Alongside the foldable PC, Chromebooks, and gaming PC, the Chinese electronics giant Lenovo has unveiled new products for the digital content creators, and the devices are dubbed as the Lenovo Yoga Creator 7, IdeaPad Creator 5, IdeaCentre Creator 5, and Qreator 27, Q27h. So, let’s check out the complete details.
Starting with the Lenovo Yoga Creator 7, it features a 15.6-inch full-HD optional glass display along with 100 percent sRGB colour gamut, the device also offers Dolby Atmos sound, and an infrared camera as well as an integrated fingerprint scanner with Windows Hello support. The notebook also coming with an optional Wi-Fi 6 connectivity and offers up to 13 hours of battery life along with Rapid Charge technology. Moreover, the device is also matted with Nvidia graphics cards along with Amazon Alexa support.
Coming to the IdeaPad Creator 5, it comes with a 15.6-inch full-HD display with 100 percent AdobeRGB colour gamut. It is powered by up to 10th generation Intel Core i7 processor, and paired with Nvidia graphics card along with up to 16GB of DDR4. The device also offers a built-in HD webcam. It also has 1TB of PCIe SSD storage and loaded Lenovo Q-Control and Intelligent Cooling. The device is also capable to offer up to eight hours of battery life on a single charge and supports Rapid Charge technology.
The company has also introduced the IdeaCentre Creator 5 as its desktop version as well. It offers the latest Intel Core i9 processor, and paired with Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 graphics cards with Studio Drivers, along with up to 16GB of DDR4 RAM, and Dolby Audio speakers.
Lenovo has also unveiled Qreator 27 monitor and that features a 27-inch 4K UHD with 3840×2160 pixels resolution along with a four-sided near-edgeless infinity screen. It also features the Smart Crystal Sound Display which will make the sound in sync with on-screen motions and also integrated the screen like a speaker membrane. The monitor also has a Smart Power function which will optimize power consumption and more importantly it offers a 10-bit colour depth as well as 98 percent DCI-P3 colour gamut.
Lenovo also launched the Lenovo Q27h monitor which also sports a 27-inch display along with with a QHD and has 2560×1440 pixels resolution and 350 nits brightness. The monitor also supports AMD Radeon FreeSync technology and has 75Hz refresh rate.
Both the Lenovo Qreator 27 and Q27h have a one-cable solution that uses USB Type-C and this offers accurate power distribution.
The company hasn’t finished, as Lenovo unveiled the ThinkBook Plus and it has the e-ink cover display, it also features a 13.3-inch full-HD primary display and supports Lenovo Precision Pen. The e-ink display will offer notifications and allow to write notes, even in the closed lid stage.
It also sports Harman speakers, along with Skype-certified microphones, and Amazon Alexa. It is powered by 10th generation Intel Core processors and offers SSD as well as Intel Optane memory. It also has the Skype hotkeys and Windows Hello authentication with a fingerprint scanner which embodied on the power button. It will available from March with an initial price of $1,199.
The company has also unveiled the limited-edition Ducati 5 notebook which sports a 14-inch full-HD display with 1920×1080 pixels resolution along with slim bezels and up to 300 nits brightness. The device also features a USB Type-C port with transfer speeds up to 10 Gbps. It also has an optional backlit keyboard with the fingerprint scanner which is backed by Windows Hello and HD webcam with an integrated privacy shutter.
It is powered by up to 10th generation Intel Core i5 processor, and paired with Intel integrated graphics, along with 8GB DDR4 RAM, as well as 1TB SSD PCIe storage. The pricing starts at EUR 899, and it will available in select markets from April.
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