Lenovo ThinkPad 25 Specs Leaked
The most recent ThinkPad that Lenovo conveyed to CES back in January had a remarkably sleeker, more current appearance than the line’s customary square shaped dark look. In any case, it kept two or three highlights, similar to the red TrackPoint stub and 45-degree ThinkPad logo, that have moved toward becoming trademarks of the dearest mark since it appeared under IBM back in October 1992. Yet, WinFuture reports that a break uncovered Lenovo is discharging a 25th-commemoration retro form that copies the look of the primary ThinkPad tablets that achieved buyers.
Lenovo’s ThinkPad 25 gives off an impression of being founded on the current T470 display with a 14-inch (1920 x 1080) IPS display, and it includes a TrackPoint, ThinkVantage blue Button, and the vivid ThinkPad logo. Inside there’s purportedly an Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM, 512GB of SSD Storage, a Nvidia GeForce 940MX graphics chip, and even LTE support. While this resembles an old ThinkPad, it has the greater part of the advanced ports you’d anticipate. There’s a USB-C port (Thunderbolt 3, three customary USB ports, an SD card, HDMI port, an Ethernet network.
As far as ports, there’s USB-C access and also a Thunderbolt 3 port and three conventional USB openings. Much the same as Lenovo’s T-470 there’s additional availability in the method for an SD card, HDMI out and an Ethernet port.
There’s no word yet on precisely when the ThinkPad 25 will join Lenovo’s lineup, yet as The Verge calls attention to, the commemoration of the first’s dispatch is in October. It has been a significant year for retro tech, with the SNES Classic and Nokia 3310 among the features.