Lenovo at CES 2021 – gaming, business and consumer laptops and accessories abound

Lenovo at CES 2021

The Lenovo at CES 2021 announcements included new 2021 lines for its gaming sub-brand Legion, ThinkBook, ThinkPad, Yoga series and its enterprise-focused lightweight ThinkReality A3 smart glasses.

This is just an overview of several press released from the hyperactive Lenovo at CES 2021. We have removed all hyperbole – just the facts

ThinkReality A3 — Versatile, lightweight Smart Glasses

Tethers via USB-C to a PC/laptop or select USB-C 3.1 Motorola smartphones. These are AR (augmented reality) smart glasses using the Qualcomm Snapdragon. It features stereoscopic 1080p displays presenting the user with up to 5 virtual displays. An 8MP RGB camera provides 1080p video for remote expert use cases while the dual fish-eye cameras provide room-scale tracking.

ThinkReality A3

When used with compatible PCs, users can position multiple, large virtual monitors in their field of view and use Windows software tools and applications.

It is part of Lenovo’s ThinkReality platform to accelerate the adoption of the next generation of wearable computing — offering smarter technology to enable smarter workers. With the growing ThinkReality cloud-agnostic ecosystem of hardware and software solutions, enterprises have more choices in building and deploying mixed reality technologies to improve business.

Other Lenovo at CES 2021 announcements


  • 5G (14-inch 1920×1080, 100% sRGB, Qualcomm 8cx Windows on ARM)
  • 4G LTE (similar using Qualcomm 8c Windows on ARM)
  • 5 Pro (16:10, 14 or 16” 120Hz, AMD processor and optional NVIDIA MX450 GPU)
  • 5i Pro (16:10, 14 or 16” 120Hz, 11th Gen Intel processor and optional NVIDIA MX450 graphics)
Lenovo at CES 2021

ThinkBook (SMB focus)

16:10 displays, some with Dolby Vision HDR/Atmos and NVIDIA GeForce graphics

  • Plus Gen 2 I (12: rear panel e-ink screen, 16:10 screen with stylus, TB4)
  • 13x I (similar to Plus Gen 2 I – no -ink)
  • 14p (AMD, up to 2.8K OELD
  • 16p (as above optional NVIDIA RTX GPU)
Lenovo at CES 2021
There is a colour display on the other side

Tablet (Android)

  • Lenovo Tab P11 (11” 2000×1200, Touch and stylus, Snapdragon662 with LTE)
Lenovo at CES 2021


  • AIO 7 all-in-one desktop (27” 4K, 90Hz, 99% DCI-P3/Adobe RGB, AMD Ryzen 7, NVIDIA RTX 2060) $3999
  • Slim 71 Pro 14” – choice of 1080p or 2.8K OLED, 100% DCI-P3 and 125% sRGB (optional NVIDIA MX450) Project EVO
Lenovo at CES 2021


AMD Ryzen 5000 H-series CPU and NVIDA GEFORCE RTX 3000 GPU

  • 7 (16” 2560 x 1600, 16:10, 165Hz, 3ms, 100% sRGBt, Dolby Vision, Display HDR 400) from $3299
  • Slim 7 (15.6” 144Hz@1080p 100% Adobe RGB or 60hz 4K 100% sRGB)
  • 5 Pro (16” same as the 7) from $2849
  • 5 (15” and 17” 165/144Hz, 100% sRGB) – from $1999
  • S600 Gaming Station (, Qi charge base, hang to charge H600)
  • H600 Wireless Gaming Headset (Lossless Wi-Fi, <35ms)
Lenovo at CES 2021


  • L27e-30 27” 1920×1080, IPS, narrow bezel, HDMI, DP, AMD FreeSync to 75Hz $249
  • L24i-30 24” $189
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Prototypes – Joint venture of Lenovo and NEC

  • LAVIE MINI 8” 11th Gen Intel Core 17, 578gms. Optional Gaming Controller or Dock
  • LAVIE Pro  13.3” 11th Gen Intel Core, 889g (Project Evo)
NEC prototypes

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