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This time Lenovo comes up with new ThinBook, which is slimmest yet provides security as well. Besides that, the new ThinkBook has less price as well. The company introduced the ThinkBook series, which promises business-grade features and security in a fairly sleek package. Both the ThinkBook 13Sand 14S have some enthusiastic features. It includes Skype keys, TPM 2.0 security chips, fingerprint readers and webcam privacy shutters. Though, they’re also relatively sleek with extra-thin display bezels and bodies under 0.65 inches thick.

Lenovo’s ThinkPad’s attains lot of respect, this time the company unveiled more reasonable price laptops. The new ThinkBook laptops combine the best of ThinkPad features at a price point that’s a bit more accessible.

Lenovo’s new ThinkBook

The ThinkBook laptops also got the features form ThinkPad series as well. While, talking about the specification, ThinkBook 13S and 14S both outfitted with TPM 2.0 security chips, fingerprint readers, webcam shutters, and dedicated buttons for Skype.

Besides that they can support up to Intel’s 8th Gen Core i7 processors, AMD Radeon 540X graphics, 512GB of SSD storage, and run Windows 10 Pro.  On the other hand, the $749 ThinkBook 14S base configuration starts at 8GB memory instead of the ThinkBook 13S’s 4GB, but the 14S has slightly shorter battery life.

Coming to other specs, they have speed up to 16GB of RAM, as much as 512GB of SSD storage and 1080p displays. Battery life tops out at 11 hours on the 13s and 10 hours on the 14s. Well, if user needs some graphical oomph, there’s dedicated Radeon 540X graphics for them as well.