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MWC 2024: Lenovo’s latest business laptops focus on AI-driven innovation

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At Mobile World Congress, Lenovo introduced its latest generation of ThinkPad and ThinkBook business laptops, powered by the latest Intel Core Ultra processors and Windows 11. Whether it's collaborating with colleagues, meeting with customers, or analyzing data and creating content, these new laptops can speed up workflows with supported AI-enabled software tools people need to be more creative and efficient*. Across these PCs, help is always at hand with Microsoft Copilot in Windows 11. These laptops have the new built-in Copilot key, providing faster access to your everyday AI companion in Windows 11, harnessing the capabilities of AI to make the things you do every day easier. Features include helping you summarize web pages and change settings.   Lenovo has also prioritized powerful AI PC computing in its ThinkBook portfolio by including features designed to improve battery life and video conferencing, such as Smart Power and Smart Meeting. [caption id="attachment_178727" align="alignnone" width="1024"]
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ThinkPad T16 Gen 3[/caption] Lenovo’s ThinkPad T series is a well-recognized workhorse in many businesses. The latest generation – which includes the ThinkPad T14 Gen 5, ThinkPad T14s Gen 5 and ThinkPad T16 Gen 3 – come with narrower bezels that increase the screen-to-body ratio, making for a thinner and lighter design. They also embrace the inclusive user experience focus of Lenovo’s Product Diversity Office, integrating the tactile markings announced on the ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 12 and ThinkPad X1 2-in-1 Gen 9. These additional tactile cues are designed to increase accessibility and help people who are visually impaired to navigate the keyboard. The Lenovo ThinkPad X12 Detachable Gen 2 – aimed at highly mobile professionals such as those who work in insurance, healthcare and law enforcement – has a detachable, backlit folio keyboard equipped with a three-button trackpad and the option to add a magnetic pen. The Corning Glass Gorilla display, user-facing 5MP + IR camera, 8MP world-facing camera and CAT16 4G WWAN support help you stay connected and come through loud and clear when you’re on the go. Multi-tasking and handling resource-intensive tasks is also easier with the latest generation Intel Core Ultra U series processors running Windows 11 Pro. [caption id="attachment_178728" align="alignnone" width="1024"]
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ThinkBook 14 2-in-1 Gen 4[/caption] The redesigned ThinkBook 14 2-in-1 Gen 4 is now sleeker and lighter with narrow bezels delivering a 90% screen-to-body ratio for the 16:10 aspect ratio 14-inch display. It’s also got a larger touchpad and the ability to pair it with the new magnetic slim pen. For added security and to make logging in easier, this laptop includes a fingerprint reader and optional infrared camera with privacy shutter. Lenovo's commitment to more sustainable practices also continues with 50% recycled aluminum metal on the bottom cover, as well as an increased use of post-consumer content plastic materials, such as 50% in the keycaps and up to 90% for selected parts. For more information about these and other announcements Lenovo made at MWC, head over to StoryHub. *AI features may require software purchase, subscription or enablement by a software or platform provider, or may have specific configuration or compatibility requirements.

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