Lenovo has announced three new products: two ThinkCentre ultra-small form factor Nano desktops and a new ThinkVision mobile monitor.
The ThinkCentre M75n is a 350ml, 505 grams desktop that is described as the smallest in the ThinkCentre line. The device has an AMD Ryzen PRO processor – either 3300U or 3500U - and SSD storage inside, and has a feature called Modern Standby that allows for email reception, Voice over IP calls, and instant messages while it is in standby mode. Ports-wise, is has USB 3.2 (Gen 2), USB-C (USB 3.2, Gen 2), USB 2.0, and DisplayPort connectivity, as well as a headphone/mic combo jack.
The ThinkCentre M75n, on the other hand, is described as an “intelligent edge computing device” that is powered by an AMD Athlon Silver 3050e. It supports Edge computing and can serve as a dedicated ThinClient. The device also supports a variety of OS options and has built-in driver support for older OS versions. “As integral devices within Lenovo’s SmartEdge solutions framework, the Nano IoT desktops can process and interpret data from multiple sources (sensors, inverters, sirens, displays, cameras, and more) efficiently,” says the press release.
Finally, the ThinkVision M14t is a 14-inch Full HD touch-enable display that weighs 698 grams. It has 300 nits of brightness and TÜV Rheinland Low Blue Light technology. It also has 10-point touch functionality and supports 4096 pressure level active pens. Two USB Type-C ports and an L-shaped dongle are included.
The ThinkCentre M75n’s price starts at RM2,399 while the ThinkCentre M75n IoT starts at RM2,199. The ThinkVision M14t starts at RM1,399.