and ThinkBook 16p Gen 2 that were built specifically for mobile professionals in Small and Medium Businesses (SMB).
The Lenovo Tab P11 tablet brings a 2K display compatible with various optional accessories like a keyboard pack, Lenovo Precision Pen 2, and comes preloaded with Microsoft Office apps. It also has Kids Space from Google that has content made for young kids to learn and have fun.
New immersive experiences can now be enjoyed with the Lenovo Legion 7 and Lenovo Legion 5 Pro that offers smarter and stylish options, not to mention being the world’s first 16-inch QHD 165Hz gaming laptops.
Also announced is the Lenovo L24i-30 and Lenovo L27e-30 IPS monitors that offer anti-glare and Eye Comfort technology certified by TÜV Rheinland 7 to help minimize blue light and flickering. New Dolby Voice capabilities are also coming to the ThinkPad X1 Carbon and X1 Yoga that improves speech recognition for voice assistants.
The portable 14-inch Lenovo IdeaPad 5G along with the redesigned ThinkPad X1 Carbon and ThinkPad X1 Yoga, the ThinkPad X1 Fold, and ultra-light ThinkPad X1 Nano now offer 5G support. Motorola also joins the 5G bandwagon with the Motorola one 5G ace.
The new ThinkReality A3 smart glasses offer Augmented Reality (AR) workflows and 3D visualization that bring smarter technology to more people.
New products were also announced from Lenovo’s joint venture company NECPC that include the LAVIE MINI convertible PC and the LAVIE Pro Mobile 13-inch laptop.