Lenovo is probably its company in the top market share in the world of business and enterprise computers, although this is not due to its own brand name - but to the well-known ThinkPad name, which it "inherited" a little over a decade ago as part of a purchase deal with a company IBM.
Not all consumers can and want to afford to buy the ThinkPad models that tend to maintain high prices, so it seems that next step of Lenovo There will be a combination of its capabilities to offer computers at a particularly competitive cost to the experience it has gained in creating machines that appeal to academics and business people - with Mobile Which will be named V730, and will be the premiere of a whole new series.
The basic technical specifications of the new model sound the same as the specifications of many standard home models, with a 13.3-inch screen with a resolution of 1,920 × 1,080 pixels, a Core i5-8250U quad-core chip or a Core i7-8550U quad-core chip, memory DDR4 Up to a gigabyte 16, drive SSD In the standard NVMe With 128 gigabytes to gigabyte 512 and built-in 45 watts.
The computer offers a very compact weight and thickness of 1.18 and 16 millimeters, respectively, and includes a coupling assembly USB 3.0, USB Type-C 3.0 one, wired Ethernet connection, SD card reader and connection HDMI One full size.
What gives away the business nature of the mobile is a solid black and solid design that looks just like an average ThinkPad, only without the famous red logo or control point, a built-in fingerprint scanner and system Windows 10 Professional Edition with additional control capabilities.
We still do not know how much the V730 will cost, but it seems that the laptop is very close to the stage where it will be officially disclosed along with availability dates and cost details that will help us decide whether this is another Lenovo Or in an attempt to have a hard time gaining momentum in a field where there is a very clear preference for names as familiar and old as possible. Watch for updates soon.