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Lenovo: Latest and greatest — so far



LENOVO’s Legion 5 is a heavy-hitting gaming laptop. / PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY OF LENOVO

China’s Lenovo Group Limited unveiled its latest offerings this month through Lenovo Tech World 2021, showcasing must-have laptops and gadgets and their entry into the booming cloud service sector.

From upcoming products and services, Lenovo teased its Hybrid Cloud Solutions, “Think Edge” portfolio, the latest Legion, ThinkPad X1 Nano and Yoga laptops.

With TruScale as the centerpiece, an “everything-as-a-service system,” Lenovo touted its links with big companies like entertainment label DreamWorks, famous for computer-generated movies like “Shrek,” and motorcycle icon Ducati for its Moto GT.

Lenovo’s Neptune water-cooling technology was also put in the spotlight as its TruScale, a system that uses the cloud as a contact framework in the rapidly-evolving age of working and learning offsite.

Lenovo’s gaming laptop Legion and ThinkPad Yoga, with features that can serve gaming, schooling and working needs, were heralded, as were the ThinkPad X1 Nano, the 5-G ready laptop that weighs 900 grams with great battery life.

The Yoga laptops, like the X1 Yoga that comes equipped with Dolby Voice, should provide a solid conference experience, with four 360-degree far-field microphones, with 5-G capability, as well.

Legion 7 can come equipped with Intel Core i9 HK-series or AMD Ryzen 5000 H-series mobile processors coupled with NVIDIA GeForce RTX Graphics. It comes with the Lenovo Legion engine that enhances system performance and frames-per-second.

This Legion boasts of the ColdFront 3.0 Thermal system that works in sync with the AI Engine to cool down the unit for optimal performance.

The Yoga Slim 7 Carbon has a VESA Display HDR True Black 500 monitor on top of Rapid Charge Express, the Smart AI experiences onboard and has 14 hours of all-day battery life.

It can be paired with the Lenovo Tab P12 Pro to work as a wireless secondary monitor for a mobile office setup without the hassle of lugging extra peripherals.