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October 2, 2020

Lenovo expands ThinkBook portfolio for smaller and medium businesses and introduces lightest ThinkPad ever

Lenovo has expanded its ThinkBook portfolio with a new generation of laptops powered by Intel or AMD, built for a work-from-anywhere world. They have a dual-tone top cover and ultra-narrow display bezels built for immersive viewing experiences.

ThinkBook 13 Gen 2 i open and flat at 180 degrees
ThinkBook 13 Gen 2 i

Co-engineered with Intel, the ThinkBook 13 Gen 2 i with optional WQXGA display has been tested, tuned and verified to meet the requirements of the Intel Evo platform across hardware specifications and key experience targets for device responsiveness, instant wake, battery life and fast charge [1]. You’ll find virtual meetings enhanced with microphones that can switch between three different audio modes: private, shared and environmental sound. It is expected to be available starting at $829 in October.

Lenovo ThinkBook 15 Gen 2 i shown with wireless earbuds in their port on the right side below the keyboard
Lenovo ThinkBook 15 Gen 2 i

The ThinkBook 15 Gen 2 i delivers speed and productivity with 11th Gen Intel Core processors with Intel Iris Xe graphics, Thunderbolt 4, long battery life and flexible storage options. It’s also available with optional integrated wireless earbuds that can be stored within the laptop. These earbuds charge automatically when stored and instantly connect to the laptop audio when taken out, and are equipped with dual mics and environmental noise cancellation. Muting or unmuting yourself during calls is as easy as a double tap on the earbuds. This laptop is expected to be available starting at $569 in October.

Lenovo ThinkBook 14s Yoga i in tent mode with pen marking up document on screen
Lenovo ThinkBook 14s Yoga i

The ThinkBook 14s Yoga i is the first 2-in-1 ThinkBook, with the power of 11th Gen Intel Core processors. When logged into Windows 10, Windows Ink shortcuts are ready the moment you pick up the Smart Pen, which syncs with your device. Pull out the Pen in modern standby mode and the note-taking app opens automatically. It is expected to be available starting at $879 in November.

Lenovo also debuted a new ThinkVision T27hv-20 USB-C Hub monitor. The 27-inch display features a 1080p IR/RGB webcam, noise cancelling microphones and integrated speakers that help users conference with confidence. Smart Guard blurs the screen the moment you look or move away or when it detects someone peeking over your shoulder. Smart Energy will turn off the screen when it senses that you have moved away from your desk, saving power and protecting data. It is expected to start at $549 in December.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Nano open with its internal parts surrounding it
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Nano

Lenovo also unveiled the latest addition to its premium X1 portfolio, the ThinkPad X1 Nano. The lightest ThinkPad ever [2] at just 1.99 pounds, it breaks new ground for performance and functionality in a featherweight package. This is Lenovo’s first ThinkPad based on Intel Evo platform [3] and powered by 11th Gen Intel Core processors. It can deliver faster content creation, more than 20% faster office productivity [4] and faster gaming plus streaming in real-world workflows.

The X1 Nano is the first ThinkPad to feature an updated suite of AI and biometric ThinkShield security features. It is expected to be available in fourth quarter 2020, starting at $1,399.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold open in the hands of a woman reading on a chair
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold

Five years in the making, the ThinkPad X1 Fold is available to order. Blending familiar functionality from smartphones, tablets and laptops into a single foldable PC device, it is a good option to adapt to a variety of work environments. ThinkPad X1 Fold with Windows 10 is available to order now with prices starting at $2,499.

For more information on these and other products, go to Lenovo.

[1] Source: Intel. As measured by industry benchmark and Representative Usage Guides testing and unique features of 11th Gen Intel Core i7 processors that power designs, which are co-engineered as part of Intel’s comprehensive laptop innovation program Project Athena then tested, measured, and verified against a premium specification and key experience indicators to ensure unparalleled user experiences. For more complete information about performance and benchmark results, visit

[2] Based on Lenovo internal research of all ThinkPad models manufactured worldwide by either IBM or Lenovo since 1992.

[3] X1 Nano is a part of Intel’s Project Athena innovation program, and is expected to be the first ThinkPad based on the Intel Evo platform and powered by 11th Gen Intel Core processor.

[4] Source: Intel. As measured by Productivity: Microsoft Office 365 workflow. For more complete information about performance and benchmark results, visit