Lenovo is releasing a handful of new devices for remote workers including the Lenovo Go USB-C Wireless Charging Kit. With the Lenovo Go Wireless Charging Kit, users can enjoy Power-by-Contact technology. The first of its kind, PBc technology allows wireless charging of a variety of 13-inch to 14-inch non-touch notebooks.
The wireless charger goes under your laptop just under the battery. At 3.2mm thick, the Lenovo Go wireless charger is finished with a UV-coated matte top cover with brushed nickel/silver charging tiles. It’s designed to deliver a 93% charging efficiency which is higher than other wireless chargers on the market.
It boasts a max output of 20V, 3.25A, and 65W which would safely charge USB-C non-touch notebooks and other devices.
The Lenovo Go Wireless Charging Kit will start at $139.99 and is expected to be available this October.
Alongside announcing the new ThinkPad X1 Extreme, Lenovo is also announcing the new ThinkVision M15 mobile monitor. Designed to accompany all kinds of laptops, the M15 is a light and slim monitor housing a 15.6-inch FHD IPS display and measure just 6mm thin. It weighs just 860g and comes with an integrated fold-out stand with height adjustment to make it an easily portable device.
The M15 mobile monitor is capable of 60Hz refresh rates and is supported by Lenovo ThinkColour software. It’s also fitted with TÜV Rheinland low blue light technology for protection against eye strain. Additionally, the device can be mounted using a compatible VESA 100mm fixture.
Equipped with two USB Type-C ports, one can be used for connecting your device while with a Power Pass Through function that allows both the monitor and connected device to be charged using just one charger.
The ThinkVision M15 Mobile Monitor starts at $219.00 and is expected to be available in the third quarter of this year.