ThinkBook laptops: There are different types of laptops for different purposes. Gaming laptops are designed for gamers on the go. There are also laptops designed for students that are affordable and cheap, and then there are laptops designed for business professionals. Work while doing the steps.
There are a number of new ThinkBook laptops that Lenovo introduced recently aimed at business users if you are in the enterprise camp. Included in this lineup is the ThinkBook 13x Gen 2 and ThinkBook 14 Gen 4+. As their names suggest, their main differences are their display sizes.
Intel’s new 12th Generation Core processors will be used in all three laptop models. The machines will all run Windows 11 and support up to 32GB of LPDDR5 RAM, as well as up to 2TB of Gen 4 PCIe SSD storage. They differ mainly in their graphics capabilities.
In the ThinkBook 14 and ThinkBook 16, Intel’s integrated graphics will be available as an option, or customers will be able to upgrade to an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2050 for an additional charge. Each laptop will also include an IR camera with a built-in shutter for privacy, as well as an embedded fingerprint reader.
A battery is another difference between the ThinkBook 13X and its competitors, with the ThinkBook 13X having a 56Whr battery and the 14-inch and 16-inch models having 62Whr and 71Whr batteries, respectively. All three ThinkBook models will be available in April, with the 13X starting at $1,099, the 14 at $839, and the 16 at $859.