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Lenovo accelerates business-wide digital transformation with 9th Gen platform ThinkPads, ThinkVision displays

Lenovo Philippines is releasing five new ThinkPads to cater to the Filipino business market. Bannering them is the Lenovo T490, a powerful device given a boost in performance by the optional Discrete NVIDIA GeForce MX250 graphics. It also has a high memory capacity of up to 48GB DDR4 RAM (2400MHz).

Lenovo Philippines launched a new set of ThinkPad laptops and ThinkVision monitors designed for users to conduct business anywhere, anytime.

ThinkPad devices are developed with features that can boost productivity such as TrackPoint, ergonomic keys, multimedia buttons, security and other features that enhance its durability.

First in the lineup of ThinkPad laptops is the ThinkPad T490 which combines the power of Intel Core i5 processors, NVIDIA graphics and audio and display features intended for multitasking professionals. It has a memory capacity of up to 48GB DDR4 RAM and runs Windows 10 Pro operating system. It is energized by up to 16.1 hours of battery life. Battery can be charged using the Rapid Charge technology which provides 80% capacity in just an hour. It comes with a three-year carry-in warranty. Price starts at PhP73,990.

The ThinkPad X390 is a 13.3-inch business laptop designed for those who conduct business outside the office with its light build at only 16.5mm thin and weighs only 1.22kg. The device has a hinge that allows it to tilt to a 180-degree angle. It is powered by Intel Core i7 processors and runs Windows 10 Pro OS. It comes with an enhanced security measures like PrivacyGuard with PrivacyAlert, a technology to block the content from any viewing angles other than head-on, and alerts user if a surfer is trying to see it. It comes with a three-year carry-in warranty and price starts at PhP77,990.

Equipped with the latest processing, storage and memory features, the ThinkPad L390 is a 13.3-inch laptop with 14-hour battery life, touchscreen, backlit keyboard and fingerprint reader to safeguard data. Weighing 1.46kg, the device is portable and can be used anywhere. It uses the Rapid Charge technology to boost its battery. Its price starts at PhP69.990.

The ThinkPad E490, on the other hand, features the latest Intel Core processors, boosts productivity with 13-hour of battery life, and has a memory of up to 32GB. The device is Intel Optane-ready which is a memory option for everyday computing to loading high-performance games. Comes with a one-year warranty, the laptop’s price starts at PhP43,990. The ThinkPad E490s, on the other hand, is a 14-inch laptop which features the latest Intel processors, fast SSD options and battery life of up to 11.5 hours. Only 17.9mm thin, the E490s is slimmer than the E490 but it is packed with Integrated Intel graphics or Discrete AMD Radeon 540X graphics with 2GB VRAM, and up to 32GB DDR4 SODIMM memory. Price starts at PhP57,990.

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Aside from ThinkPads, Lenovo also unveiled two ThinkVision displays, the M14 and S24e-10. A mobile monitor, ThinkVision M14 weighs 1.3 pounds and offers a 14-inch, 1920 x 1080 IPS panel to work on when traveling away from the desk. It has two USB Type-C ports to connect to other devices. Price starts at PhP13,990. The S24e-10, on the other hand, is designed to project clear presentations with its full-HD 1920 x 1080 VA monitor which features a 23.8” near-edgeless panel. Price starts at PhP8,990.

These devices are now available at any ThinkPad retail stores and value-added resellers.


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