PC manufacturer Lenovo unveiled a collection of IdeaPad and ThinkPad devices, as well as tablets that serve remote users and those who work in a hybrid environment during the Mobile World Congress event.
At the forefront of it all is the ThinkPadX13s, a computer that will be powered by the new Qualcomm Snapdragon Gen3 platform. The machine will have Windows 11 right out of the box and sport an ultra-thin and fanless chassis, along with 5G connectivity and 28-hour battery life.
Lenovo refreshed its ThinkPad line and added a new ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 5 and upgrades in speaker, connectivity and camera features for its T-series line. On the business side of things, there’s a new ultra portable monitor, dubbed the ThinkVision M14d and new ThinkPad P14 Gen 3 models.
For its tablet and detachable laptop models, Lenovo has added the IdeaPad Flex 5, a 12 inch Duet 5i, Duet 3 Chromebooks, the Flex 5i and 3i, and finally the 3rd gen Lenovo Tab M10 Plus.