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Written by : Tech Trends Team

With an aim to deliver tailor-made devices to customers to meet their needs and fit their usage habits, Chinese tech giant Lenovo on Thursday announced a new range of laptop and tablet products at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2017), Las Vegas. Lenovo showcased its premium work and play experience device ThinkPad X1, Miix 720 detachable, new gaming sub-brand Lenovo Legion and two laptops under the new sub-brand, Legion Y720 and Legion Y520 at the event.

"Our approach to innovation is to ensure we are constantly evolving and understanding how technology is infused within every individual, business and home", Gianfranco Lanci, President and Chief Operating Officer at Lenovo, told reporters.

The next generation of ThinkPad X1 products cater to the need of professionals who blur the line between work and personal PC use.

Lenovo's 5th generation ThinkPad X1 Carbon available in classic ThinkPad Black and new metallic silver colours is the lightest 14-inch business notebook that weighs just 2.5 pounds (1.1 kg) and packs a 14-inch IPS display into a new sleek 13-inch form factor. It is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon X7 processor. The new X1 Carbon offers up to 15 hours of battery life and has been redesigned to include 3 USB Thunderbolt ports (the fastest port available on a PC), super-fast LTE-A Wireless WAN and Wi-Fi certified WiGig options that deliver superior performance and connectivity.

"Over 80 per cent of our consumers were concerned about battery life. Other thing the customers were worried about is colours, so we are now offering a choice of silver colour this year", Dilip Bhatia, Vice President of Global Marketing, User and Customer Experience Lenovo PC and Smart Device Business Group, said.

Taking a note of increased cybercrime threats, the new device offers enhanced security features. It comes with a fingerprint sensor with a dedicated chip that handles biometric processing and helps secure and simplify the Windows Hello login experience with a new face recognition Infrared camera.

Adding to the list is the updated ThinkPad X1 Yoga which is flawlessly flexible, offers true multi-mode capabilities and delivers stunning colours on the only 14-inch notebook with an OLED screen, that produces stunning colours, and 100 per cent Adobe RGB colour space.

It features Intel's Iris Graphics with dedicated high bandwidth and high speed memory that delivers superior performance over Intel HD Graphics.

X1 Yoga comes with redesigned rechargeable pen and improved "rise and fall" keyboard complete the improved experience. "Rise and Fall" feature pulls in the keys of the device when working in tablet mode, giving a flat surface feeling. Also when a user folds the laptop after turning it off, it again pulls in the keys to keep the display free from any marks and scratches.

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