Lenovo Releases Powerful New ThinkPads, a Curved ThinkVision P34w Monitor, and a Handy Thunderbolt Dock to Blast Your Productivity!

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Lenovo Releases Powerful New ThinkPads, a Curved ThinkVision P34w Monitor, and a Handy Thunderbolt Dock to Blast Your Productivity! Listen to this article

The world is slowly going back to some form of normal, but whether you’re working from home or back in the office, you’re probably looking to upgrade your tech. Lenovo has your back, with a slew of new updates for their powerful ThinkPads and a new 34″ ThinkVision P34w monitor with a curved display!

Lenovo ThinkPad P1 Gen 4

Lenovo ThinkPad P1 Gen 4

This is the 4th generation of the Lenovo ThinkPad P1, but they’re not content to just tweak the existing iterations. Instead, Lenovo has made all sorts of tweaks and adjustments to take an already powerful computer to a new level, with 5G for on-the-go work, a 1080 FHD camera so your Zoom calls will be extra glamorous, a bigger touchpad, and a new fingerprint sensor.

In addition, there’s Dolby Vision, a 16″ QHD+/UHD+ display with Low Blue Light, and of course, the kind of power that comes from an Intel 11th Gen Core or Xeon processor, up to 6TB of SSD storage, and up to 64Gb of RAM.

This compact but powerful package starts at $2,099 this July.

Lenovo ThinkPad P15 and P17 Gen 2

Lenovo ThinkPad P15 and P17 Gen 2

A laptop is more than just a convenient and portable tool; it can be as powerful as a desktop but will still fit in your backpack. The Lenovo ThinkPad P15/P17 Gen 2 is exactly that type of computer, sporting a 15″ or 17″ screen, Intel 11th Gen Core or Xeon processor, up to a whopping 6TB of SSD storage, up to 128GB of RAM, and top-firing Dolby Atmos speakers so when you fall down a YouTube rabbit hole it will look and sound AMAZING.

When you’re done watching 20 hours of Nintendo gaming walkthroughs, the P17 offers Ultra Performance Mode, so you can tweak it and push it even farther when you need every drop of power.

Look for the chance to blow the doors off your work on the go starting at $1,749 for the P15 and $1,779 for the P17 in July 2021.

Lenovo ThinkVision P34w Monitor

Lenovo ThinkVision P34w Monitor

It’s safe to say after a year of working from home, everyone has a new appreciation for the benefits of a good monitor. It’s one thing to work hunched over a laptop for a few days, but nothing beats a big, beautiful monitor with all the bells and whistles.

The Lenovo ThinkVision P34w Monitor has a gorgeously curved 34″ display with a WQHD 3440 x 1440 resolution and Natural Low Blue Light technology, so everything is sharp but won’t fatigue your eyes! There’s even an eKVM function, so you can use one monitor for two different devices or even split your view to see one feed on each half of the monitor.

Best of all, the monitor uses USB-C for power AND can be used as a hub, so you can plug everything into your monitor and keep your clutter to a minimum.

All this power and convenience starts at $899 this fall.

Lenovo ThinkPad Universal Thunderbolt 4 Dock

Lenovo ThinkPad Universal Thunderbolt 4 Dock

All those cables, computers, and peripherals have to get plugged in somewhere. The Lenovo Thunderbolt 4 Dock can support up to four [email protected] monitors or one [email protected] display, plus provide up to 100w of charging power.

Basically, you run one cable to charge up this dock. It will handle everything else you might need to run your setup, whether it’s at your desk at work, your dining room table, or anywhere else you’ve set up shop (though if you’re in a coffee shop, we do politely suggest you buy coffee every hour if you’ve got enough tech to warrant a thunderbolt dock on the go!)

And at only 8.66″x3.55″x1.18″, it’s very compact and will keep your desk neat and clean.

Desktop organization starts at $419 this fall.

Via Lenovo

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