Lenovo reveals new ThinkPad Laptop series

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Lenovo has reveals new ThinkPad laptop series with 8th-Gen Intel core processors, facial recognition support and Type-C power adapters.

The Lenovo ThinkPad series will be available for purchase in January.

Lenovo has revealed its new "ThinkPad" laptop series ahead of the CES 2018. The company has introduced the updated versions of ThinkPad X, ThinkPad T and ThinkPad L laptop series. The refreshed versions integrate new features such as the 8th-generation Intel Core processors and the USB Type-C power adapters.

Talking about ThinkPad X series, it comes with fast charging feature that is said to juice up to 80 per cent battery life in 60 minutes. The ThinkPad the X380 Yoga will come packed with an Active Pen and an IR camera with Windows Hello support, starting at $1,459 (approximately Rs 92,500). The Lenovo ThinkPad X series will be available for purchase sometime in January. 

Moving ahead, the ThinkPad T series has new security features such as fingerprint reader, the IR camera and ThinkShutter Camera. The company claims that the ThinkPad T480s is one of the lightest business laptops in its category and the ThinkPad T devices can get up to 27 hours of battery life. While the ThinkPad T480 is priced at $989 (approximately Rs 62,700), the ThinkPad T480s starting price is $1,269 (approximately Rs 80,500). The Lenovo ThinkPad T580 will be available at a price of $1,079 (approximately Rs 68,400).

As for the ThinkPad L laptop lineup, it offers the 8th Gen Intel Core processor, optional multi-touch displays and docking solutions. The ThinkPad L380 Yoga is priced at $549 (approximately Rs 34,800), the ThinkPad L380 will be available at a price of $449 (approximately Rs 28,500), the ThinkPad L480 will come with a price tag of $779 (approximately Rs 49,400). The Lenovo ThinkPad L series will be available for purchase sometime in February this year.

The company has unveiled the ThinkPad Ultra Docking Station that will be available in three different variants — Basic 90W at $199 (approximately Rs 12,600), Pro 135W will be available at a price of $249 (approximately Rs 15,800) and Ultra 135W at $299 (approximately Rs 19,000).

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Lenovo also introduced a new 2-in-1 PC dubbed Lenovo Tablet 10. The new 2-in-1 PC features a fingerprint reader and discrete Trusted Platform Module. It is powered by an Intel Celeron N Series processor. The new Lenovo Tablet 10 will be available from January 2018.

Lenovo has also introduced the ThinkVision X24, priced at $249 (approximately Rs 15,800). The ThinkVision P32u monitor, on the other hand, offers a UHD 4K display with multi-colour space capability, priced at $1,349 (approximately Rs 85,500).