Lenovo and NEC jointly release new notebooks with handheld form

On January 8th, NEC Japan’s Lenovo (a joint venture between Lenovo and Japan’s NEC) launched a small notebook computer-Lavie Mini yesterday. This device is required to have a variety of forms.

It is reported that the Lenovo NEC Lavie Mini handheld is equipped with an 11-generation Core ultra-low-voltage processor-i7-1180G7 processor, equipped with LPDDR4X dual-channel memory, using Xe core graphics, and equipped with 256GB SSD.

Lenovo NEC Lavie Mini handheld is equipped with an 8-inch screen, 1920*1200p resolution, supports touch and stylus, has two USB-C, two USB-A ports and an HDMI port.

In terms of design usage, Lenovo NEC Lavie Mini handhelds are available in notebook mode, handheld mode, and TV mode.

Neither Lenovo nor NEC announced whether this product will become a standard commercial product.