Lenovo has unveiled the ThinkCentre X1, calling it "one of the world's thinnest desktops". The new all-in-one PC runs Windows 10 and features "an ultra-thin 11mm frame", along with a CNC-milled aluminum chassis, which it says is "up to five times stronger than plastic".
It has a 23.8-inch display with "innovative anti-glare technology", along with the latest sixth-generation Intel Core i-series processors.
The ThinkCentre X1 is designed as a business-class PC, and a couple of features may well find favor among business buyers. The webcam is Skype for Business-certified, and incorporates dual-array microphones with noise-cancelling technology built-in. There's also a manual camera lock to prevent the webcam from being remotely activated.
Lenovo also says that the device has been extensively "tested in extreme dust and dirt environments that simulate 10 years of office dust", which it points out is "a common cause of hardware failure with desktop PCs".
The ThinkCentre X1 will go on sale in March, with prices starting from $1,029.
Lenovo also unveiled a range of new X1-series ultra-portable devices today.