Lenovo has recently introduced five new ThinkPads specifically designed to support workspaces spurred by the young generation. The new Lenovo laptops are the ThinkPad L380, X280, E480, T480, and T480S.
These 8th-generation ThinkPads features not only fingerprint readers, but also flaunts IR cameras for facial recognition access. It also comes with processors that act as another layer of protection. Through remote encryption management, authorized users can unlock encrypted hard drives and reset encryption passwords while on the go.
In addition, all the new models now feature spill-proof keyboards, USB-C power adapters, and 40 percent more battery power. Each of the laptop also boasts Mil-SPEC 810G military standard. Plus, the 8th generation Intel® Core™ processor (U-series) that powers up the new ThinkPads is Intel’s fastest 15W processor yet, promising up to 40 percent greater productivity than 7th-Gen processors.
Check out below the prices and availability of the laptops as of press time:
|Product||SRP in the Philippines||
|ThinkPad E480||P45,990||Now available|
|ThinkPad L380||P64,990||Now available|
|ThinkPad X280||P85,990||April 2018|
|ThinkPad T480||P86,990||April 2018|
|ThinkPad T480S||P96,990||April 2018|
|ThinkPad X1 Carbon||P99,990||April 2018|
|ThinkPad X1 Yoga||P110,990||April 2018|
|ThinkStation P520C||P115,990||April 2018|
|ThinkStation P520||P137,990||April 2018|
Aside from the new ThinkPads, Lenovo also launched two additions to the ThinkStation lineup: the ThinkStation P520 and P520C. Both are equipped with the latest Intel® Xeon® processors and NVIDIA Quadro® graphics that make them suitable in computer-aided drafting or 3D animation software environments. These new ThinkStations also have Tri-Channel Cooling technology, which manages internal air flow and power supply better than most workstations.