Lenovo’s new ThinkBook line offers ThinkPad-level features at a lower price point

Lenovo ThinkPads are some of the best laptops you can buy, but they're also some of the company's most expensive devices, with an average ThinkPad starting at over $ 1,000. Although the company has launched more affordable options, it is now introducing a completely new line of ThinkBook laptops that combines the best ThinkPad features at a slightly more affordable price.

The ThinkBook line starts at $ 729 and is aimed at Small businesses that want enterprise-level security in a consumer-friendly organization. The collection is launched with the ThinkBook 13S and 14S, both equipped with TPM 2.0 security chips, fingerprint readers, webcam shutters and dedicated buttons for Skype. Both can support up to Intel Core 8 i Gen processors, AMD Radeon 540X graphics, 512 GB of SSD storage and run Windows 10 Pro. The basic configuration of the $ 749 ThinkBook 14S starts with an 8GB memory instead of the 4GB memory. ThinkBook 13S, but the 14S has a slightly shorter battery life. The size of your screen is 13 inches and 14 inches, respectively, as you may have guessed by their names.


Both laptops are expected to be delivered by the end of this month, but if he is willing to spend more dollars, the company has also done so. updated its ThinkPad X1 Extreme with support for up to 9 Gen Core i9 processors, Nvidia GTX 1650 Max-Q graphics and an optional 4K OLED display. The second generation of the X1 Extreme is expected to be available in July, starting at $ 1,499.