Lenovo at CES 2020 went to town on a huge range of gaming laptops,
monitors and peripherals and confirmed its official PC/monitor partnership with
APEX Legends Global Series.
And on the practical side, Lenovo at CES 2020 announced a ThinkSmart
Device for the office, ThinkCentre M90a All-in-one, ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 8
laptop, X1 Yoga Gen 5 and new high-performance ThinkVision Displays.
We were very impressed with Lenovo in 2019 and started following this brand. We present a quick curated overview of what GadgetGuy Lifestyle/tech readers want
Lenovo at CES 2020 Product gallery follows
Update Day Two Lenovo at CES 2020
All prices are US$ – add 50% for approx. AUD. No guarantee
of Australian availability.
Smart Tab M10 FHD Plus 2nd Gen with the Google Assistant
10.3-inch Full HD narrow 4.6mm bezel, Dolby Atmos speakers to
make watching shows and playing games that much more fun and immersive.
Includes smart charge station/dock and supports multiple users and face unlock.
Price from $189
Lenovo Smart Frame
21.5” smart picture frame (used portrait or landscape) with ambient
colour tone sensor for best viewing. Hand gesture controls. AI curates your
photo album by choosing the highest-quality images from your collection and
then automatically composing them into digital collages to maximise the number
of images viewed at once. The Lenovo Smart Frame also comes with a free app
that comes with hundreds of art pieces that can be displayed throughout your
Price $399, August 2020
ThinkBook Plus with e-Ink Cover Display
13.3-inch FHD main display and a 10.8-inch e-ink display on
the cover, on which users can create illustrations and diagrams with the
integrated Lenovo Precision Pen and receive essential notifications when the
lid is closed allowing them to stay focused during meetings.
Price: From $1199, March 2020
ThinkPad Fold X1
13.3-inch display, Intel Core Processors with Intel Hybrid
Technology and will initially be available with Windows 10 in mid-2020 (Windows
10X later). Optional 5G connectivity.
Lenovo developed a unique multi-link torque hinge mechanism
to manage stresses during fold actions. The hinge mechanism, combined with
lightweight alloys including a carbon fibre reinforced frame plate, optimises
the viewing experience when unfolded flat.
US prices from $2499, mid-2020
Yoga 5G PC – worlds first Qualcomm powered (Windows on Arm) 5G laptop
It is a 14”, ultra-portable (1.3kg) 360° hinge, Snapdragon
8cx 5G with up to 24 hours battery life. It supports a stylus and has Dolby
Choice of AMD
Ryzen 4000 Series Mobile Processor with Radeon graphics, or the Intel-based Core
i7 with Intel Iris Plus graphics and the option to the latest NVIDIA GeForce MX
14 or 15” FHD or 4K and touch displays, up to 13-hour fast
charge battery, Dolby Atmos and Windows 10/Alexa
IdeaPad Duet Chromebook
Battey life to 10 hours, 10.1” 1920 x 1200, tablet design with
a detachable keyboard (Surface-like)
IdeaPad Flex 5 Chromebook
13-inch Chromebook convertible laptop is 1.35kg – perfect for
school bags. 10th Gen Intel Core i5 processor for more power, up to
128GB PCIe SSD of storage and 8GB DDR4 of memory. Supports a Stylus, has a bright
300 nits screen and 10-hour battery.
14-inch Lenovo Yoga 5G from $1,499, Autumn
14-inch Intel-based Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 laptop
from $1,209.99 and the AMD-based model from at $849.99. The 15-inch Intel-based
model from $1,209.99, April 2020.
IdeaPad Duet Chromebook from $279.99, May 2020.
13-inch Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 5 Chromebook from
$359, June 2020.
They took a great name from IBM and added to it. The same familiar
red “GH’ spot (called at TrackPoint), Mil-STD, 10th Gen Intel Processors, optional
PrivacyGuard screen (and automatically turns on if anyone else is looking at it)
and an optional Wi-Fi/BT ThinkPad TrackPoint Keyboard II for a cable-free desk environment.