Deal | Lenovo ThinkBook 14 for students and home users down to just $499 USD this week to be its cheapest ever
Part business laptop and part consumer laptop, the Lenovo ThinkBook 14 is a hybrid between an IdeaPad and a ThinkPad designed for prosumers and casual business users alike. The series is relatively new as Lenovo only introduced it a little over a year ago. Now, the ThinkBook 14 can be had for under $500 USD down from its original launch price of $760 USD.
When compared to other laptop in the $500 range, this particular Lenovo deal stands out because of its cleaner and classier aluminum look. Lenovo specifically designed its ThinkBook laptops to be more visually appealing than the typical plastic HP Pavilion or Dell Vostro/Inspiron laptops. If you plan on carrying your laptop around with you between classes and meetings, then the ThinkBook 14 will help you look a bit more professional without breaking the bank.
Internally, users will be getting a 10th gen Core i5-10210U CPU with 8 GB of RAM, 256 GB PCIe NVMe SSD, backlit keyboard, and a 1080p IPS display. The best part is that users can upgrade both RAM and storage to give the system longer legs unlike some Lenovo Yoga models. Drawbacks, however, include average display quality and a bottom panel that can be difficult to open up.
See our full review on the ThinkBook 14 to learn more about the system.
- 14-inch 1080p IPS matte display, 250 nits
- Intel 10th gen Core i5-10210U CPU
- 8 GB 2666 MHz RAM (upgradeable)
- 256 GB PCIe M.2 SSD (upgradeable with secondary 2.5-inch SATA III support)
- Card reader, 2x USB-C (1x DisplayPort and Power Delivery), 2x USB-A, HDMI 1.4b
- 45 Wh battery
- 17.9 x 326 x 230 mm
- 1.57 kg