Recently, Lenovo brought to the market the latest offering for SMBs, and the new product happened to be the ThinkBook Plus. Lenovo claimed that it was the world’s first dual-screen notebook with an e-Ink display.
Lenovo, especially Lenovo India, came out with a range of products that will satiate the needs in the IT sector for a post-pandemic life, and as such a host of other services and solutions were also offered by the company.
Amidst the introduction of a host of new notebooks, Lenovo also introduced two new notebooks, the Xiaoxin Air 14 2021 and Air 15 2021. As per the details listed, both the notebooks are equipped with Intel’s 11th generation Core and MX 450 standalone.
The poster, launched by Lenovo, lists a number of spec details. Lenovo revealed that the two notebooks are equipped with an anti-glare screen and the display is encased in a narrow bezel structure.
The display offers a 100% sRGB color gamut, supports DC dimming. Moreover, the upper bezel comes equipped with an overhead camera. The company also stated that the notebook features a physical privacy panel. From the appearance of the Lenovo Xiaoxin Air 14 2021 and Air 15 2021, it looks like both the notebooks will be the updated configuration of the 2020 model. So not much has changed in terms of its outer design.
Under the hood, both the notebooks are equipped with the 11th gen Core, up to 4 cores and 8 threads. The main frequency is up to 3GHz, the turbo frequency is 4.8 GHz, and the Xe core display can reach the MX 350 level. In terms of graphics cards, MX 450 is optional for both the notebooks. Lenovo has not mentioned the launch date for either of the two notebooks, but Lenovo is supposed to launch the Air 15 Ryzen version on September 23.