Lenovo has announced the launch of ThinkPad Helix 2 and ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One 23, aiming to transform the enterprise computing experience in India.
ThinkPad Helix 2 is a convertible Ultrabook that can be used as a laptop as well as a tablet, while the ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One 23 is a business AIO with a 23-inch FHD display.
The ThinkPad Helix 2 will be selling at an approximately Rs. 78,000, whereas the ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One Rs 20,000.
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ThinkPad Helix 2 features:
# The ThinkPad Helix weighs 2.98 pounds and measures only 0.38 inches, 15 percent thinner than its predecessor.
# The Ultrabook packs the new Intel Core M processor, providing better performance than the previous generation.
# ThinkPad Helix has a sleek and premium finish. It is made from an aluminium grip-friendly finish.
# The ThinkPad Helix also features power efficiency and battery life, compared to its predecessor. The ThinkPad Helix retains the five modes users rely on to stay productive – Tablet, Stand, Tent, Laptop, and Desktop.
# The detachable ThinkPad Helix allows users to work comfortably typing on its ThinkPad keyboard.
# The ThinkPad Helix includes Windows 8.1 Pro and a suite of add-on security options, including biometric fingerprint reader, military-grade smart card reader and three factor authentication.
# The 2-in-1 also comes pre-loaded with software offerings like Lenovo Settings, Lenovo Companion 2.0, Lenovo Reach and Lenovo SHAREit.
ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One features:
# The TIO delivers a business AIO experience with a 23-inch FHD display, front-access USB 3.0 audio ports, an optional ODD and an ergonomic stand that allows for tilt and height adjustment.
# The TIO 23 is powered by a detachable ThinkCentre Tiny PC that locks into the back of the monitor within seconds through a simple tool-less setup process.
# Being VESA compatible, users also have the flexibility to deploy the system on a variety of VESA-compatible mounts, stands, and brackets.
# TIO offers enhanced physical security for the Tiny PC with an locking mechanism that secures Tiny and the TIO’s optional ODD module inside the system when a Kensington cable lock is attached.