Lenovo rolled out a lineup of new devices to highlight its commitment of continuing transformation for the next reality, a new era where consumers and businesses need new solutions and technologies to face unprecedented changes in the way they live, learn, connect and work over the course of the next year and beyond.
Lenovo showcased at this year’s Global Tech World event new products such as Lenovo TruScale as an Everything-as-a-Service platform, an enhanced Edge to Cloud portfolio, new Artificial Intelligence (AI) platform, software, green and responsible innovation, and a wide array of the latest laptops, tablets, and monitors.
“The next reality is here and both individuals and businesses now have different needs and uses for smarter technology,” said Lenovo chairman and CEO, Yuanqing Yang. “Lenovo is focused and ready to deliver our solutions for this next reality. From our hybrid work and life solutions, edge-to-cloud portfolio, new Everything-as-a-Service business model under Lenovo TruScale, to Lenovo Brain and AI technologies, and our commitment to enable our customers and the world in digital and intelligent transformation.”
At the Tech World event, Lenovo announced that it is offering its entire pocket to cloud portfolio as a service under an expanded Lenovo TruScale umbrella via a single contract framework to meet the growing demand for smarter technology amid a new era of hybrid working and learning.
Lenovo TruScale offers businesses of all sizes an everything-as-a-service platform with the flexibility they need to stay competitive with a scalable, cloud-like consumption model and predictable payment options for hardware and service inclusions. With Lenovo TruScale, IT leaders’ infrastructure solutions are fully managed, giving customers the advantages of an on-premise cloud environment along with the peace of mind around data management in a hybrid environment.
Also presented in the event was the core technologies in Lenovo Brain, Lenovo’s in-house developed, industrial transformation-oriented AI platform which helps solve customer pain points in various industries such as manufacturing, healthcare, and education. Lenovo Brain first started as an AI platform to empower Lenovo’s own intelligent transformation; from enabling Lenovo devices’ natural interaction with users and enabling infrastructure AI for IT operations to empower Lenovo’s smart factories. Further development of Lenovo Brain to empower other industries with its AI solution construction, deployment and support was also announced.
The company announced it will be the first to market VMware’s software solution for the edge running on the ThinkSystem SE350 Edge Servers. It also announced the enhancement of Lenovo Open Cloud Automation management software to automate the planning, deployment and ongoing management of data center cloud deployments all the way to edge sites.
The ThinkEdge SE70, a powerful and flexible AI edge platform for enterprises, was also unveiled in the event. This device is designed to meet the expanding intelligent transformation needs from logistics, transportation, and smart cities, to retail, healthcare, and manufacturing. Lenovo’s new edge solution is created in cooperation with Amazon Web Services (AWS) leveraging AWS Panorama and is powered by the NVIDIA Jetson Xavier NX platform.
On the laptop segment, the world’s lightest 14-inch OLED Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 Carbon and the 16-inch ultra-slim Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 Pro were also introduced as among the first laptops which offer consumers the next-gen Windows 11 operating system (OS).
Lenovo also unveiled new monitors at the event, one of which was the ThinkVision P27u-20 which offers dual wide color gamut (99.1% DCI-P3, 99.5% Adobe RGB) with factory calibrated color accuracy. This monitor is designed for photography, video and graphics creators seeking a high-performance display to extend screen space for effective application multitasking. It also adds the convenience of Intel Thunderbolt 4 docking display capability. The Energy Star 8.0 compliant ThinkVision P27u-20 delivers detailed clarity on a 27-inch Ultra High Definition (3840×2160) IPS screen with VESA Certified DisplayHDR 400 support for realistic brightness and darkness.
The company also introduced the Lenovo G27e-20 and Lenovo G24e-20 monitors, a new line of consumer G-series gaming monitors designed for immersive PC gaming and working or learning from a user’s home office. With AMD FreeSync Premium technology for a fluid, tear-free and low-latency experience, both displays are capable of achieving a 1ms Moving Picture Response Time (MPRT) for better perceived blur reduction, making the moving objects on screens appear clearer and sharper.
Meanwhile, Lenovo believes technology can make life better, society more inclusive, and equitable, and the environment more sustainable by focusing on green, inclusive, and responsible innovation across its entire portfolio. The Group recently published its annual Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) report that included new goals in the areas of climate change mitigation, circular economy, and sustainable materials. Lenovo Foundation continues to empower under-represented communities with access to technology and STEM education with a new goal to impact 15-million lives by 2025-26 through philanthropic programs and partnerships. Lenovo also discussed the importance of green, sustainable, purposeful innovation at the event.