Lenovo ThinkBook and ThinkVision: an exciting new range of PCs and monitors

Lenovo uses the IFA in Berlin to present new laptops. After the excellent Yoga Slim range, here is the ThinkBook and ThinkVision for professionals.

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Lenovo is having a good year in 2022. The company offers an excellent range of laptops with the Yoga Slim 7i Carbon on the ultraportable side and the Legion for gamers. At IFA she decided to step it up a notch with a range of products for professionals. In addition to extravagant devices such as the ThinkPad X1 Fold, the brand’s foldable PC, or the Lenovo Glasses T1, the brand offers more classic products for professionals.

Lenovo Thinkbook 16p Gen 3: a powerful and versatile ultraportable

We’ll start with the Lenovo ThinkBook 16p Gen 3 laptop PC. This name denotes a PC that focuses more on performance than ultra-portability. So there’s an AMD Ryzen 6000-H processor backed by a GeForce RTX 3060 from Nvidia, likely with a TGP included. There’s also storage of up to 2TB in double SSD and up to 32GB of LPDDR5 RAM with a 71Wh battery.

The borderless 16-inch IPS screen offers a high resolution of 2.5K at 60 Hz. If you want to play with the device, Lenovo offers a 165 Hz HDR400 configuration.

Features that will interest professionals include the fingerprint reader combined with a TPM to encrypt data and Windows Hello. The camera has an element to ensure its deactivation to ensure privacy and the PC has a Kensington lock.

The connection is also quite complete with notably an SD card reader and a USB4 USB Type-C port, but also two USB-A USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports. Several ports are located on the back of the device, including an HDMI, easier to connect your external screen.

Despite the emphasis on performance, we’re talking about a portable PC that manages to remain relatively compact, weighing 1.99 kg and measuring 354.6 x 252 x 19.5 mm.

The ThinkBook 16p Gen 3 is available from 1999 euros.

Lenovo Thinkvision: a new line of monitors

Lenovo is also showing a new range of Thinkvision monitors at IFA, the names of which may be a bit unclear: ThinkVision T32p-30, T34w-30, T24i-30, T32h-30 and S25e-30. With all of these monitors, Lenovo is targeting the professional market with screens that are both comfortable and precise.

The Thinkvision T32p-30, for example, offers a 31.5-inch diagonal with 4K UHD resolution and an IPS LCD panel. The brand even goes so far as to offer a 34-inch curved screen in 21:9 format with a resolution of 3440 x 1440 pixels: the ThinkVision T34w-30. However, this is not a gaming screen.

Among the features we intend to include is the ability to connect your PC to these monitors with a simple USB-C cable, and the inclusion of an RJ45 Ethernet port on the screen to make it a true station base. Lenovo highlights the ability to connect a webcam via the USB Type-A port.

These screens will be available from January 2023 for €669 for the Lenovo ThinkVision T32p-30 and €699 for the ThinkVision T32w-30.

The ThinkVision S25e-30, T24i-30 and T32h-30 are more accessible versions of these new monitors, with resolutions each dropping to 1920 x 1080 pixels for the 24-inch formats and QHD for the 31.5-inch screen. The first two monitors also bring back the analogue VGA connection still used in business. The T32h-30 retains the USB-C connection and RJ45 connector of high-end screens.

For these references, prices drop to 169, 249 and 549 euros respectively, with a release planned for December 2022.

A notice: Our journalist Cassim Ketfi is in Berlin to cover the whole of IFA 2022, but he is there as part of a press trip organized by TP Vision (Philips).


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