Lenovo adds to its ThinkPad and ThinkVision portfolios

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Lenovo is refreshing its Windows-based ThinkPad and ThinkVision lines with redesigned and re-engineered devices, including the ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 4, the ThinkPad L13 Gen 2, L13 Yoga Gen 2, ThinkVision M15 mobile monitor and ThinkVision T24m-20 display. The X1 Extreme Gen 4 is available with the latest NVIDIA RTX mobile graphics, up to 64GB DDR4 memory and dual Solid-State Drive (SSD) support. You can also upgrade it with optional 5G Wireless WAN for high-speed access to cloud data. To make the most of remote work, it has an edge-to-edge 16-inch display (with options up to 4K with Dolby Vision support), a new FHD webcam, dual noise-cancelling microphones and a user-facing Dolby Atmos Speaker System that is 20% larger than previous generation. And all of this weighs less than four pounds. Its fingerprint reader is integrated into the power button for easier sign on through Windows Hello, while a larger touchpad caters to users who prefer this control method. With rapid access keys, you can quickly answer and end audio and video calls. Read more about all these devices at Lenovo.

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