Lenovo celebrates its 25th anniversary with the release of its ThinkPad notebook

Oct

7

2017

Lenovo has announced an exclusive launch in the Yokohama home of ThinkPad for the launch of a special edition celebrating the 25th anniversary of the launch of technical and engineering innovation. This special version embodies classic design and includes features from the old version, such as the classic 7-inch ThinkPad keyboard Rows, custom buttons for voice and LED lamps for status indication, multicolor logo.

The design concept was introduced to customers on 25 June 2015 through social media to capture the views and views of ThinkPad fans around the world. In addition to its traditional features, the ThinkPad is a state-of-the-art laptop based on an Intel Core 7-7500U processor with a separate graphics card, the NVIDIA G440MX, 14-inch touch screen, the ThinkPad offers a very high performance compared to the original 700C.

The original ThinkPad 700C was launched on 5 October 1992 and designed by Richard Saber, and was engineered at Yamato Laboratories in Japan. The computer was the beginning of a journey inspired by the traditional Japanese Pinto box. Within a few months, he won more than 300 awards and became a symbol of presidents and executives.

Then 130 million units were sold, with ThinkPad being a symbol in the IT industry. It has helped explorers to reach remote places on Earth, supporting dozens of missions in space and contributing to the growth of countless companies. In fact, we’ve looked at the past over the years and have compiled a number of stories that ThinkPad has contributed to changing the world. So, what makes ThinkPad so special?

“ThinkPad design creates a strong correlation between shape and function,” said David Hill, Lenovo’s former chief executive officer. “It balances advanced aesthetics, carefully examines user experience, and the well-known design to deliver superior products. After 25 years of launch, The original ThinkPad 700C, the latest Carbon X1 can be identified directly from ThinkPad.

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