ThinkPad T560

As well as announcing the new ThinkPad X1, Lenovo has also carried out some work on the company's ThinkPad line of products at CES 2016. We're looking at a refreshed collection of Windows PCs that will offer various advancements like a thinner build and USB Type-C ports. There's also a sweet-looking borderless IPS display and projector too.

Kicking things off are the new ThinkPad T460 and T560 ($909 and $969 respectively), both which deliver impressive battery life of up to 14 hours and there are the usual screen, storage and memory configurations available. If you'd prefer something a little more mobile, the 14-inch T460s comes in at just 18.8mm thin and weigh under 3 pounds for $1059. Then there's the insane T460p, which sports a WQHD IPS display, discrete graphics, up to 32GB of RAM and is powered by the latest H series of Intel processors.

All the new T-series laptops listed above will be available for purchase in February.

Other ThinkPad models have enjoyed similar makeovers, including the 12-inch ThinkPad X260. An optional battery is available that can bump up battery time to a staggering 21 hours, and should see anyone through the day. The new ThinkPad 13 is the media hub package with a USB Type-C port, Intel Core i5 processor, up to 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD. Pricing starts at just $449 .

But Lenovo had more to offer than mere laptop refreshes, say hello to the ThinkPad Stack Mobile Projector.

ThinkPad Projector

This handy piece of kit will enable you to take a projector on the road and enjoy a 150 lumens, 720p experience, all powered by a battery that should last a good 2 hours. The device can connect to a PC or external storage to extract media, and there is flexibility to match the projector with other ThinkPad Stacks. The Mobile Projector by Lenovo will be available in April for $399.99.


Lastly, there's the ThinkVision X24 Pro display. This screen has an integrated Intel 3D RealSense camera for Windows Hello, as well as multiple ports and even USB Type-C. This monitor has a handful of accessories available, like the wireless charging stand for mobile phones. The 23.8-inch borderless IPS display will be available in May for $399.

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