If you’re a small business starting out or if you’re just looking for a laptop for your employees to take with them when they’re out, but you don’t want to spend too much money, Lenovo has you covered. The company has recently taken the wraps off their new ThinkBook 14 and ThinkBook 15 laptops that are essentially cheaper versions of its ThinkBook series of computers.


In terms of specs and features, starting with the ThinkBook 14, this is a laptop that will come with a 14-inch display. It will also sport a Full HD resolution, and will be powered by either Intel’s 10th Gen Core processors (configurable up to an i7), or AMD’s Radeon 620 processor. It will also come with 4GB of RAM, and up to 1TB of SSD storage or 2TB of HDD storage. It also claims 12 hours of battery life.

As for the ThinkBook 15, this laptop will be slightly larger with a 15-inch display, but it seems that it will be retaining its Full HD resolution. Just like the ThinkBook 14, the ThinkBook 15 can be configured to use Intel’s 10th Gen Core processors up to i7, or AMD’s Radeon 625. There will be 4GB of RAM, and also up to 1TB of SSD storage or 2TB of HDD storage, along with 12 hours of battery life.

As you can tell, these laptops are pretty basic but functional. Like we said, if you need a laptop that’s cheap and gets the job done, these could be worth checking out. The Lenovo ThinkBook 14 will be priced at $649 while the Lenovo ThinkBook 15 will retail for $679, both of which will be going on sale this November.

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