Lenovo introduces new 'Think' line-up

Lenovo Think Pad X280

The 2018 series of laptops Type C/Thunderbolt ports for charging and data transfer and a new side docking mechanism.

The laptops come with the rapid charging feature, which delivers 80 percent of battery in just 60 minutes with X280 up to 16.6 hours and X380 Yoga offering up to 13.6 hours of battery life.

The new ThinkPad T, X and L series is thinner and lighter in design with the 8th Gen Intel Core processors and universal USB Type-C power adaptor across the line-up. The laptop has a thin-bezel display design, similar to what the Dell XPS 13 sports. This newly launched laptop is now the only available convertible with an integrated pen and Global LTE-A capability.

Hardware-wise, it features a 14-inch 1080p IPS LCD, 1.6GHz Core i5-8250U quad-core processor, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB SSD.

Prices of the ThinkPad X1 Carbon start from Rs 1,21,000 while the X1 Yoga starts from Rs 1,26,000. The 2018 series is all about the lightness, constantly evolving technology and focusing on the security around camera. They are also military grade certified for drops but have smaller displays. The ThinkPad X280, meanwhile, is now 20 per cent lighter than its immediate predecessor.

The newest ThinkPad X1 Yoga is a high-end 360-degree convertible 2-in-1 laptop, targeted at the business community. Both the Lenovo ThinkPad X380 and X280 Yoga will hit retail shelves in this month, starting at Rs 87,000 and Rs 73,000 respectively. All the notebooks are powered by Intel 8th Gen and one can also opt for new discrete AMD graphics on the ThinkPad L580. All have the same security configuration as the X-series.

Moving onto the T series of the laptops, The ThinkPad T480 debuts at Rs 69,000, the ThinkPad T480s debuts at Rs 86,000 and the ThinkPad T580 debuts at Rs 74,000. T480s comes with a bigger integrated battery of 57Wh while that on the T480 is 27Wh with an option to expand with a 72Wh add-on.

Both laptops have a 14-inch display with options for 4K resolution and touch support.

The new "ThinkPad X", "T" and "L" series along with the premium "X1 Tablet", "X1 Carbon" and "X1 Yoga" features "Yoga" form factor and HDR screen on premium series. It is also the lightest among the three at 1.9kg and comes with 32Wh+24Wh dual battery as standard like the T480.

The new ThinkPad L series include the ThinkPad L380, L380 Yoga, L480 and L580.

The display is still at 14-inches, but it has received significant upgrades. It has 500GB Hard disk paired with an SSD of up to 512GB. Lenovo has not decided to make changes to the design of the laptops when compared to the previous iteration of ThinkPad laptops. The ThinkPad L380, ThinkPad L380 Yoga and ThinkPad L480 and ThinkPad L580 will be available this month starting at Rs 61,000, Rs 65,000, Rs 54,000 and Rs 55,000 respectively.



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