Lenovo ThinkBook 14 and 15 combine useful features, dependable design, and good price for the get-things-done-anywhere workforce
If Lenovo ThinkPads are work laptops for big business and the enterprise, then Lenovo ThinkBooks are for small and medium businesses and entrepreneurs. The new Lenovo ThinkBooks 14 and 15 fit this niche – both devices are stylish (in contrast to ThinkPad’s serious squarish looks) and powerful enough for the millennials and Gen Z workforce who value the look and materials of the devices they use for work.
Both ThinkBook 14 and 15 have in-demand features such as collaboration tools (so you can work anywhere), durability (so you can handle work on the go), enhanced connectivity (because work is almost always an online affair these days), AI-technology, and enterprise-level support (for your peach of mind).
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Both ThinkBook 14 and 15 have
- full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution anti-glare IPS panels with narrow bezels (screen-to-body ratio of 80% and up) and bendable screen (up to 180 degrees). Anti-glare means you can see the display’s contents due to reduced glare from strong light sources, such as daylight and overhead indoor lights. The ThinkBook 14 has a 14-inch display, while the ThinkBook 15 has a 15.6 inch one.
- 10th-generation Intel Core processors, which boast 2.5x faster AI performance, 3x faster connectivity due to Wi-Fi 6 support, and has up to 2x the graphics performance compared to the 8th Gen Intel Core processors.
- 8GB DDR4 memory and 512GB M.2 solid-state drives, for faster loading times.
- a sleek mineral gray finish made of aluminum (for a conservative work look).
- enough durability to withstand the rigors of everyday business use and other conditions such as water spills and extreme high or low temperatures.
- pre-loaded features including an integrated fingerprint reader on the Smart Power Button (so you can log in or boot up instantly), designated Business Hot Keys (for making or dropping Skyle calls), an Intel Optane Memory Module (which allows for faster access to frequently used apps; and the Trusted Platform Module, which enables Windows 10 security features and encrypts user data).
- coverage under Lenovo’s comprehensive support portfolio which includes services such as Think Service & Support that provides automatic access to business-grade expertise; Accidental Damage Protection (ADP) support that covers damages not usually part of standard warranties such as minor spills, drops, or damages to the screen; and Onsite Next Business Day Support, a support service exclusive to Think devices wherein technical support and expertise will be provided within the next business day on premises.
Internal Specs Differences
The ThinkBook 14 has an Intel Core i5-10210U processor and an Integrated Intel UHD Graphics. Meanwhile, the ThinkBook 15 comes with an Intel Core i7-10510U processor and an AMD Radeon 620 graphics card.
Price and Availability
The ThinkBook 14 starts at PHP 48,990, while the ThinkBook 15 at PHP 57,490. Both devices will be available in December 2019. For details, visit www.lenovo.com/ph/en or reach out to Lenovo PH on Facebook at www.facebook.com/lenovophilippines/.Liked this post? Follow SwirlingOverCoffee on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram.