Lenovo is also focusing a lot on the enterprise segment; the manufacturer has now announced the launch of two new products for the business segment. Named as ThinkPad Helix 2 and ThinkCentre Tiny-in-one 23 are designed to give a better computing experience to the professionals. The company unveiled both the products in 2014 IFA Consumer Electronics Unlimited show held in Berlin.
Speaking about the products, Rahul Agarwal, Executive Director, Commercial Business Segment, Lenovo India said, “Lenovo’s strong relationship with enterprise customers has been built on the back of cutting-edge technology, unmatched performance and the ability to always stay ahead of the curve. As the move to mobility changes the enterprise landscape, the demand for multimode devices is swelling and we’re excited to add Helix 2 and TIO 23 to our portfolio. Both products come in innovative form factors and reiterate our commitment to design aesthetics and performance that redefine the concept of enterprise computing in India.”
The Lenovo ThinkPad Helix 2 is a 2-in-1 business ultrabook and comes with some powerful hardware and software specifications. The device is powered by an Intel Core M processor which delivers better performance than the previous generation ones. The device also consists of Windows 8.1 Pro and a suite of add-on security options, including biometric fingerprint reader, military-grade smart card reader and a three factor authentication. The 2-in-1 also comes pre-loaded with software offerings like Lenovo Settings, Lenovo Companion 2.0, Lenovo Reach and Lenovo SHAREit. The company has priced this new ThikPad for Rs 78,000 and it will available in the market from mid-January.
The ThinkCentre Tiny-in-One 23 is designed to give flexibility to “mix and match” a 23-inch AIO experience with all current ThinkCentre Tiny PCs. The company has introduced this product keeping in mind the needs of IT managers. It is powered by a detachable ThinkCentre Tiny PC that seamlessly locks into the back of the monitor within seconds through a simple tool-less setup process. Moreover, it also provides improved physical security for the Tiny PC with an advanced locking mechanism that secures Tiny and the TIO’s optional ODD module inside the system when a Kensington cable lock is attached. The ThinkCentre will be available in the market from mid-January for Rs 20,000 onwards.