Ahead of the CES 2017 onslaught, Lenovo has today revealed their plans for the update of their ThinkPad laptops in 2017.

With this announcement, they revealed that their new ThinkPad X270, ThinkPad Yoga 370, and ThinkPad T Ultrabook laptops will come with the latest Intel Kaby Lake processors, along with support for Windows Hello, which is a facial recognition feature in Windows 10 that uses an infrared camera and biometric matching via a fingerprint sensor to better secure your laptop.

They also revealed that the ThinkPad laptops will also finally be getting a better trackpad thanks to the inclusion of support for Microsoft’s Windows Precision touchpad.

Windows Precision is basically a set of drivers and an interface that will allow you to configure the touchpad gestures as well as smoother and more fluid tracking.

The new ThinkPad X270 will be available in a 12-inch version with the option to add a touchscreen for from $909 in March 2017, the ThinkPad Yoga 370 will ship alongside it in March 2017, featuring a Full HD 13.3-inch display for from $1,264.

The new ThinkPad T Ultrabook notebooks will be available from $909 alongside the ThinkPad L 14-inch and 15-inch laptops, which start at $779 and $909, respectively and the ThinkPad 13 which will be available for from $674.

This is all a pre-announcement ahead of CES 2017, during which we expect to see more from Lenovo.

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