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Lenovo's latest ThinkPads feature Intel's Turbo Boost Technology 2.0, which increases processor speed automatically when handling heavy workloads, such as video editing, data analysis, and 3D applications, while also reducing power to non-essential hardware. Lenovo has added technology that keeps processor temperatures down, enabling the chip to run longer at higher speeds.

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