Lenovo has launched three new computers into the local market tackling varied user requirements.
The new ThinkCenter A55 Small Form Factor (SFF) PC is about the size of suitcase and comes packed with Intel Core 2 Duo processors as well as Microsoft Vista.
According to the vendor, this version is about 64 per cent smaller than its traditional tower form factor and 25 per cent smaller than its conventional small desktop. Priced at $1049, the machine contains Lenovo ThinkVantage Technologies (TVT), which includes rescue and recovery and client security system that helps to reduce the cost for data recovery and password management.
Along with a new desktop, Lenovo has also unleashed the ThinkPad X60 Tablet. With enhanced performance, larger hard drive and more memory, it features a 12-inch multi-view indoor/outdoor screen, which allows users to view their work in any type of environment from a 170 degree angle. The high resolution SXGA+ screen offers a much sharper and brighter image. Equipped with a nine-hour battery life, the X60 offers 2.5-inch SATA high-speed hard drives and it also includes wireless connectivity with 802.11n technology. The X60 costs $4299 and is available at the end of the month.
Lenovo has also added the ThinkPad T60 Widescreen notebook to the mix. Following on from its predecessors, this model offers users a 15.4-inch LCD widescreen and a variety of connectivity options. The company said the notebook could fit 30 per cent more data on the screen than a standard 14-inch display in its class.
Priced at $3299, it features wireless connectivity options include 3G WWAN, WLAN card and come preloaded with Access Connections, which is a ThinkVantage technology that helps users connect to the Internet when they switch from wired to wireless connections. Embedded with Intel Core 2 Duo processors, it also contains Intel Integrated Graphics and ATI capabilities.