Ahead of CES 2016, Lenovo has introduced an ultra slim 11mm frame desktop, which could be touted as the world’s thinnest desktops. The ThinkCentre X1 AIO will be available starting March from $1029, respectively.
The ThinkCentre X1 AIO is said to be designed to withstand dust buildup, and has been also been reportedly tested for eight hours in a dust chamber which replicates ten years in an office environment. The design also helps eliminate dust build up which is a common cause of hardware failure in desktop PCs. On the specification front, the device features a 23.8-inch IPS FHD display along with a 1920 X 1080 anti-glare resolution.
The 7.5mm ultra-slim ThinkVision X1 is also said to be the world’s first monitor to receive theTUV Eye-Comfort certification. Featuring a 27-inch UltraHD edge-to-edge anti-glare display, the ThinkVision X1 includes connectivity options such as a USB type C port as well.
“Lenovo’s customer-centric engineering focus enables us to design and build products where end-user needs come first. The new X1 family demonstrates our relentless pursuit of innovation that elevates the products above the norm.” said Johnson Jia, senior vice president, Personal Computing Group, Lenovo. “Optimizing our products with unique features and for greater performance, better cloud access and class-leading security and durability will help customers use technology as their secret weapon.”