Lenovo Renews ThinkPad X1 and Yoga and ThinkCentre and ThinkBook Desktops with 12th Gen Intel Core and Windows 11

Lenovo has upgraded its computers with 12th generation Intel Core processors and Windows 11 operating system notebooks and convertibles from the ThinkPad and Yoga ranges, and the ThinkCentre and ThinkBook desktops, all of them designed to meet the needs of hybrid work.

The flagship of the ThinkPad line, the 10th generation X1 Carbon, along with the new models X1 Yoga 7th Gen Gen and X1 Nano 2nd Gen, have been optimized with better camera and audio capabilities and security solutions for the daily demands of hybrid work, as shared by the company at CES 2022 in Las Vegas (United States).

All models now have 12th generation Intel Core P-series processors, and with a new communications bar in which options have been integrated webcam FHD, a privacy cap and four-channel 360-degree far-field microphones.

The new one machine vision technology available on some of the latest ThinkPad X1 models employs a neural processing unit (NPU) to recognize individuals and their intention to use the computer. To save power, you can also turn off or reduce the brightness of the screen when the user looks in another direction.

The new ThinkPad X1 arrive with Windows 11 Pro, LPDDR5 RAM and PCIe Gen 4 storage options to reduce system latency. For the display, there are 2.8k OLED options for the X1 Carbon and 4K OLED options for the X1 Yoga, as well as Eyesafe low blue light certified panels.


The technology company has also updated its ‘all-in-one’ desktop computer ThinkCentre M90a Pro, which in its third generation is powered by 12th generation Intel Core processors up to i9 on Intel’s Q670 platform with vPro technology.

The computer has a 23.8-inch QHD screen, up to 64GB of DDR5 memory and various storage and port options. It also has HMDI 2.0 and DisplayPort outputs, allowing you to connect a second display.

When it comes to security, M90a Pro Gen 3 has a Steerable camera with two-channel microphones and two 3-watt speakers for individual video conferences. It also offers optional Human Presence Detection, enabled by Intel Context Sensing Technology.

On the other hand, Lenovo has launched a new modular PC ‘Tiny-in-One’, TIO Flex, with new monitor options up to 27 inches.

The new ones ThinkBook laptops, a revamped sub-brand of desktop computers, have been designed to meet the needs of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). To do this, they are equipped with 12th generation Intel Core processors and Windows 11.

In this product range you will find ThinkBook Plus Gen 3, featuring a 17.3-inch main display with an ultra-wide aspect ratio of 21:10 and a 8-inch secondary display for multitasking.

Additionally, the updated ThinkBook 13x Gen 2 may include a ThinkBook multi-device wireless charging mat, while the ThinkBook 14 Gen 4+ i and the new ThinkBook 16 Gen 4+ i feature slimmer designs, 16:10 aspect ratio displays and touchpads. larger glass panels, along with smart features.


Lenovo has introduced the 7th generation ‘2-in-1’ Yoga notebooks, with the launch of the new flagship, the 14-inch Lenovo Yoga 9i convertible notebook, the ultra-portable Yoga 7i in 14-inch and 16-inch sizes, and the 13-inch Yoga 6, made from recycled materials.

These computers come with Windows 11, 12th generation Intel Core processors (AMD Ryzen 7 5700U Mobile and AMD Radeon Integrated Graphics in the case of Yoga 6) and Dolby Vision technology. They also include Lenovo’s new carbon offset service, CO2 Offset Service.


In the framework of CES 2022, Lenovo has announced the new generation of professional P-series monitors (ThinkVision P27h-30 and P27q-30), with 27-inch QHD displays featuring vivid color performance and calibrated color accuracy, with support for 95% DCI-P3, 99% sRGB, BT.709 colors, and HDR10 .

He has also announced three new Q-series monitors for the consumer segment: Larger Q27q-20, with 27 inches and resolution up to QHD, and Q24i-20, 23.8 inches with up to Full HD.

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