April 24, 2019
Lenovo creates a wide range of laptops, from cheap 11-inch models with low-powered processors to powerful gaming laptops that light up like Vegas.
There’s also a range of Lenovo Chromebooks to consider, for those who want a break from Windows.
Which Lenovo laptop is right for you? We take a look at the whole line-up to help you decide.
- Business focused
- Some models have fingerprint sensors
- Excellent design quality
- Not best placed for everyday consumers
- Good range of specs and prices
- Some models have excellent 15 hour battery life
- 900 series are highly desirable slim Ultrabooks
- Cheaper models like the 130S won't impress demanding users
- Screens can rotate almost 360 degrees
- Some models have facial recognition features
- Range starts at just $540
- Fold back screen is novel, but heavier and bigger than a traditional iPad
- High-end specs
- Dedicated graphics card
- Gaming style design
- Generally bulky
- Entry-level price
- Great battery life
- Not a suitable Windows substitute for everyone
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