Lenovo unveils new laptops with Windows 10 Signature Edition

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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It’s still going to be a while before we see all the cool unveiling at CES 2017, but Lenovo is wasting no time and offers us a glimpse of what’s to come in the near future regarding its ThinkPad laptop line. There are several changes being made to the ThinkPad line, including the addition of Optane 3D into the mix.

However, the most noteworthy unveiling is the fact that Lenovo’s future laptops will come packing some serious heat on the software side. If you’re thinking about getting one of these laptops, you’ll also get Microsoft’s Windows 10 Signature Edition. Yes, the operating system will come included with all ThinkPads and will boost the market value of these devices by quite a bit.

With Windows 10 straight out of the box and other features like Windows Hello and Windows Precision TouchPad, you can expect Lenovo to make quite a wave on the laptop market come 2017. Let’s take a look at the new laptops that Lenovo is planning on bringing out.

Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 370

  • Display – 13.3 inch, 1080p
  • RAM – 16 GB
  • SSD – 1 TB
  • USB – type C
  • GPU – Intel HD Graphics 620
  • Price – $1264

Lenovo ThinkPad T470

  • Display – 14 inch, 1080p
  • RAM – 32 GB
  • USB – type C
  • GPU – GeForce 940MX 2 GB
  • Price – $914

Lenovo ThinkPad T470s

  • Display – 14 inch, 1080p
  • RAM – 24 GB
  • USB – type C
  • Price – $1100

Lenovo ThinkPad 470p

  • RAM – 32 GB
  • USB – type C
  • GPU – GeForce 940MX 2GB
  • Price – $1050

Lenovo ThinkPad 13

  • Display – 13 inch, 1080p
  • RAM – 32 GB
  • SSD – 512 GB
  • USB – type C
  • Price – $674

Lenovo ThinkPad L470

  • Display – 14 inch, 1080p
  • RAM – 32 GB
  • SSD – 1 TB
  • USB – 3.0
  • Price – $780

Lenovo ThinkPad X270

  • Display – 12 inch, 1080p
  • RAM – 16 GB
  • SSD – 512 GB ( or 1 TB HDD)
  • USB – type C
  • Price – $910

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