At Tech Life 2018 on August 30, Lenovo’s annual technology event, the company continued its quest for empowerment through futuristic technology. Driven by its “Intelligent Transformation” strategy, the tech giant announced several new laptops—an announcement that has upped the excitement for the IFA Berlin event beginning on August 31.
Let’s take a quick look at the excitement that awaits the marketplace.
Lenovo Yoga C930
Imagine a super-sleek laptop that breathes audio/video excellence, and voila, behold the Yoga C930. This incredible machine hosts a Dolby Atmos audio system in a never-seen-before rotating sound bar. The design creates a unique garage where you can also charge your digital pen, thus elevating your productivity. The laptop is Cortana- and Alexa-enabled.
Lenovo Yoga S730
This lean, mean machine is only 11.9mm thick, but its performance packs a hefty punch. Designed for travel, the Yoga S730 is equipped with an eighth-generation Intel Core i7 processor and Dolby Atmos Speaker System (and Vision), running unplugged for 10 hours and never proving a burden on a busy day.
Lenovo Yoga Book C930
A particularly thrilling addition to the Yoga range is the C930—the first dual display laptop (with an E Ink screen). The screen can change as if by magic to a full-purpose keyboard; you can also use digital paper for notes or doodles. The QHD display looks glorious, whether you’re using the eReader or working away unplugged, thanks to the long-lasting battery.
Lenovo Yoga C630 WOS
The first-ever device to be driven by the latest Snapdragon 850 (Qualcomm)—the Yoga C630 WOS—delivers the strength of a laptop with the readiness of a smartphone. The device powers up almost instantly and offers lightning-fast 4G wireless connectivity. The battery backup is an unbelievable 25+ hours!
Lenovo Yoga Chromebook C630
Lenovo also announced a Chromebook in the Yoga range—a midnight blue, stunning laptop offering up to 4K display, 10 hours of battery life, eighth-generation Intel Core processors and high-speed memory and storage space. The Yoga Chromebook C630 seems to be designed to entertain—its display is astoundingly edge-less, thereby offering an immersive experience.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme
This is, genuinely, an “extreme” version of everyone’s favorite ThinkPad, offering immense power, multi-monitor support, and 4K display at its thinnest yet. Fueled by eighth-generation Gen Intel Core processors and NVIDIA GeForce graphics, the ThinkPad X1 Extreme also offers RapidCharge (80% in an hour), 100% RGB, Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos audio.
Lenovo Chromebook C330
Have you always admired the stylish Chromebook for its portability and adaptability to modern living? The new Chromebook C330 is the epitome of style in its champagne gold (or blizzard white) design and has a touchscreen (10-point) display that’s comfortable for all operational modes—tent, laptop, tablet or stand. The battery lasts for 10 hours, and the laptop keeps itself secure through automatic updates.
Lenovo Chromebook S330
Lenovo also announced a more affordable Chromebook that perfects the balance of form and function. The Chromebook S330 offers a 10-point touchscreen with an anti-glare, In-Plane Switching display, combining viewing comfort with the speed of LPDDR3 memory. It offers 100GB of additional cloud storage to supplement the eMMC storage for day-to-day needs.
Lenovo Legion 530
We saved this one for the last because it’s sure to get that adrenaline pumping. The powerful gaming laptop from Lenovo’s Legion range now has an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 upgrade. Legion Y530 laptops are incredibly high-performing, tailored for mainstream gamers. With this GPU upgrade, things look set to become truly divine.
As the IFA Berlin 2018 unfurls, more fabulous announcements are sure to come in. Lenovo has certainly set the stage for shimmering brilliance.