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    Apr152015

    What is the Lenovo ThinkPad STACK?

    Before Digital Focus I didn’t know what the Lenovo ThinkPad STACK was, but now I do. It combines four ThinkPad accessories (they can be used with pretty much any laptop) in one stacked system. An interlocking design passes power and data throughout, eliminating the need for multiple cables while creating a customized grab-and-go accessory solution. Users can interchange the configuration based on their immediate needs. The STACK contains a 2x2 watt Bluetooth speaker with noise-canceling microphone, a dual port 10,000 mAh power bank that can simultaneously charge two USB-equipped devices, mobile storage via a 1TB USB 3.0 HDD and an access point that Lenovo says provides stable and fast WiFi anywhere. Lenovo said is the first go round the the ThinkPad STACK and over time new accessories could easily be added. (How about a mini projector?) The entire STACK weighs 1.9 pounds, but you may not need to carry all 4 devices at any one time. MSRP for Lenovo ThinkPad STACK is $349 and it’s expected to be available early May, 2015. 

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