Lenovo laptops for work and business – overview, prices

The best Lenovo business-class laptops: with high performance for office tasks, stylish design, 3G / 4G module, reliable, safe, with good battery life.

2021. Lenovo Introduces ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 4 Mobile Workstation

Lenovo unveils the ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 4 16-inch laptop for heavy-duty tasks. It is built on Intel Core 11th generation H series processors and comes with GeForce cards up to 3080. The laptop was equipped with an advanced cooling system and a thin case with increased durability, corresponding to military recommendations. The laptop weighs 1.81 kg and has a fairly compact size with a body thickness of 18 mm when closed. The display supports a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels and can optionally be touch-sensitive. . Lenovo has equipped its new product with a fingerprint scanner in the power button, two Thunderbolt 4 ports, a pair of USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A ports, an HDMI port and an SD slot. There is a Full HD camera with a shutter above the screen. The cost of a mobile workstation is from $ 2149.

2020 Lenovo ThinkBook 14 Gen 2 got a new processor, USB-C charging, lost a hidden USB port

Lenovo has updated its successful ThinkBook 14 14-inch small business laptop. Along with the new processors came support for Wi-Fi 6, DDR4 3200MHz and Thunderbolt 4. Prices start at $ 569 for the Intel version and from $ 549 for the AMD version. The case, screen, battery and keyboard remain the same. Moreover, Lenovo will continue to sell models not only with IPS, but also with TN-matrix, which makes the cost very attractive. Unfortunately, in the new version, the hidden USB port for the mouse receiver, which everyone liked, disappeared. But there was a second USB-C port, which became the main port for charging instead of the terrible proprietary connector in the previous version. Also, the developers managed to reduce the weight of the device from 1.5 to 1.4 kg.

2020. Lenovo will move three flagship laptops to Linux

Lenovo is experimenting with installing Fedora on its flagship laptops, originally shipping with Windows 10. The distribution is a community-developed fork of Red Hat Enterprise Linux that is being developed by Red Hat. Since 2019, Red Hat has been owned by IBM, from which Lenovo bought the PC and laptop business in 2004, and in 2014 also the server business. Unlike Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Fedora is free. Linux will receive three laptop models – the ThinkPad P1 Gen 2, released in September 2019, aimed at engineers and graphics professionals, and the ThinkPad P53 professional workstation, which received an update in July 2019. The latest in the trio will be the custom ThinkPad X1. Gen 8, which debuted in January 2020.

2019. Lenovo Introduces First ThinkBook-branded Small and Medium Business Laptops

Lenovo has introduced a new brand of notebooks – ThinkBook.  The first devices to be launched under the new brand are the Lenovo ThinkBook 13 and ThinkBook 14, featuring an aluminum case, an ultra-thin bezel display and security features such as one-step authentication and fingerprint enable.

2017. Lenovo is preparing something original for the 25th anniversary of the ThinkPad

Today, the Chinese giant Lenovo unveiled a new line of computers and services aimed at businesses and enterprises, and also showed a very intriguing teaser. A limited edition ThinkPad will arrive by this date, with the specs of a modern laptop and cool features from the past. That’s all that the press service of Lenovo reported, and for intrigue showed how the ThinkPad from the future could look like. The concept has a flexible display with more usable area than current models can offer, but still has the ability to fold the laptop in half when not in use. In the production of this masterpiece, Lenovo promises to use modern materials and display technologies. In addition, the laptop will be constantly online, which means either using ARM processors or the latest chips from Intel. ***

 

2015. Lenovo Launches Xeon E3-1500M v5 Series Mobile Workstation Series

Lenovo has unveiled two new mobile workstations: the 15.6-inch Lenovo ThinkPad P50 and its 17.3-inch sibling, the Lenovo ThinkPad P70. The top configurations of this line will delight with the presence of powerful processors of the Xeon E3-1500M v5 series, as well as high-performance NVIDIA Quadro graphics. The older model comes with a screen resolution up to 3840 × 2160 pixels. The amount of DDR4 RAM in the Lenovo ThinkPad P70 can be 64 GB, the storage system includes both SDD and HDD. Among the interfaces of the novelty you can find four USB 3.0, a pair of Thunderbolt 3, miniDisplayPort and HDMI video outputs, and an SDXC slot. The battery life is regulated by a 10-cell battery. The Lenovo ThinkPad P50 laptop may have a Fulda touchscreen, or “regular” 4K. The set of interfaces here is the same as in the previous model, the built-in 6-cell battery will provide about 11 hours of autonomy. The Lenovo ThinkPad P70 will be available to customers for $ 2,300, and the Lenovo ThinkPad P50 for $ 2,000.