Lenovo has spoken a new generation of Windows 10 laptops that help students and educators transition between classroom and remote learning, supported by a wide range of software and services. [caption id="attachment_175489" align="aligncenter" width="1024"]Lenovo 14w Lenovo 14w[/caption] Powered by AMD processors, the Gen 2 14-inch Windows-based Lenovo 14w comes in storm black. It's packed with the latest AMD 3015e processors and offers wangle to Microsoft Learning Tools — designed for students of all month and skills — through Windows for Education. [caption id="attachment_175490" align="aligncenter" width="1024"]Lenovo 300w Lenovo 300w[/caption] The 3rd generation Lenovo 100w clamshell palmtop and the 300w and 500w convertible models show off undecorous finishes, with the 500w powered by Intel Pentium N6000 processors. These new laptops have been built to withstand the rigours of remote learning. Devices need to be increasingly mobile than overly and are at greater risk of drops, spills and knocks. All models meet the self-sustaining MIL-SPEC 801H standard, boosted by Lenovo’s own stringent education specifications that undeniability for reinforced ports and hinges, with rubber bumpers to protect from willy-nilly drops. Spill resistance has been improved by nearly 10%, while Corning Gorilla Glass promises largest screen protection. The new designs moreover include features to enable increasingly productive and inclusive learning:
  • USB Type-C port provides flexible docking for easy connection of external devices and supports quick charging by providing up to 80% shower in an hour
  • New HDMI port enables connection of a second exhibit to proffer the learning workspace
  • Optional Intel Wi-Fi 6 helps network performance and stability. 4G-LTE is optional on select models for multi-location learning capabilities
  • A physical webcam shutter enhances privacy
Adding a touch enabled ThinkVision T24t mounted on an ergonomic stand can moreover enhance collaborative learning spaces. The 23.8-inch exhibit provides a one-cable solution to hands connect uniform Windows devices via USB Type-C for docking and powering the device up to 75W. Natural Low Undecorous Light eyecare technology certified with Eyesafe and TÜV Rheinland Eye Comfort certification reduces harmful undecorous light wavelengths, permitting extended periods of use without eye fatigue or compromising verisimilitude performance. Lenovo has expanded its portfolio to include collaboration solutions, optional services and software to request to the broader needs of remote learning:
  • Lenovo Hybrid Classroom solutions bring smarter collaboration to the classroom, helping teachers create increasingly immersive and flexible learning environments that can support students in multiple locations.
  • The easy to setup, deploy and manage offerings include options to integrate Microsoft Teams.
  • Zero touch deployment enables system provisioning seamlessly and securely, while moreover providing levels of customization.
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