Lenovo launched its own report in the third quarter of its annual Consumer Electronics Show. The announcement includes six iMacs, six iMacs, one desktop, a tablet and some monitors. And were likely to get more announcements from Lenovo related to CES come January.
Since we have lots of products to offer, let’s just dive in.
First up we’ve got the Lenovo IdeaPad Pro 5/5, IdeaPad Slim 5/5, and the IdeaPad Flex 3i Chromebook. The Lenovo IdeaPad Pro 5 and 5i, shown in the header image, come in 14- and 16-inch sizes in either Artic Grey or Frost Blue. Unfortunately, only the 16inch Pro 5i will be available in North America. It offers up to the latest Intel Processor and an Nvidia GeForce Next-Gen Laptop, but Lenovo didn’t specify which CPUs and GPUs were actually available.
Other UI’s capabilities include a 256 x 824 x 722 micropad, expandable SSD storage, up to 100Hz refresh rate, and a QHD+ resolution. The IdeaPad Pro 5i in North America will cost $1,499.99 ($roughly $2,049.08) and be available in May 2023.
Lenovo IdeaPad 6.0i
There’s also the IdeaPad 5.3 and 5i Gen 8 in 14 and 16 inch versions (only the 16 inch models will be available in North America). The IdeaPad Slims OLED displays a resolution of up to 2.5k with 400 nits of brightness. The Slim 5i is fitted with the latest Intel Core processor, the slim 5 has the latest AMD Ryzen 7. They come in three shades: Violet, Cloud Grey and Abyss Blue.
The IdeaPad 5i will cost 79.99 USD (around $1,024.53 CAD) and the Slim 5 will cost 69.99 USD (approximately $887.93 CAD). They will be available in May 2023.
Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 3i, Lenovo.
The IdeaPad Flex 3i Chromebook offers a 360 degree hinge for an 8-in-1 user. Lenovo says the Flex 3is battery can last up to 12 hours on a charge, and runs on the latest N-Series Intel CPU. The Flex 3i will start at $349.99 USD (about $478.11) if it becomes available in May 2023.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon. Lenovo ThinkPad X1 nano is the latest in its kind. Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga.
Alongside the consumer laptops, Lenovo showed many ThinkPad laptops for businesses. ThinkPad X1 Titan Gen 11, ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 8, and ThinkPad X1 Nano Gen 3. The X1 laptops are built on Intels Evo platform and offer the latest generation of new Intel Core i7 CPUs and 64GB of RAM. All three will be available in 2023, starting at:
- ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 11 $1,729 USD (about $2,361.92 CAD)
- ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 8 $1,859 USD (roughly $2,539.51 USD)
- ThinkPad X1 Yang Nano Gen 3 $1,649 USD (approximately $2,252.63 USD)
Tablets, computers, etc.
Lenovo IdeaCentre mini 5i.
The mini-frame PC developed by Lenovo is the IdeaCentre Mini 5i, a tiny PC Mac-style. The built-in power supply unit and a chassis that Lenovo says can be easily opened, allowing users to access the dual-vortex cooling fan and memory chip. The latest Intel Core CPU, two DDR4 memory chips, a single-barillion dollar SSD storage, Wi-Fi 6 support and more.
The IdeaCentre Mini will be available at $349 ($49.99) (roughly $887.93 CAD) starting by 2023.
Lenovo M9-Y’s tyre is in stock.
Lenovo showed off its tablet M9 running Android 12. With a MediaTek Helio G80 CPU, 128GB storage and an 9inch display, the Tab M9 is definitely a good choice for watching Netflix and playing games. It costs $139.99 (about $191.23 CAD) and is expected to be available on the second and second half of 2023.
Lenovo’s P49w-30 is one wide boy.
Lenovo listed several monitors, but the only one that really worth writing about was the wild ThinkVision P49w-30. Its 49-inch display has 13 ports for which the two of which support Thunderbolt 4 with up to 100W of power supply is available. Second, this feature can be used to daisy chain other Thunderbolt 4 monitors (if you don’t have enough room for one after placing this behemoth on your desk).
Lenovo expects the P49w-30 to be available from June 2023 for $1,699.99 USD (about $2,322.29 CAD).