Lenovo announced the latest ThinkPad X1, IdeaPad 5, Tab M9 and Tab M9 laptops ahead of CES 2023.

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Lenovo can be counted on to introduce at least a few out-of-the-box devices at CES. But before the annual tech show kicks off on Jan. 5 in Las Vegas, the company has unveiled some newer updates to its business and consumer computers and peripherals.

On the business side, Lenovo will update its ThinkPad X1 Carbon laptop, X1 Yoga 2-in-1 laptop and sub-2.2-pound X1 Nano with “the latest generation of Intel Core i7 processors with Intel vPro.” The X1 Carbon and X1 Yoga will also support 64GB of LPDDR5 RAM. They will also have improvements in presence and privacy detection, body posture and eye health alerts, webcam improvements such as automatic framing and background blurring, and OLED displays with settings designed to reduce power consumption.

There’s been a lot of sustainability messaging coming from PC makers this year, including Lenovo. The ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 11 has a palm rest made from 90% recycled magnesium and a bottom cover made from 55% recycled aluminum, while the X1 Nano Gen 3 has a 90% recycled magnesium hybrid in the palm and bottom cover. The retail packaging is made from 100% bamboo and sugarcane fiber.

The new X1 models are expected to go on sale in April with prices starting at $1,649, roughly £1,360 or AU$2,480.

Lenovo also introduced new business monitors, including the ThinkVision P49w-30, a 49-inch ultrawide display expected in June that starts at $1,699. There are also a number of new desk accessories on the way, the most interesting of which is the Lenovo Go Desk Station with webcam.

Lenovo Go Desk Station with webcam on orange background

Lenovo Go Desk Station with webcam.


The Go Desk Station looks like a desk lamp but is much more and potentially a great solution for those with limited desk space. The light is mounted on a rotating arm, and on the opposite side of the light is an arm that has a 4K webcam attached to it. The design allows you to easily illuminate your workplace or face while using the webcam. Light brightness and color temperature can also be adjusted.

The lamp base has a built-in USB-C hub with a 135W power input that can transfer 65W of power to the laptop. There is also an HDMI 2.0 output for connecting to a monitor. There’s even a retractable shelf in the base with a 15W Qi wireless charging pad. It is expected to be released in March for $329.

Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 5i laptop looking at keyboard on purple background.


For consumers, Lenovo announced updates for its IdeaPad Pro 5/5i and Slim 5/5i laptop series. Both models are available in 14- and 16-inch sizes, however only the 16-inch versions will be available in the US. Like the ThinkPads, these will have the latest Intel Core processors or AMD Ryzen processors, and the Pro models will have the option of Nvidia’s next-gen discrete graphics. Other updates include improved displays including OLED options and a dynamic refresh rate of up to 120Hz. Full HD webcams; and larger touchpads

The 16-inch IdeaPad Pro 5i is expected to launch in May for $1,500. The 16-inch IdeaPad Slim 5/5i is also expected in May for $650 for AMD models and $750 for Intel.

Lenovo also introduced a new mini desktop PC, a 12-inch Chromebook 2-in-1, and the Tab M9, a 9-inch HD tablet running Android 12, in the second quarter for $140. You can read about more All Lenovo announcements at CES 2023 On your news site

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