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Lenovo refreshes their ThinkBook family and adds a 2nd screen for productivity

By Ken Wong - on 6 Jan 2022, 2:48pm

Lenovo refreshes their ThinkBook family and adds a 2nd screen for productivity

The ThinkBook series has undergone a refresh. Image source: Lenovo.

Beyond a refresh of some models, Lenovo’s CES 2022 ThinkBook has added a second screen to improve productivity.


ThinkBook Plus Gen 3

The 2nd display is meant to improve productivity. Image source: Lenovo.

We like the saying, “Go big or go home” and the ThinkBook Plus Gen 3 delivers on all counts. Laptops with dual screens aren’t new these days, and according to the company, the ThinkBook Plus Gen 3 is Lenovo’s first 17.3-inch laptop with a built-in secondary 8-inch (800 x 1200) full-colour LCD display.

Part of the reason for the larger screen size of the laptop is to accommodate the secondary display as its placed on the side rather than the middle like that of the ASUS ZenBook 14.

The laptop is powered by the 12th generation Intel Core H-Series processors and packs up to 32GB of LPDDR5 and SSDs up to 2TB of storage. It has a resolution of 3072 x 1440 pixels at 120Hz, up to 400 nits of brightness. To round out the package, the ThinkBook Plus Gen 3 includes a Dolby Atmos Speaker System from Harman Kardon.


ThinkBook 13 Gen 2, 14, and 16 Gen 4

This was co-engineered with Intel. Image source: Lenovo.

Co-engineered with Intel to meet the requirements of an Intel Evo laptop, the Lenovo ThinkBook 13 Gen 2 is a 13.3-inch laptop, weighing just 1.21kg, and just 12.9mm thick. It comes powered by a 12th generation Intel Core U-Series processor and a 56Whr battery.


ThinkBook 14 and 16 Gen 4

Image source: Lenovo.

Both the ThinkBook 14 and 16 Gen 4 are slimmer than their previous models and have a larger FHD+ display with a 16:10 aspect ratio.

Display options include a 90Hz 2880 x 1800 14-inch and a 120Hz 2560 x 1600 16-inch screens with hardware colour calibration and 300 nits of brightness. Both can be powered by optional NVIDIA RTX graphics.

The 16-inch has a full-sized keyboard. Image source: Lenovo.

They feature a larger Touchpad with a glass surface that adds to the interactive experience and Dolby Atmos Speaker. Other options available help with security and collaboration.


ThinkBook Wireless Multi-Device Charging Mat

The charge mat can also act as a QI charger for smartphones. Image source: Lenovo

The ThinkBook Wireless Multi-Device Charging Mat is an optional accessory and can deliver 65W wireless laptop charging via Power by Contact and includes an integrated Qi charger to charge a compatible mobile device up to 10W.


Pricing and availability

The ThinkBook 14 and 16 Gen 4 will both be available in Singapore in March while the ThinkBook Plus Gen 3 will see availability in April. We are still waiting on Lenovo for the prices. We have no visibility on the price and availability of the other products but will update this article when we have more information.

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