Earlier this year, Lenovo introduced its ThinkBook lineup as a sub-brand in its business product portfolio. The first product it launched in the local market was the ThinkBook 13s, a stylish offering aimed at millennials and the Gen Z workforce. A couple of months later, the brand beefs up the lineup with the ThinkBook 14 and 15.
Both laptops offer a full HD, anti-glare display, with screens bendable up to 180 degrees to allow for easy collaboration and sharing. They also come with narrow bezels for a bigger screen real estate.
Under the hood, these ThinkBooks come with 10th-generation Intel Core processors. They also feature 2.5x faster AI performance, Wi-Fi 6 support, and powerful graphics performance. The ThinkBook 14 has an Intel Core i5 processor, while the ThinkBook 15 has an i7 chip.
Both laptops come with 8GB RAM and 512 SSDs, which make for faster loading times. In terms of graphics, the 14 carries Integrated Intel Graphics, while the 15 comes with an AMD Radeon 620.
The new laptops are pre-loaded with other functions to boost productivity. This includes an integrated fingerprint reader on the Smart Power Button, integrated Business Hot Keys and an Intel Optane Memory Module for security.
Prices for the ThinkBook 14 and 15 start at P28,990 and P57,490, respectively. Both devices will be available starting December 2019. Visit www.lenovo.com/ph/en to learn more.