Lenovo Introduces New Thinkpads and More Before CES 2020

    The year usually starts strong at the current level with the celebration of one of the main technology fairs i.e. The CES 2020. Lenovo has been one of the first manufacturers to introduce new stuff. They have quite a lot planned for launch in the first half of the year.

    Among new notebooks for creatives, many monitors and business communication solutions, Lenovo has shown some very curious ideas in its products. From a wireless keyboard with Trackpoint to monitors having stands for smartphones or all in one with a cable guidance system and a lot of privacy.

    The Nostalgia of the Trackpoint in Lenovo Wireless Keyboard Format

    Lenovo Thinkpad laptops and convertibles, although their specifications vary with generations, maintain an identity sign: the Trackpoint. These Thinkpads pull nostalgia rather than practicality.

    You will find that the Lenovo ThinkPad TrackPoint Keyboard II is the wireless evolution of a classic that, either was integrated into computers or was with a cable.

    This Lenovo keyboard supports connection via 2.4 GHz or Bluetooth 5. It is rechargeable (USB-C) with battery for two months. You can link it with up to two devices at the same time (also support for Android in addition to Windows).

    And the best thing is the touch and route of the keys, which moves directly from the keyboards of the brand’s current laptops. It will start selling from May for 100 dollars.

    Lenovo ThinkVision Monitors with Stand for Smartphones

    Lenovo’s new ThinkVision monitors include USB-C connectivity for 2020 for simplicity. Lenovo has made these monitors be very professionally focused. In addition to keeping webcam systems with privacy protection on some models and reducing frames to a minimum.

    The most complete model is ThinkVision T34w-20. It has a 21: 9 34-inch panel, curved (1500R) and with a resolution of 3440 x 1440 pixels. The connectivity is of the Smart Power type. It provides 75 W in addition to video and data connection for using a smartphone. It will go on sale in March with a starting price of $ 800.

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    An all-in-one with a Cable Management System

    People love Lenovo AOI for it’s minimalist and very careful design for years. The new Lenovo ThinkCentre M90a AIO is the ultimate expression of this trend. This all-in-one desktop offers a 23.8-inch screen with FullHD resolution.

    It also has the latest tenth-generation Intel Core processors, advanced standby and Dolby Atmos sound. And all this in a very compact design that includes an internal cable manager.

    They have protected the webcam with the ThinkShutter system and at the software level. When the device detects that the user does not look at the screen, the image becomes blurred to maintain privacy in shared work environments. It will start selling in June starting at $ 1100, depending on the configuration.


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