Lenovo Flex 5G Laptop Landing Worldwide This WeekEditor's Pick
Lenovo was the first PC OEM to demonstrate a 5G laptop at COMPUTEX 2019 with its Project Limitless 5G technology demonstration with Qualcomm, then announced this product at CES 2020 as Yoga 5G. Now that 5G networks are deployed worldwide, it is time for a full-on product to appear under the Lenovo Flex 5G name.
After launching the world’s first foldable laptop ready for production, Lenovo is back at it with a new laptop category: the dual LCD/E-Ink display laptop.
Lenovo’s Foldable ThinkPad now has an official product name and release date, it’s the ThinkPad X1 Fold. Lenovo says that it will hit the market in “mid-2020” for $2499+, depending on the configuration.
At Computex last year, we first had our hands on a prototype laptop called “Project Limitless,” which was capable of connecting to all 5G protocols (sub-6, mmWave), an unprecedented feat in a world where laptops are just transiting to WiFi-6 now.
The Lenovo Legion laptops have made steady progress in the past few years, and the Legion Y740S is the pinnacle of that series, especially when it comes to design and build quality.
The ThinkPad X1 Carbon and ThinkPad X1 Yoga are two heavy-hitters that dominate the ThinkPad family, and their update usually gets the attention of the PC industry.
This week, Lenovo is introducing upgraded Legion Y740, Y540 and Y7000p system equipped with the most recent Intel CPUs and NVIDIA GPUs. In the gaming segment, PC makers are scrupulous with integrating the latest hardware to stay on the cutting-edge of this competitive but profitable market.
Lenovo is back with an AMOLED 2-in-1 laptop which seems to be aimed at Creative users. The Lenovo Yoga C730 is a high-end laptop that is the second OLED laptop from the brand, the first one being the X1 Yoga Gen3 with OLED which we previously reviewed.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga has always shadowed the X1 Carbon, sharing a lot of the same hardware, but in 2019 the two computers drift a little bit more apart thanks to the X1 Yoga’s new CNC-aluminum chassis.
CES has been the traditional launch platform of the Lenovo X1 Series for a long time, and it continues with the new ThinkPad X1 Carbon 7th generation. Lenovo is refreshing one of its most prized laptop design with new components, but also a bit of a design makeover.
Lenovo has just announced a new workstation laptop, the ThinkPad P1. A brand new line within the ThinkPad P-Series, the P1 is a 15.6” thin (18.4mm) and light (3.76 Lbs) workstation with excellent display options and impressive memory and storage options.
Gaming laptops, including Lenovo’s, have been using a “Stealth-bomber” design style for some time, and no-one in the industry could tell us how that style started. But it doesn’t matter anymore because Lenovo is coming up with refreshing new designs for both laptops and desktop gaming computers, at E3 2018. Classy, clean but still aggressive, these chassis make “last-gen” gaming PCs look older.