Lenovo has unveiled the new ThinkCenter Nano line of miniature PCs for professional and home use. So far, there are only two nettops in the series, while one Lenovo computer from the presented new products has a zero noise level. The company has produced compact solutions before, for example, in 2010, when it released small-sized desktop PCs.
Compact Nano M90n
One of the devices presented is the Lenovo ThinkCenter Nano M90n computer, which has dimensions that make it similar to modern smartphones (for example, Huawei Honor 8X Max). Its dimensions are 17.9 x 8.8 x 2.2 cm, and its weight does not exceed 0.5 kg. Compared to Lenovo's other compact ThinkCentre Tiny, the Nano M90n is three times smaller. The novelty with an internal volume not exceeding 0.35 l is equipped with an active cooling system.
Among the characteristics of the Nano M90n are the eighth generation Intel Core chipset (up to Core i7), up to 16 GB of RAM, and an SSD up to 512 GB. The device does not have a discrete graphics card. Instead, a module built into the processor is responsible for processing graphics.
Silent Nano M90n IoT
Another compact novelty - the computer differs in the amount of "RAM" up to 8 GB, Intel Celeron or Core i3 chipset, SSD up to 512 GB. The volume of the case for this PC is slightly larger - 0.55 liters, but there is no active cooling system. Instead, a massive radiator is located at the top.
For this reason, the M90n IoT has virtually zero noise, although design changes have added a little more to the mini-computer in size and weight. Also, this model is distinguished by two additional interfaces. The manufacturer himself defines the M90n IoT as a secure solution for various projects in the Internet of Things.
Lenovo ThinkPad X Flexible Screen
In 2019, the trend of creating smartphones with flexible screens is growing in the mobile device market. The brands Samsung, Huawei have already presented their solutions, and although users are still distrustful of such devices, considering it unreliable, other manufacturers continue to work on their own foldable concepts.
Lenovo decided not to lag behind and presented a branded Lenovo computer, or rather a prototype of a device with a folding screen, the final version of which is expected only next year. The Lenovo ThinkPad X concept is positioned as a 2in1 device: it can be a laptop or a tablet. When closed, the PC resembles a diary, and when opened, it is a device with a 13.3-inch screen with support for 2K resolution.
When folded, Lenovo splits into two 9.6-inch displays. One of them can be used for viewing content or chatting, and the other for recordings. When used as a laptop, the ThinkPad X remains stable by the built-in battery that fixes one of the parts of the PC to the surface. You can connect a Bluetooth keyboard to the device, in addition, the device has two USB-C connectors, an infrared camera with face identification, an audio system with stereo sound.
The Topic of Article: Lenovo introduced new products: two miniature nettops and a computer with a flexible screen.