Lenovo ThinkPad 25 Review

This one’s for the fans, but it’s also great for anyone who needs to be productive. The first ThinkPad shipped in October 1992, and to celebrate 25 years of innovation, Lenovo has released the ThinkPad 25. This special-edition laptop takes the ThinkPad T470, our favorite business laptop, and adds a handful of classic ThinkPad design elements, including an old-fashioned 7-row keyboard, a luxurious soft-touch palm rest and a special anniversary logo.

Available in only one configuration, the ThinkPad 25 carries an MSRP of $1,899. But considering that it comes with high-end components such as a Core i7 CPU, discrete graphics and a 512GB SSD, it’s worth every penny.


The ThinkPad 25 is a modified version of the ThinkPad T470 so it shares the same aesthetics, with a couple of classic design flourishes that are meant to remind you of classic Lenovo laptops. The first classic reference you’ll probably notice is the modified ThinkPad logo on the lid, which has the letters in “Pad” colored red, green and blue, a callback to the multicolored IBM logo that appeared on many ThinkPads before Lenovo bought the brand in 2005.

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