The 14-inch ThinkPad T470 is the productivity powerhouse you need to get work done. A world-class keyboard offers deep travel for comfortable typing while its hot-swappable battery lasts over 17 hours of endurance (with the 6-cell unit).
The laptop also has several improvements over its predecessors, including an optional PCIe SSD for speedy load times, a fast Intel 7th Gen Core series processor and a chassis that's 0.3 pounds lighter. Best of all, a Thunderbolt 3 port allows you to charge the laptop, power multiple monitors and connect to a huge ecosystem of peripherals over a single cable.
|Best Lenovo Laptops 2018|
|Lenovo ThinkPad T470||Best Overall||4 out of 5|
|Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon||Best Ultrabook||4 out of 5|
|ThinkPad 25||Best Splurge||4 out of 5|
|Lenovo IdeaPad 120S (14-inch)||Best Value||4 out of 5|
|Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga||Best Business 2-in-1||4.5 out of 5|
|Lenovo ThinkPad 13||Best Small Business Laptop||4 out of 5|
|Lenovo Yoga 920||Best 2-in-1||4.5 out of 5|
|Lenovo ThinkPad X270||Best 12-inch Laptop||4 out of 5|
|Lenovo Legion Y920||Best Gaming Laptop||4 out of 5|
|Lenovo ThinkPad P71||Best Workstation||4 out of 5|
|Lenovo ThinkPad X280||New and Notable||N/A|
|Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2018)||New and Notable||N/A|
|Lenovo Miix 630||New and Notable||N/A|
|ThinkPad L380 Yoga||New and Notable||N/A|
The 2.49-pound, 0.6-inch thick X1 Carbon doesn't make you compromise functionality or performance to get light weight. Lenovo's flagship laptop sports a brilliant 14-inch display, snappy full-size keyboard and over 12 hours of battery life. New in the 2017 model, a Thunderbolt 3 port charges the laptop and exchanges data with multiple peripherals and monitors over a single wire. Best of all, the X1 Carbon has a luxurious soft-touch finish.
A dream come true for ThinkPad fans, the ThinkPad 25 combines all the performance and functionality of a ThinkPad T470 with the retro design elements such as a rainbow-colored logo, a soft-touch deck and a 7-row classic keyboard. The classic keyboard and comfy palmrest alone are worth the price of admission.
Available in only one configuration, the ThinkPad 25 comes with such gaudy specs as a Core i7 CPU, Nvidia 940MX graphics, 16GB of RAM, a 512GB SSD, an infrared camera, a full HD touch screen and a 4G modem. With an optional 6-cell battery on board, it can last for over 13 hours on a charge.
This bendback 2-in-1 features a luxurious soft-touch finish, strong performance and over 12 hours of battery life. The ThinkPad X1 Yoga's 14-inch display is vivid every configuration, but especially with the optional OLED panel. An innovative Wave Keyboard has keys which retract when you go into tablet mode in order to prevent you from accidentally typing. The X1 Yoga's wide port selection includes dual Thunderbolt 3 connectors, Ethernet, HDMI and USB 3.0.
If you want a durable, long-lasting and lightweight laptop that doesn't break the bank, the ThinkPad 13 is a more affordable alternative to the ThinkPad T470 and X1 Carbon. For a starting price under $700, you get a lightweight, 13-inch ThinkPad with an optional 1080p touch display, SSD storage and an extremely responsive keyboard. Available in silver or black, the ThinkPad 13 weighs just 3.17 pounds, lasts over 9 hours on a charge and has a USB Type-C port for charging and connecting to peripherals and docking stations.
This 13.9-inch convertible is both beauty and the beast. A speedy, quad-core 8th Gen Core i7 CPU gives this 3-pound laptop really strong performance while its bronze-colored chassis and slim screen bezel are a joy to behold. Best of all, the Yoga 920 offers over 12 hours of battery life and a pressure-sensitive stylus for drawing.
With a 12.5-inch screen and a starting weight of 3 pounds, the ThinkPad X270 is compact enough to fit comfortably on an airline tray, but large enough for comfortable typing and document editing. The lightweight laptop features an world-class ThinkPad keyboard, a full array of ports and over 13 hours of battery life (with extended battery).
This 17-inch gaming behemoth packs plenty of power under its attractive hood, including an overclockable CPU, Nvidia GTX 1070 graphics and a blazing-fast PCIe SSD. The Legion Y920's mechanical keyboard offers good travel and fantastic feedback. The 1080p G-Sync screen offers extremely vibrant images with no ghosting or tearing.
Graphics professionals, engineers and 3D modelers will get the kind of performance they need from Lenovo's ThinkPad P71 workstation. This 17.3-inch desktop replacement is available with powerful components such as an Intel Xeon processor and Nvidia Quadro P5000 CPU. The 4K display is extremely vibrant and a built-in color calibrator keeps it accurate. Since this is a ThinkPad, you also get a best-in-class keyboard and strong build quality.
Weighing 2.5 pounds, the ThinkPad X280 offers the same low weight as the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, but for $500 less. The 12.5-inch laptop sports Intel's 8th Gen Core Series CPUs, up to 16GB of RAM and up to 1TB of SSD storage. It also offers dual Thunderbolt 3 ports, a pair of USB Type-A ports and HDMI out.
Lenovo revealed the The ThinkPad X1 Carbon at CES 2018, showing off the notebook with its optional 14-inch 2560 x 1440-pixel Dolby Vision HDR display. The laptop starts at $1,709 and features 8th Gen Intel Core CPUs, built-in LTE and a ThinkShutter webcam cover for added privacy. Even though it weighs only 2.5 pounds, Lenovo is claiming it will last up to 15 hours on a single charge.
Lenovo's latest ThinkPad Yoga is its least-pricey business convertible, and it's packing a tool you won't see in its more-expensive siblings. That's the "world-facing camera," built into the top of the keyboard deck, meant to be used when you rotate the 2-in-1 into tablet mode, and use its 13-inch display as a viewfinder. Coming later this month, the L380 is spec'd to last 12 hours on a single charge, and feature 8th Gen Core i5 and i7 CPUs.
Lenovo's our top-rated laptop brand for good reason. The company offers an extensive product lineup with some of the best notebooks you can get from any manufacturer. Lenovo makes laptops for just about every type of user, from children in school to gamers and business executives.
We've listed our favorite current Lenovo laptops above, but if you're doing research, it helps to know the difference between the company's major product lines.
For more help picking the right model, check out our Which ThinkPad is Right for You article.