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Lenovo’s launched new Thinkpad X1 Extreme with more power and aesthetic design

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Lenovo Thinkpad has been the product to go, for the users who are seeking a powerful and sturdy compact workplace. With the new version of the Thinkpad, it has been packed with a big boost towards its performance while reducing the thickness making it sleeker in design.

Thinkpad has come up with a new 16 inches 16:10 aspect ratio, however, Lenovo has not changed much with the overall external design. The new laptop has reduced its thickness from 18.4 mm to 17.7mm while maintaining the weight to four pounds equivalent to 1.81 kg.

Internally, Lenovo has redesigned its cooling system as they have installed a new system of heat pipes and vapor chambers. Like its preceding version, it is spill resistance and mil-spec durability of which Thinkpad is known for.

The major change over the Thinkpad is, the new version came packed with an 11th-gen Intel Core i9 H-series CPU.  It is also equipped with dual SSD slots and the new version came Graphics options of Nvidia RTX 3080 GPU with 16GB of VRAM. The new series has claimed to last from 10 to 11 hours on a charge which comes along with a 90 Whr battery. 

Apart from this, there are a bunch of minor improvements. It has introduced a new full HD webcam including a physical webcam shutter. New larger touchpad and display options included support for 4K with Dobly Vision HDR which comes with screen brightness capable unto 600 nits. Two USB port C with Thunderbolt, two USB port A, SD card reader, and a full-sized HDMI port are equipped with the laptop.

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