There are laptops designed for work and laptops designed for entertainment, but if you’re in the market for a laptop belonging in the former category, then you should be pretty chuffed to learn that Lenovo has actually taken the wraps off a bunch of new ThinkPad laptops that have been designed for the workspace.

The laptops include Lenovo’s T-series of ThinkPad laptops, which are its mainstay laptops. These are configurable with Intel or AMD processors. They will also support Dolby Vision and will also come with a Dolby Audio Speaker System, along with other features such as Modern Standby and Wake on Voice.

However, if you want something a little different from your traditional laptop, there is also the ThinkPad X13 and X13 Yoga models. As the Yoga name implies, this is a laptop that can fold into a tablet-like device, giving you the option of using it as a traditional laptop or as a tablet. Unlike the T-series, the X-series will only be offered with Intel processors, but there are features like Dolby Audio Speakers and also a PrivacyGuard ePrivacy display.

Last but not least, we are looking at the ThinkPad L-series of laptops. Unlike the T-series which can be a bit bulky, one of the selling points of the L-series is that they have been designed to be thin and light. They will support Intel or AMD processors, along with features like WiFi 6, a fingerprint scanner and Dolby Audio.

In terms of pricing, the ThinkPad T-series will be priced starting at $849; the X-series will be priced starting at $849; and the L-series will be priced starting at $649. All models are currently expected to be available starting in Q2 2020.

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