To be honest, Lenovo has over-saturated the business segment with so many models that it’s hard to keep up with them. The good news is that there’s a model for everyone but we are still puzzled by the existence of the L-series. The one we got is the ThinkPad L570 and offers pretty much all the features an upper mid-range to higher-end business notebook would offer but it’s a little bit too clunky for a 2017 device in our opinion. In any case, the laptop surprises with extraordinary battery life, comfortable working experience overall and plenty of I/O, although USB-C is nowhere to be found. In short, it’s a remake of a 2010-ish notebook.
On top of the usual Intel Core i7-7500U CPU, integrated graphics, 8GB of DDR4-2400 RAM and 256GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD, the laptop comes with a Full HD IPS panel if you opt for the more expensive variant but we are disappointed to see an HD TN panel as a default at this starting price. And as it seems, there are regions that are stuck with only an FHD TN panel so we strongly recommend that you look closely to what you are buying – not all models come with Full HD IPS.
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