At least, there are two new laptops introduced by Lenovo IFA 2019, namely L13 and L13 Yoga, which bring the legendary ThinkPad brand to a more affordable price. Among their latest ThinkPad lineups, Lenovo has also updated the X1 Carbon, X1 Yoga, X390 and T490 series, with the 10th generation Intel Core.
The target market that Lenovo IFA 2019 wants to aim for through the latest ThinkPad laptops is young workers who are synonymous with a dynamic workspace. Lenovo promises their ThinkPad devices to answer the needs of young workers in terms of productivity, connectivity, and security.
“We know from users’ insights that the next-gen workforce expects a much more flexible work method. This includes the need to work from anywhere, anytime with the technology tools they have that are fast, safe, intuitive and mobile,” said Jerry Paradise, Vice President, Commercial Product and Portfolio Management, Lenovo’s Intelligent Devices Group, at the IFA 2019 stage which was also attended by the coil.
“Our unmatched ThinkPad laptop family gives business professionals better productivity, security and connectivity experience along with greater choices in choosing the right device for them,” he added.
To illustrate how Lenovo meets the needs of young workers, this latest ThinkPad line-up has been connected with LTE-A Wireless WAN and Wi-Fi 6 which makes internet connections faster. The technology manufacturer from China also claims the latest ThinkPad has a long battery life to support productivity for up to 20 hours. This is thanks to AI technology that can read user habits, so the device can save batteries.
Additionally, each device has ThinkShield security features and a hybrid HD + IR Camera with ThinkShutter technology to protect users from snooping. The device also includes multifactor authentication from Windows Hello, which carries the fingerprint scanning feature as a laptop security system.
Lenovo is more famous for manufacturers that produce computer and laptop devices. But at Lenovo IFA 2019, this time the manufacturer introduced a monitor. No half-hearted, they reveal three monitors at once, namely the Q24i, Q27q, and Lenovo ThinkVision S28u.
Lenovo Q24i monitor has a 23.8-inch IPS screen technology and AMD FreeSync support and has Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels). The refresh rate is Q24i 75 Hz with a response time of 4 ms. Port interfaces that accompany it include HDMI, VGA, and Audio Out. Lenovo reported the Q24i monitor has a thin bezel, called NearEdgeless.
While the Lenovo Q27q monitor is also reinforced with an IPS screen but with a larger screen, which is 27 inches. If the Q24i screen panel is supported by a Full HD screen, the Q27q is equipped with a higher resolution with 2560 x 1440 pixels (QHD). This monitor also uses AMD FreeSync technology, a refresh rate of 75 Hz and a 4 ms response time. There is also an integration of internal speakers and various ports. But unlike the Q24i, Q27q replaces the VGA port with DisplayPort 1.2.
Both the Q24i and Q27q monitors are equipped with features to reduce TÜV Rheinland Eye Comfort certified flicker interference. This function is introduced in Lenovo IFA 2019 useful to avoid eye fatigue due to staring at the monitor screen for too long.
At least, there are two new laptops introduced by Lenovo IFA 2019, namely L13 and L13 Yoga, which bring the legendary ThinkPad brand to a more affordable price. Among their latest ThinkPad lineups, Lenovo has...