There are laptops that are designed for a variety of uses. For example you have gaming laptops aimed at gamers on the go, then you also have laptops that are designed for students where they are cheap and affordable, then you also have laptops that are aimed more towards enterprise users who need to do work while on the move.

If you fall into the enterprise camp, then you might be interested to learn that Lenovo has recently announced a bunch of new ThinkBook laptops aimed at business users. These laptops include the ThinkBook 13x Gen 2, the ThinkBook 14 Gen 4+, and the ThinkBook 16 Gen 4+. As their names imply, the main differences here are their display sizes.

As for the hardware, all three laptop models will be utilizing Intel’s new 12th Gen Core processors for laptops. They will all run on Windows 11 and will support as much as 32GB of LPDDR5 RAM, and up to 2TB of Gen 4 PCIe SSD storage. The main difference would be the graphics.

With the ThinkBook 13X Gen 2, it will only be offered with Intel’s Iris X Graphics, while the ThinkBook 14 and ThinkBook 16 will offer either integrated graphics from Intel, or customers can choose to pay to upgrade to the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2050. All three laptops will also come with an FHD+IR camera with a built-in shutter for privacy, and will also have a fingerprint reader built into the power button.

Other differences also include the battery, with the ThinkBook 13X featuring a 56Whr battery, while the 14-inch and 16-inch models will have 62Whr and 71Whr batteries respectively. The ThinkBook 13X will be priced starting at $1,099; the ThinkBook 14 at $839; and the ThinkBook 16 at $859, and all are expected to be available this April.

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