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Lenovo Introduces A New 5G ThinkPad With 28hours Runtime Battery

This new thin-and-light Windows 11 Pro laptop aims high with its slim design, robust wireless radio choices, and excellent battery life promises.

Philip Aladino



Lenovo 5G ThinkPad
Lenovo introduced the Think Pad with 5G connectivity and 28-hour battery runtime.
(by Philip Dino/SmarttechVillas).

Lenovo designed a laptop to alleviate consumer pain points about connectivity, battery life, and security, and the ThinkPad X13s is the outcome. This new thin-and-light Windows 11 Pro laptop aims high with its slim design, robust wireless radio choices, and excellent battery life promises.

Lenovo 5G ThinkPad Display

Lenovo kept the screen technology very limited. At 13.3 inches, the X13s display is typical in terms of size. It is offered in three WUXGA versions, all of which use the 16:10 aspect ratio. The first is an IPS LCD that generates 300 nits of brightness, the second is a touch-enabled LCD that likewise produces 300 nits of brightness, and the final is a low-power, low-blue light screen that sends out a more luminous 400 nits of brightness.

Opting for the Qualcomm processor helped Lenovo accomplish some of its design ambitions with the ThinkPad X13s. For example, the laptop runs cool enough without any fans. Removing fans from the design freed up interior space, which helped keep the overall package tight. The recyclable magnesium and plastic chassis measures 298.7 x 206.4 x 13.4mm and weighs 1.06kg (2.35 lbs) (2.35 lbs.) We could see the gadget in person, skinny and light. It satisfies mil-std 810H, which implies it can withstand being banged around.

Lenovo 5G ThinkPad Processor and Storage

According to Android Authority, there have been demands for supercomputers that will function as high-end smartphones from the company’s consumers. That means an always-on connection, battery life that stretches into two days, and applications that operate like a dream. Lenovo turned to Qualcomm to help make it happen.

Lenovo 5G ThinkPad
Lenovo introduces Think Pad with 5G connectivity and 28-hours battery runtime

The ThinkPad X13s is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 Mobile Compute platform, the newest from the chipmaker. With an Adreno GPU up to 32GB of LPDDR4x RAM, and 1TB of storage, the system has the chops to run Windows software on Arm with ease. Lenovo said it worked collaboratively with Microsoft, Qualcomm, and third-party app developers to guarantee the X13s would support an incredible selection of apps from launch. Moreover, the 8cx Gen 3 eliminates several performance difficulties that plagued prior 8cx devices.

Lenovo 5G ThinkPad Connectivity

The networking package is top-notch. It provides always-connected 5G/4G choices, including sub-6GHz and mmWave 5G, for the latest high-speed access. For local networking, the system ships with Wi-Fi 6 and 6E. Unfortunately, ports are pretty restricted. The X13s features only two USB-C ports, albeit at least they’re 3.2 Gen 2. The laptop also contains a 3.5mm audio connector and a Kensington lock. There are no legacy USB-A ports or additional storage.

Media functionality is excellent. In addition to two 5MP cameras, the ThinkPad X13s boasts a multi-speaker Dolby sound system and three far-field, 360-degree microphones to make your conference calls look and sound their best.

Speaking of cameras, Lenovo takes security seriously. Qualcomm’s 8cx-based artificial intelligence, the X13s, can recognize when someone peers over your shoulder and notify you about the possible shoulder surfer. Moreover, the laptop incorporates Lenovo’s ThinkShield and Microsoft’s Windows 11 Secured Core to keep things airtight and straightforward for IT to monitor.

Lenovo 5G ThinkPad Availability and Pricing

Lenovo said the ThinkPad X13s would be available beginning in May 2022 with a starting price of $1,099. Lenovo’s first 5G partner in the US will be AT&T, with Verizon to join later in the year.

Dino is a Tech Consultant. Entrepreneur, Website/Blog Developer, Graphic Designer, Blogger and Digital Marketer, he has long been freelancing for more than 6 years before starting up Smartcoretech, during this time was writing for websites like Opera News Hub, Paulworkspace, etc. He is currently reporting on tech related contents on company's such as Apple, Google, Microsoft, Xiaomi, Facebook, Twitter etc. He also writes on Phone Reviews and Movies. When he is not writing he is working as an IT Manager for a company in his Local. Feel free to contact him via any of the available channels present

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