Today’s tech news: Lenovo getting Intel’s latest 10th Gen chips to its laptops


Intel’s tenth Gen chips are advancing into the world, and Lenovo has a lot of new ThinkPads that are getting the new processors that it’s declaring today. The new workstations are to a great extent equivalent to the past structures, beside the supported specs, so don’t expect excessively radical of an update.

Driving those PCs is another ThinkPad X1 Carbon, the seventh era of the equipment that Lenovo has discharged. New this year is Intel’s simply declared tenth Gen Comet Lake contributes both Core i5 and Core i7 choices (counting a hexacore Core i7 model). It likewise has Intel’s Project Athena mark, which means it’s ensured (in principle) to give in any event nine hours of battery life. The new chips will be accessible in September beginning at $1,479.

The ThinkPad X1 Yoga is getting a comparative update, with tenth Gen Core i5 and i7 chips. In contrast to the X1 Carbon, it won’t get Intel’s Project Athena mark, however like the X1 Carbon, it’s generally indistinguishable from the past variant. It’ll be accessible in September too beginning at $1,609.

The ThinkPad T490 and X390 are additionally getting new chips. (Both will have Core i5 and Core i7 choices, despite the fact that not the highest point of the line hexacore choice.) But like the two new X1 models, the remainder of the PCs are unaltered from a structure viewpoint.

In conclusion, there’s the ThinkPad L13 and L13 Yoga. While they’re the least expensive PCs Lenovo is reporting today, they’re likewise the most considerable update: the new models are an update to the old L390 model. Contrasted with those PCs, they offer more slender and lighter structures. Lenovo is likewise offering more brilliant showcases, littler bezels, a discretionary IR camera for Windows Hello, and a sliding “ThinkShutter” coordinated webcam spread.

The L13 and L13 Yoga (which, as the names suggest are pivoting show models of the L13) will likewise offer Intel’s tenth Gen chips, despite the fact that those are discretionary. Less expensive, less ground-breaking chips will likewise be accessible, including Intel’s Celeron chips. The two models will be accessible in October, with the L13 beginning at $749 and the L13 Yoga beginning at $919.

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