ThinkPad X13s with Snapdragon 8cx Gen3 is now on sale![1.06kg lightweight body]

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Lenovo has released the first ThinkPad with Snapdragon, the ThinkPad X13s.

It is a Windows 11 machine equipped with Snapdragon 8cx Gen3, and although it weighs 1.06 kg, the battery runs for a long time of 31.2 hours based on JEITA 2.0 standard.

Currently, Lenovo official storeIt is on sale for 158,499 yen including tax on this page.

The specifications are Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 (ARM Cortex-X1 x4 and A78 x4 quad core), Windows 11 Pro 64bit, 8GB to 32GB LPDDR4 RAM, 256GB to 1TB SSD, 13.3 inch (1920 x 1200) display, nominal drive. 49.5Wh battery for over 30 hours.

The size is about 298.7 x 206.4 x 18.13.4 mm, and the weight is about 1.06 kg.

It is equipped with a 5MP webcam and dual audio speakers that support Dolby Audio. Communication is compatible with Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.2, 5G Sub 6 and millimeter wave WWAN.

There are two USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-C ports and an earphone jack. Compatible models also have a nano SIM card slot.

Since it is a ThinkPad, the keyboard, touchpad, and trackpoint are familiar designs ↓

The design of the ThinkPad is familiar, except that the upper webcam part is a characteristic part.

Snapdragon’s strengths are demonstrated in its light weight and battery life, but how fast can it be processed?

According to Qualcomm, CPU performance is improved by 85% and GPU performance is improved by 60% compared to Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2.

With the advent of ARM-equipped machines on ThinkPad following Apple Silicon, ARM Windows machines may finally emerge as a realistic option.

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