Lenovo's newest notebooks announced at CES 2021 come with a bunch of interesting features, including 5G connectivity and powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon processors, but running Windows 10. Then there's the Lavie Mini, a pocket-sized laptop. Lenovo's laptops also come with Show Mode for PC, enabling voice control and turning selected notebooks into an Amazon Echo display. This will roll out in the sometime after April this year for Yoga and IdeaPad devices.
For PCs, then there's a rotating Yoga desktop and two thin monitors. There's quite a lot to cover in two minutes, so let's get to it.
In a nutshell
- IdeaPad 5G, 14-inch display, Snapdragon 8cx processor, Windows
- IdeaPad 5i Pro and 5 Pro, 14-inch or 16-inch, Intel or AMD processor, Windows
- Lenovo Tab P11, 11-inch 2K touchscreen, Snapdragon 662, Android
- Yoga AIO 7 desktop PC, rotating display
- Lenovo L24i-30 and L27e-30 monitors with smartphone holder
Lavie Mini, pocket-sized PC, powered by Intel
- Lavie Pro Mobile, 889g and 16.7mm thick
The new IdeaPad series comes in three flavors, the Snapdragon-powered IdeaPad 5G, as well as normal Intel and AMD variants, the IdeaPad 5i Pro and 5 Pro. All three models run Windows 10 and have 14-inch versions. The 5i Pro and 5 Pro will also have 16-inch models. The Intel and AMD versions will have up to Nvidia MX450 discrete GPU.
Lenovo's Tab 11 sports a bright 400 nits 2K (2,000 x 1,200 pixels) touchscreen and is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 662. It's certified for Netflix, and also supports Google's Kids Space. It also supports Lenovo Precision Pen 2 for scribbling.
The Lavie Mini appears to be the most interesting device of Lenovo's new lineup. It's a laptop with an 8-inch screen running on an Intel Core i7, and has an optional game controller attachment. The other Lavie laptop is the Lavie Pro Mobile, which weighs just 889g and is 16.7mm thick.
Lastly, there's the Lenovo Yoga AIO 7, which is an all-in-one desktop machine. It comes with a rotating display and JBL Harman stereo speakers. You can also game with this since it comes with an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060. The two new Lenovo monitors
(24-inch and 27-inch) come with a stand for holding your smartphone, supports AMD FreeSync with 75Hz refresh rates.
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