Lenovo unveils 2015 ThinkPad line

Lenovo unveils 2015 ThinkPad line

The leading PC manufacturer Lenovo has unveiled its new line of year 2015 ThinkPad computers. The event has taken place at the freshly started CES 2015 and the new line brings new features and more performance across the table. In addition to the new computers Lenovo has also introduced the new ThinkVision X24 monitor, which brings ultra-thin IPS panel technology to your workspace and the new ThinkPad Stack, which happens to be a unique power bank that offers mix and match interlocking accessories while also minimizing clutter.

“Since the original ThinkPad 700, ThinkPad engineers have continued to drive innovation by making each new ThinkPad better than the last. Reaching 100 million units sold proves they are succeeding,” said Yang Yuanqing, chairman and CEO, Lenovo. “When we acquired IBM’s PC business, we made a promise to not just protect the ThinkPad franchise, but to make it even better, even stronger. Today, ThinkPad continues to be one of the most respected brands in the industry, fueling Lenovo’s rise to number 1 in the global PC industry. Now, even as Lenovo expands into mobile devices, servers, and ecosystem and cloud computing, ThinkPad will remain at the core of our strategy and the heart of our business. It is an honor to continue to bring this legendary brand to our customers, and I look forward to many more ThinkPad milestones to come.”

The first device that we will point our eyes at is the third generation of the famous ultra-light X1 Carbon notebook. The lightest 14-inch performance ultrabook in the world now offers new things which include a super bright FHD display for excellent viewing experiences and a PCI-E solid-state drive that brings about 80 per cent more performance than standard solid-state drives. Moreover the new ultrabook comes with even longer battery life, a durable and rugged carbon-forged chassis and weight of less than 2.9 pounds (1.31 kilograms). The X1 Carbon now sports an Intel Broadwell processor too, which further increases processing power and energy efficiency for problem-free computing on the go.

The rest of the ThinkPad line, namely the ThinkPad X, T, L and E series, gets expanded business-class features, extended battery life, bright and clear displays with resolutions of up to 3K, numerous ports for other devices and again the latest Intel Broadwell processors for more performance and excellent power efficiency.

The new Lenovo ThinkVision X24 monitor comes with thickness of just 7.5 mm and offers next generation visuals on your desk. The display makes use of a Neo Blade 23.8-inch panel at Full HD resolution and offers wide 178-degree viewing angles as well as DisplayPort and HDMI ports for more digital connectivity. The monitor also offers a unique pre-coated metal surface technology and a stylish and sturdy chrome stand that is also tilt-adjustable for ergonomic viewing and more.

The Lenovo Stack is a device whose main goal is to have all your battery-powered devices charged at all times and to ease you with your computing tasks wherever you are. That’s why the new company product comes with a 10,000 mAh Power Bank, support for numerous other accessories, a 1 TB USB 3.0 hard drive for huge expansion on the go, a Wireless Access Point and a pair of Bluetooth Speakers for audio experiences anywhere.

Here’s when you can expect the new Lenovo products near you and how much they cost:

  • Models of the ThinkPad X1 Carbon start at USD 1249 and will be available from January 2015.
  • Models of the ThinkPad X250 start at USD 1149 and will be available from February 2015.
  • The ThinkVision X24 starts at USD 249 and will be available from April 2015.
  • ThinkPad Stack accessories will be available from mid-April 2015, with ThinkPad Stack Bluetooth Speaker at USD 89.99, ThinkPad Stack 10 000 mAh Power Bank at USD 49.99, ThinkPad Wireless Access Point /1TB Hard Drive Kit at USD 199.99.
  • The 2015 ThinkPad portfolio also includes:
  • Models of the ThinkPad T450s and T450 start at USD 1099 and USD 849 respectively and will be available from February 2015.
  • Models of the ThinkPad T550 start at USD 999 and will be available from February 2015.
  • Models of the ThinkPad E450 and E550 start at USD 599 and will be available from February 2015.
  • Models of the ThinkPad L450 start at USD 699 and will be available from February 2015


Source: Lenovo

Related posts

Problem in Intel X99 chipset reported

Problem in Intel X99 chipset reported

Owners of the most powerful desktop PC hardware, namely the latest Haswell-E platform, which includes the Intel X99 chipset, are facing a new hardware nightmare, which affects the X99 chipset logic in a case that resembles the Intel X79 problems of a while ago.  Just like before a flaw in the...

MSI plans Radeon R9 380 LE and R9 390 LE video cards

MSI plans Radeon R9 380 LE and R9 390 LE video cards

Hardcore gamers have always avoided video cards that include the letters “LE” or “SE” inside their product names because these two abbreviations always mean one thing – lower clock speeds and hence cut down performance. Strangely enough, though, this is exactly what will happen to certain Radeon...

Intel will not offer SATA Express next year

If you have been looking closely at the CPU market you should know that Intel will offer just a few new products next year – a mysterious processor called Haswell Refresh, the 14 nm Broadwell processors and chipsets with SATA Express support. Well, it seems that the last product will not be...

Leave a comment