For many business users and corporate IT departments, nothing but a Lenovo ThinkPad laptop will do. Whether it’s their strong build quality, industry-leading keyboards, hyper accurate pointing sticks, or simple black aesthetic, the ThinkPad line has a number of mainstays that Lenovo fans won’t do without.
Editor’s Note: Lenovo announced refreshes of almost all of its ThinkPads in early January 2017. Updated models with 7th Generation Core Series CPUs and new features such as Thunderbolt 3 ports and optional PCIe SSDs will be rolling out sometime in February or March. If you can wait several weeks to buy one of the new models, we recommend doing so.
Even if you’ve already got your heart and your budget committed to a ThinkPad, you’ve got a lot of choices. Lenovo currently sells over 20 ThinkPad models across 9 different lines. The laptops all have the same basic aesthetic, but vary greatly when it comes to size, price, screen quality, performance and battery life. Some even have snappier keyboards than others. So which ThinkPad is right for you? The answer depends on your priorities.
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