MANILA–Technology firm Lenovo launched on Wednesday its ThinkPad units designed for professionals on the go.
This ThinkPad lineup was powered by Intel’s 7th Generation Kaby Lake processor, which features new graphics architecture to improve 3D graphics performance and video playback. Kaby Lake also has a higher frequencies, and features faster CPU clock speeds.
Being powered by Kaby Lake makes this lineup suitable for architects, 3D animators, graphic designers, engineers, among other professionals according to Lenovo.
The ThinkPads E470, T470, X270, ThinkStation P410, Lenovo V310 and MIIX 510 were all designed to equip professionals with a device that has longer battery life of up to 21 hours.
During the launch, Lenovo representative highlighted that even if these units are light and sleek, these portable devices are equipped with much storage and users can expect high performance.
In terms of security, the lineup features Face Tracking (using Windows Hello), wherein users can just smile in front of the camera to unlock the device.
Users who tend to multi-task may look forward to the performance-heavy tasks that the lineup can do such as 3D and video rendering.
The upgraded graphics core is also capable of video streaming in 4K quality.
Lenovo said it recognizes that more people are becoming mobile. “To strive in this ever-growing digitized world, we need to be both flexible and agile,” the company noted.
Meanwhile, other features included the lineup are the premium TouchPad for a more consistent trackpad user experience, and Windows 10 which was preloaded with Microsoft Signature Image to ensure a clean and fast system.
Lenovo said the ThinkPad lineup went through rigorous testing, including durability tests on humidity, low temperature, high vibration and high altitude.
The E470, V310 and T470 are currently available in the Philippine. The company targets to launch the units here by April.