Lenovo ThinkPad X13 Gen 2 introduced with 16:10 screen, Wi-Fi 6e and optional 5G support

Lenovo has announced a newly refreshed Lenovo ThinkPad X13 Gen 2 that the company still offers in two options – Intel and AMD chipsets, upgraded to the latest processors from both companies.

The first major update is in the form of a display. It now comes with a higher 16:10 image ratio, which is said to be more suitable for working with productivity. The company still offers several 13.3-inch options in WUXGA and WQXGA resolutions.

To differentiate between the different models, the company decided to name laptops running on Intel’s ThinkPad X13 Gen 2 i chipsets, which will be powered by the latest Intel Core i7 chips with vPro support.

On the other hand, the models on AMD will come with the latest AMD Ryzen 5000 chips. This model removes the Thunderbolt 4 port, and the user only has USB-C. The company has yet to reveal the full specifications of this model.

The Intel-powered model has two USB-A ports, two Thunderbolt 4 ports, a full-size HDMI port and an analog audio port. For connectivity, the device offers options ranging from Wi-Fi to Wi-Fi 6E, as well as an LTE 4G and 5G modem.

It also comes with a 1080p webcam option, along with support for Windows Hello biometric support. The company offers two battery options – 54.7Wh or 41Wh.

Lenovo ThinkPad X13 Gen 2 and (Intel model) will be available from next month at a price of 1,299 US dollars, while the AMD model will be available from May this year, and its price starts at 1,139 US dollars.