Few days and 2016 is over! The year has seen many amazing products, and amazing tragedies as well! Since CES 2017 is around the corner and Lenovo is also ready to unveil its upgraded ThinkPad line-up.
The all new laptops will come with Intel’s latest Kaby Lake Processors.
Lenovo ThinkPad unveiled before CES
With the launch of new laptops, Lenovo has updated the specification of older generation laptops such as x270 and Yoga 370. Lenovo will launch four new Ultrabooks, L series with 2 variants – 14-inch and 15-inch and another ThinkPad 13 variant.
These laptops will run on Windows 10’s Signature Edition, free from all kind of bloatware! Some of the laptops will also have support for Microsoft’s Precision Touchpad and Windows Hello.
Besides being powered by Intel’s 7th Generation KabyLake processors, the other high-end models have also got upgradations. Laptops include T470, T470p, T570, L470, and L570, are available with the option of faster Intel Optane 3D storage.
Among the new laptops, a 12-inch variant of X270 will come with a touchscreen option, with a price tag of $909 (approx. ₹62,000) and will be available by March. Yoga 370 with a 13.3-inch display will start shipping in March for $1,264 (approx. ₹86,200) while the new Lenovo 13 laptops have a price tag of $674 (approx. ₹ 45,900).
Lenovo’s Thunderbolt 3 Dock with a price tag of $280 (approx. ₹ 19,00) will provide users with power. It has two DisplayPort connectors, HDMI, VGA, five USB 3.0 ports, gigabit Ethernet, audio, and another Thunderbolt 3 port as well.
*KabyLake based laptops will be pricey, Phew!*