Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 8 is a powerful convertible for creative professionals

While paper will never truly disappear in our lifetimes, today’s civilization relies heavily on digital content, from graphics to videos and even documents. These digital artifacts don’t come out of nowhere, of course, and someone (or something) has to make them. Creating these assets, especially computer graphics and digital art, is a job in itself and requires the appropriate tools for the best possible output. Normal laptops, no matter how powerful they are, are not always sufficient as they lack the form and features to support more creative work. To address this market, Lenovo will launch the new ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 8 with a solid 360-degree hinge and closed stylus to provide the power professionals need, whatever their business.

Designer: Lenovo

They say the pen is mightier than the sword, and for certain tasks it is certainly more useful than a mouse. The pen has become the tool of choice for those who need to draw or write in digital form, whether for drawing pictures or signing documents. While some laptops support this type of stylus, most have an additionally purchased stylus outside the body of the machine. By contrast, the ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 8 makes the pen a core part of its design and purpose, such that the laptop has its own silo inside so you never risk losing your pen in transit.

Of course, such a tool would be almost pointless if the laptop did not really support using it comfortably. As the name suggests, the ThinkPad X1 Yoga can fully bend backwards, turning the laptop into a tablet and anything in between. This flexibility in form allows flexibility in function, allowing the same laptop to be used for typing, drawing, viewing and even reading. Better still, the latest generation of this convertible has the power to support all the use cases and applications you need for business.

The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 8 will run on the latest 13th generation Intel Core processors at the time of this writing. The 14-inch display not only supports resolutions up to WQUXGA 4K, but can also have a touch option, turning the laptop into a true tablet when fully folded back. The laptop is also designed to support hybrid work arrangements, specifically designed with the Lenovo View feature suite that includes privacy protections and alerts when intruders are looking over your shoulder, auto-framing, background suppression, and video enhancements for stress. free video meetings.

This generation of ThinkPads also represents Lenovo’s commitment to being a responsible company and reducing its negative impact on the environment. While the ThinkPad X1 Yoga itself does not benefit from the use of recycled materials, its packaging uses 100% bamboo and sugarcane fibers, with the exception of Consumer Content plastic for some components, and its box is made of 90% plastic-free packaging. recycled or FSC certified content. The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 8 will be available from April 2023 and prices are expected to start at $1,859.

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