CES 2020: Lenovo Yoga 5G claims to be the first 5G laptop PC
Lenovo has displayed the world’s first “5G” laptop at CES 2020 in Las Vegas, NV. The Chinese company says the Lenovo Yoga 5G is the first PC to be able to connect to (pre-IMT 2020 standard) 5G mmWave networks. However, neither the spectrum used nor the “5G” networks supported were disclosed. The Yoga 5G also supports Bluetooth 5.0 wireless connectivity, but (astonishingly) WiFi is not listed in the data sheet.
The Lenovo Yoga 5G will go on sale in the first quarter of 2020, starting at $1,499 (around £1,200, AU$2,100), and in North America will be known as the Lenovo Flex 5G.
The Lenovo Yoga 5G was previously known as Project Limitless before its official name was unveiled yesterday at CES 2000. As with other Yoga laptops, this is an ultra-portable 2-in-1 device, with a screen that can be folded backwards to turn it into a tablet.
The Lenovo Yoga 5G is also the first laptop to run on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx platform, which includes built-in support for 5G connections, allowing the Yoga 5G to connect via a service provider and access super-fast mobile internet. According to Lenovo, this will allow the user to download large files easily, with download speeds of around 4Gb/s. The company says its 5G laptop is “up to 10 times faster than 4G through a 5G service provider when on the move and reliable WiFi access at home.” That’s quite impressive!
Lenovo said in a press release “5G technology will change entire industries as we know them, disrupting some while helping to launch others.”
- Requires 5G network service and separately purchased cellular data plan that may vary by location. Additional terms, conditions and/or charges apply. Connection speeds will vary due to location, environment, network conditions and other factors.
- “5G” Download speeds vary by region and service provider, e.g. Verizon in U.S. offers up to 4Gbs/second. Network strength also varies by 5G service provider.
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Dell’s Latitude 9510, announced at CES, will have 5G connectivity. Starting at US $1,799.00, the device will be made available globally on 26 March.
The 5G-ready design complements its Wi-Fi 6 capabilities, with antennas built into the edges of the speaker, in order to maintain Dell’s InfinityEdge display. In addition, Latitude 9510 also supports e-sim technology for even more connectivity.
5G laptop from Lenovo? 5G may gain credibility with the Lenovo brand name associated with this advanced cellular technology. Good one. Being a laptop repair service firm, we are happy and wish to know the latest features from Lenovo.
Here’s the latest on this product from Lenovo:
For the first time ever, you’ll be able to enjoy 5G connectivity on a PC*. With the help of an integrated Snapdragon® X55 modem, the Lenovo Flex 5G enables lightning-fast download speeds of up to 2GB per second, with 70% faster connection than 4G. Take full advantage of cloud computing to collaborate and create content with multiple people in real-time. Video edit with split processing between your PC and the cloud on a live video chat. Enjoy high-end mobile gaming with low latency and more. Connect, share, and stream anywhere.
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