Alongside showcasing the world’s first foldable laptop prototype, Lenovo also introduced two new business laptops dubbed as the ThinkBook 13s and ThinkBook 14s. The company also refreshed its ThinkPad x1 Extreme business laptop. Let’s take a look below:
ThinkBook 13s & 14s:
The ThinkBook is a brand new lineup offering the best of both worlds designed for small businesses. The ultra slim laptops feature an aluminium and magnesium chassis and offer portability. As the name suggests, the ThinkBook 13s comes with a 13.3-inch screen while the display on ThinkBook 14s measures 14-inches. Both the variants feature FHD display resolution. The laptops are also equipped with Harman speakers and Dolby audio tuning.
As for the core specifications, both the ThinkBook 13s and 14s are powered by up to 8th Gen Core i7 processor. The former is coupled with AMD Radeon 540x GPU or integrated Intel UHD 620 graphics chip. The later comes with only Radeon 540x. Both the devices pack up to 16GB DDR4 RAM and offer 512GB storage in form of SSD. The ThinkBook 13s and 14s are claimed to deliver 11 hours and 10 hours of battery life respectively on a single charge. Connectivity options on both laptops include USB-C 3.1 Gen 2, two USB-A 3.1 Gen 1, and an HDMI port.
Both the ThinkBooks run on Windows 10 and come with touch fingerprint reader for biometric security and Lenovo’s ThinkShutter camera cover for privacy control.
ThinkPad X1 Extreme:
The ThinkPad X1 Extreme sports a 15-inch 4K display resolution with touch screen functionality. It also comes with an OLED display option. The ThinkPad X1 Extreme can be configured with up to 9th Gen Core i9 processor coupled with the latest GTX 1650 Max-Q. In terms of storage, it offers up to double the storage of 4TB. The X1 Extreme is also equipped with Dolby Atmos speaker system.
Pricing & Availability:
The price of ThinkBook 13s starts at $729 (~Rs 51,333) while the 14s price has been set at $749 (~Rs 52,741). Both the laptops will be available later this month. The ThinkPad X1 Extreme carries a price tag of $1,500 (~Rs 1,05,624).