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Lenovo announces ThinkBook 13x i, 14p, 16p at CES 2021


Lenovo announced a slew of devices at CES 2021. Among the newly announced devices are the ThinkBook 13x i, ThinkBook 14p, and ThinkBook 16p. The laptops are built for business professionals and feature displays with taller 16:10 aspect to see more on your screen at once. The ThinkBook 13x i ($1,199), ThinkBook 14p ($849), and ThinkBook 16p ($1,299) will all be available starting in Q1 2021.

The ThinkBook 13x i is a 13-inch laptop that’s thin and light. It comes in at just 1.2 kg (2.6 lbs) and is 12.9 mm (0.5 in) thick. The ThinkBook 13x is essentially the ThinkBook Plus Gen 2 i, except that it doesn’t have an e-Ink display on the back. It has Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, and is designed on the Intel Evo platform. It runs on 11th Gen Intel Core processors and supports Wi-Fi 6.

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The ThinkBook 14p runs on the latest AMD Ryzen mobile processors. The laptop has several features built for working from home and communicating over the web. It has an FHD webcam with a ThinkShutter physical for video calls and conferencing and AI-based noise cancellation to suppress ambient noise. You can switch the laptop’s audio mode between private and shared modes depending on your needs at any moment. Shared mode is designed for group calling and similar situations.

The ThinkBook 16p also runs on AMD Ryzen mobile processors, but it gets extra power with options with up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPUs. It features a 16-inch display with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 that can be a pre-calibrated display that’s X-Rite Pantone certified.

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This post was written by Sean Endicott and was first posted to WindowsCentral



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