Lenovo announces world’s first laptop powered by the premium Snapdragon8cx Gen 3 compute platform

Today Lenovo announced the world’s first laptop powered by the premium Snapdragon8cx Gen 3 compute platform, running up to Windows 11– the all-new ThinkPad X13s. Lenovo ThinkPad X13s is developed in collaboration with Qualcomm Technologies and Microsoft. The ultra-slim, ultra-light fan-less design delivers the next level of silent always-on, always-connected PC experiences in addition to incredible multi-day battery life rated up to 28 hours, AI accelerated experiences, enhanced 5G connectivity options including mmWave, and application support through the Microsoft App Assure program for seamless productivity, security, and collaboration.

Built with 90% certified recycled magnesium in the top and bottom covers, 97% PCC plastic in the battery Printed Circuit Board (PCB) cover and battery frame, and with recyclable carton and bumpers in the packaging, ThinkPad X13s is designed to consume less energy. Manufactured using Lenovo’s low temperature solder method that can reduce carbon emissions by up to 35%, ThinkPad X13s comes with a low power 13.3-inch 16:10 display configurations, with touch or Eyesafe low blue light options. The reduced need for AC power can help reduce energy consumption.

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ThinkPad X13s integrates a communications bar with a 5-megapixel camera with AI-based auto framing plus Infrared (IR) camera option and standard triple-array microphones providing intelligent noise suppression during conference calls. Wi-Fi 6E6 provides a more stable high-speed connection and when unavailable, or a public hotspot is not secure enough, the device can switch to 5G mmWave or sub6 Wireless WAN for lightning fast, highly secure, on-the-go connectivity. capabilities create immersive video conferencing experiences that help users stay productive and engaged. In the U.S., the ThinkPad X13s will be available on AT&T, and on Verizon later in 2022.

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