On the evening of September 23, Lenovo Group held a new laptop Xiaoxin Pro 13 launch conference in Beijing ’s global headquarters. This is also Lenovo ’s first notebook that has passed the low-light certification of TUV Rheinland (hereinafter referred to as “TUV Rhein”). Computers, in low blue light mode, the proportion of harmful blue light will drop by 55%. Liu Xiqiang, Deputy General Manager of TUV Rheinland Greater China Electronic and Electrical Product Services, and Wei Zhihao, Key Account Manager, presented Xiaoxin Pro 13 at the press conference.
Pro 13 is the fifth anniversary of the launch of a new series of Lenovo consumer notebook "Xiaoxin". The night mode of this product can effectively filter the screen's harmful blue light, alleviate visual fatigue and reduce eye damage caused by using the computer for a long time. In addition, the Pro 13 also uses DC dimming technology to reduce screen flicker and reduce eye irritation. Pass TUV Rheinland Low Blue Light certification and DC dimming dual eye protection to protect the eyesight of consumers to the greatest extent.
Some high-energy visible blue light in the display can inhibit human body's melatonin secretion and affect sleep quality. Long-term accumulation may cause damage to retinal cells, resulting in decreased vision or even loss of vision. In response to the potential blue light hazards of electronic display products, TUV Rheinland introduced the world's first low blue light detection certification in 2014 to promote display companies to improve blue light management solutions and protect consumer health. Obtaining TUV Rheinland's low blue light certification mark indicates that the product has reached an optimal balance between display performance and user health. The picture will not be distorted by yellowish colors, and it will not hurt the eyes due to the excessive release of high-energy blue light Department of Health.
Lenovo Xiaoxin Pro 13 new laptop receives TUV Rheinland Low Blu-ray certification
At present, TUV Rheinland Low Blu-ray certification has become one of the basic standards for measuring product safety and performance in the display industry. So far, it has issued nearly a thousand low-blue certificates, covering Dell, HP, Asus, Lenovo, BenQ, Samsung, Hisense, Huawei, OPPO and other mainstream brands involve computers, TVs, mobile phones, VR, car displays, entertainment displays and other related products. This time, TUV Rheinland issued a low blue light certification to Lenovo Xiaoxin Pro 13, which is an affirmation of Lenovo's quality, and also TUV Rheinland's cooperation with industry leaders once again to provide consumers with healthy, safe and high-quality products.
As the world's leading inspection, testing and certification agency, TUV Rheinland has been committed to providing safe and sustainable solutions to the challenges of human, environmental and technological interactions for the past 147 years. Provide technical support to promote the quality and safety level of the entire industry.
Group photo of Lenovo Xiaoxin product team and TUV Rheinland representative