Lenovo has announced that it would update two of its most important teams, the ThinkPad X13 and the ThinkPad X13 Yoga. Both have a 13.3-inch screen, are ultralight models, and differ in that the second is a convertible with a 360-degree touch screen.
Don't worry, these two laptops will upgrade to Intel Raptor Lake Gen13 processors, which include Iris Xe GPUs, and have optional vPro technology.
Lenovo has also confirmed that they will release versions with the latest AMD Ryzen 7000 APUs, which are built on the Zen 4 architecture and have Radeon integrated graphics. They can be configured with up to 32 GB of LPDDR5 memory, an SSD with up to 2 TB of storage, and optional 4G.
Both phones will have a resolution of 2,800py, a complete guarantee in terms of image quality. Windows 11 is expected to be the operating system that will be pre-installed in both cases. At the top they will have a 5 MP front camera with infrared compatible with Windows Hello.
Both teams will utilize recycled materials in their packaging and chassis, which will be made of a magnesium aluminum alloy, which results in superior build quality and a premium finish. Part of the key and other materials will also be recycled.
In their base configurations, the new Lenovo ThinkPad X13 and ThinkPad X13 Yoga will be available on the market in July this year.