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    Lenovo launches its ThinkBook 14+ and 16+ Alder Lake power laptops

    Lenovo has officially introduced the ThinkBook 14+ and ThinkBook 16+ notebooks, following the announcement that preorders will begin this month.

    The laptops, which are powered by Intel i5-12500H and i7-12700H processors, are designed for portability and are hence small and light. On some of the models, the 12th Gen Intel processors are paired with the NVIDIA RTX 2050 GPU.

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    The configuration along with the pricing of the notebooks has been given below (via IT Home):

    ThinkBook 14+

    • i5-12500H: the starting price of 4,999 Yuan (around $785)
    • i7-12700H: the starting price of 6,099 Yuan (around $958)
    • i5-12500H + RTX 2050: starting price of 6,299 Yuan (around $990)
    • i7-12700H + RTX 2050: starting price of 6,999 Yuan (around $1099)

    ThinkBook 16+

    • i5-12500H: starting price of 4,999 Yuan (around $785)
    • i5-12500H + RTX 2050: starting price of 6,299 Yuan (around $990)
    • i7-12700H + RTX 2050: starting price of 6,999 Yuan (around $1099)

    The ThinkBook 14+ has a 14-inch 16:10 screen with 2.8K resolution, 90Hz refresh rate, and 100% sRGB colour gamut. It has an all-metal body that is 15.9mm in thickness. Thunderbolt 4, full-featured USB-C, HDMI 2.1, RJ45 network port, microSD card reader and other interfaces are included.

    ThinkBook
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    The ThinkBook 16+ has a 16-inch 16:10 screen with a 2.5K resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, and 100% sRGB colour gamut. It has an all-metal body with a thickness of 16.5mm once again. Thunderbolt 4, full-featured USB-C, HDMI 2.1, RJ45 network port, SD card reader, and other interfaces are included.

    The i5-12500H used in this series of notebooks has four large cores and eight small cores, while the i7-12700H has six large cores and eight small cores. LPDDR5 memory and a regular 512GB PCIe 4.0 SSD help with this. The Lenovo ThinkBook 14+ and ThinkBook 16+ thin and light notebooks will go on sale in China on March 28th, with a global release expected soon after.

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