At CES 2023, tech companies showcased their latest and greatest products. Lenovo is no exception, and this year the company is introducing a range of new devices. These devices cater to a variety of users, from business professionals to gamers.
In this article, have an in-depth look at the products Lenovo introduced at CES, including the ThinkBook Plus Twist, a range of Legion gaming PCs, and more.
#1. ThinkBook Plus Twist
A striking new model to Lenovo’s inventory, the ThinkBook Plus Twist has a dual rotating display with an OLED panel on one side and a color e-Ink screen on the other. Composing, editing, and proofreading documents with a keyboard or a pen is simple with such a setup. The e-Ink display eases eye strain and can operate for a longer period without recharging. Users can transition to the OLED tablet mode and utilize the pen on the vivid display to perform more complex document or picture processes. This mode works well for high-definition video conferencing with the FHD camera. The dual microphones with advanced noise cancellation to lessen background noise.
This laptop is designed for those who want the versatility of a tablet with the productivity of a laptop. It has a 360-degree hinge that allows you to twist the screen around and use it as a tablet, making it perfect for taking notes or drawing.
The ThinkBook Plus Twist is powered by a 13th Gen Intel Core processor and has a 2.8K touchscreen display. It also has a built-in e-ink display on the lid, which you can use to take notes, view emails, or check your calendar without opening the laptop. It includes the latest processors, Wi-Fi 6E, which enhances wireless connectivity performance and stability on supported networks. ThinkBook Plus Twist also has full-size pen support with up to 1,000 hours of battery life. These are all the features of the ThinkBook Plus Twist, which highlights the innovative nature of the ThinkBook Plus portfolio. The ThinkBook Plus Twist has a sleek design, with slim bezels around the display and a lightweight, portable form factor. It’s perfect for those who need a laptop that’s both productive and portable.
#2. Yoga Book 9i
With the Yoga Book 9i’s dual-screen technology, you can browse the web and view photographs on two complete screens. It is a laptop that multitaskers use to work on multiple files simultaneously on different screens. It is powered by the most recent generation of Intel Core CPU processors. Alternatively, use a second screen to simultaneously take notes or conduct research while watching a video on the first. You can easily switch between laptop, tablet, and tent modes. Users can utilize the tent mode in a face-to-face meeting to show a slide presentation on one screen while viewing and managing the presentation from the other screen.
This PC has a Smart Pen stylus, a detachable Bluetooth keyboard, and a folio stand which enable you to work easily on the go. It helps to improve the ability to work, learn, broadcast, and create. You can also engage in light gaming as Lenovo reoriented its screens in partnership with Microsoft.
#3. Yoga AIO 9i
The specs like 31.5-inch, three-side borderless, 4K, 100% sRGB display on the Yoga AIO 9i create a strong first impression. A liquid metal infusion with a total TDP of 235W keeps the CPUs cool. The Lenovo AI Engine+, powered by the Lenovo LA AI chip, maximizes performance by increasing frames-per-second for an exhilarating gaming experience. A metallic hinge that allows it to tilt to the desired angles mounts on a compact panel. The air-ventilated base has a built-in wireless smartphone charger and seven ports on the back for better cable management. The Intel Core i9 processor, along with NVIDIA graphics, has the power to do graphic design, intensive photo/video editing, and light gaming with ease.
Additionally, it has four Harman Kardon speakers, Dolby Atmos surround sound, an inbuilt 5M IR webcam with an electronic shutter, and smart login functionality.
Legion Gaming PCs
#1. Legion pro 7i
Lenovo is introducing a range of new Legion gaming PCs at CES 2023, including the Legion pro 7i. These PCs are powered by 13th-gen Intel Core processors and NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards, making them perfect for high-performance gaming. For its gaming laptops in the Lenovo Legion Pro Series, Lenovo has created an AI chip. To monitor in-game FPS and dynamically adapt the best performance output, the chip use software machine learning, installed via Lenovo Vantage.
The recent iteration includes the most recent 13th Gen Intel Core processors or AMD Ryzen 7000 Series processors. It also has laptop GPUs from the most recent NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series. With Lenovo Legion’s ColdFront 5.0 heat management system, both the GPU and CPU are kept cool by conducting heat away from the CPUs and expelling it through the sizable exhaust vents on the back and sides of the casing. The Legion 7i has slim bezel displays and a sleek design, making them ideal for stylish gaming PC.
Lenovo Legion Tower 7i
For those who prefer desktop stations, Lenovo Legion Tower 7i has the latest 13th Gen Intel Core processors and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 series GPU options. This produces top-tier framerates, making them ready to take on the toughest challenges. With up to 64GB of 5600Mhz DDR5 RAM, gaming performance is faster even when dealing with heavy simultaneous loads. Every Lenovo Legion device has a three-month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription and Windows 11 pre-installed so that users can immediately start playing.
Lenovo ThinkPhone by Motorola
The Lenovo ThinkPhone by Motorola was another eye-catching device that Lenovo unveiled at CES. Microsoft collaborated with Motorola (a subsidiary of Lenovo) to offer Microsoft productivity experiences to Motorola’s business clients. When you don’t have access to a laptop, this Android-powered smartphone offers an easy method to manage your professional life from anywhere. It already has Microsoft Teams, Outlook, OneDrive, and Microsoft 365 preinstalled. The red button on the ThinkPhone will soon let users turn on the Teams walkie-talkie capability. By streaming Windows 10 or 11 desktops directly from ThinkPhone devices, Motorola & Microsoft collaborated to help workers be more productive from anywhere.