Lenovo has announced two new lines of ThinkPads ahead of CES 2018. The ThinkPad T and ThinkPad L series are both aimed at corporate users, being designed for productivity rather than recreation.
The ThinkPad T series is comprised of the T480, T480s, and T580. All of which are equipped with 8th generation Intel Core processors. They feature intergrated graphics, although some sources are also saying that there is an option to include an Nvidia GeForce MX150 as a discrete graphics card on the T580. Lenovo is claiming that the T series is capable of providing up to 27 hours of battery life, if the extended battery options are provided.
Prices for the T480 start at $989, the T480s at $1269, and the T580 at $1079. All three should be reaching the global market later this month.
Lenovo’s ThinkPad L series has a similar take on the productivity market, but appears to be aimed at a more budget minded consumer. This is despite having the L380 Yoga which, as the name implies, is capable of folding into a tablet.
The ThinkPad L380 Yoga, L380, L480, and L580 provide a range of laptops from 13-inches up to 15-inches. They offer optional multi-touch displays and docking solutions. The L series is powered by 8th Generation Intel Core processors, with the ThinkPad T580 offering the option for an accompanying AMD graphics card.
Prices for the ThinkPad L series starts at $549 for the L380 Yoga; $449 for the L380; $779 for the L480; and $769 for the L580. All are expected to reach the global market in February 2018.