That list includes ports, connectivity features and the use of small and mediocre quality speakers to make them all fit in.
In short, folks who go for smaller notebooks or tablets are bound to end up getting these added features separately which accounts for additional cost and of course more stuff to carry.
That is not the case for the new modular solution from Lenovo, the ThinkPad Stacks, a smart portable solution for folks who look for added features that their mobile device/s do not immediately have.
The stackable solution serves as an ideal solution for the on-the-go folks consumer. Among the modulars in the mix include the following:
• 1 Terrabyte Hard Disk Drive (USB 3.0)
• Bluetooth 4.0 2×2 Watt Speakers Digital Signal Processors
• Ethernet/USB Modem Input/ 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac WiFi Wireless Access Point
• STACK Power Bank (10,000 mAh)
With regards to the weight and physical dimensions, it weighs (with all four stacked) about 861 g or 1.9 lbs. Its dimensions when all four are stacked is 136 mm x 76 mm(5.3 x 2.9 inches)
Each comes in a simple modular form, stacks that can be place on top of one another (through the aid of magnets or an interlocking pin design) or set up separately depending on which among them a user would be needed.
The modular pieces account for bringing the only things needed the most, eliminating the worries of bulkiness or carrying a ton-load of accessories like what most have today.
With the Lenovo ThinkPad Stacks, you don’t have to worry ever again about needed accessories wherever you may go. It is a flexible and reasonable peripheral solution which should keep things orderly, not to mention something easy to pack and go.
One of the essential things that we loved about the Lenovo Stacks is how versatile they can be. For instance, the magnets on them are strong enough to stick on fridge doors.
Pack ‘em up, stick ‘em up, or stack ‘em up — all up to you.