Lenovo’s new generation of education industry laptops are Windows or Chromebook systems powered by AMD or Intel processors. The new laptops provide durability with distinctive designs and are mounted on an ergonomic stand.
All models meet the independent MIL-SPEC 801H standard. In addition, Lenovo’s own stringent education specifications call for reinforced ports and hinges, with rubber bumpers to protect from accidental drops. Spill resistance has been improved by nearly ten percent and Corning Gorilla Glass offers better screen protection
The new designs also include features such as: USB Type-C port allows flexible docking for easy connection of external devices and supports quick charging by providing up to 80 percent battery in an hour, new HDMI port enables connection of a second display to extend the learning workspace, Optional Intel Wi-Fi 6 helps network performance and stability3 while 4G-LTE4 is optional on select models for multi-location learning capabilities, End-user privacy is enhanced with the addition of a physical webcam shutter.
The Gen 2 14-inch Lenovo 14w and 14e are powered by AMD processors optimised for Chromebooks. The models are differentiated by their colour with the Windows-based 14w coming in storm black, while the 14e Chromebook is available in a storm gray aluminum design.
The 3rd generation Lenovo 100 clamshell laptop and the300 and 500 convertible models can be identified by their designation with “e” signifying Chromebook and “w” meaning Windows. The 11.6-inch models are also distinctive in their appearance. Lenovo 100e, 300e and 500e Gen 3 feature an attractive grey finish with speckled design and white dots on grey bumpers. The 100w, 300w and 500w Gen 3 offer a similar design approach but feature a blue finish to clearly distinguish between versions.
The Lenovo 500e and 500w are powered by the new Intel Celeron N5100 and Intel Pentium N6000 processors respectively. The Lenovo 100e and 300e are powered by AMD’s latest processors for Chromebooks, with their Windows counterparts powered by AMD 3015e processors.
Monitors and Accessories Enrichen Learning Ecosystem
The new ThinkVision T24t offers touch capability with up to 2,880 sensors on its 23.8-inch display helping students easily interact with education content. Furthermore, the T24t provides a one-cable solution to easily connect compatible Windows, Chromebook and Android devices via USB Type-C for docking and powering the device up to 75W.
ThinkVision T24t offers an extended tilt range for better ergonomic position, while Natural Low Blue Light eyecare technology certified with Eyesafe and TÜV Rheinland Eye Comfort certification reduce harmful blue light wavelengths allowing extended periods without the worry of eye fatigue without compromising amazing color performance.
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