Lenovo ThinkPad 13 Runs Both Windows 10 and Chrome OS

By: Ivan Jenic
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CES 2016 will begin in just a couple of days, but some companies have already presented their innovations for the beginning of the year. Among other manufacturers, Lenovo also has its own piece of hardware for this year’s CES. The company just unveiled its new ThinkPad 13, as well as ThinkPad X1 Tablet, and some other new gadgets.

Lenovo ThinkPad 13 is one extraordinary device, as it can be powered by both Windows 10 and Chrome OS, which makes this laptop one of the most interesting laptops of this year’s CES.

The laptop is business-oriented, and it will be the first ThinkPad device to support Chrome for Work (or as Lenovo modified it, Chrome for Business). So you can guess, this laptop, running Chrome for Work, is mainly aimed to enterprises, as it features some business-related features, like IT policies, and cloud management.

When it comes to specs, Lenovo ThinkPad 13 will feature an USB Type-C, SSD storage, and up to 16GB of RAM for version of the laptop that is powered by Windows 10, and up to 8GB for version powered by Chrome OS. The laptop also contains a “Mil-Spec durability.”

“With the option of Windows or Chrome operating systems, the new ThinkPad 13 offers real flexibility making it also ideal for some business professionals. With multiple input/output options including a USB type C port, the ThinkPad 13 does not skimp on features. It also includes SSD storage and up to 16GB memory on the Windows model. It is the first ThinkPad to support Chrome for Business. Oh and did I mention Mil-Spec durability.”

The Windows 10 version of ThinkPad 13 will arrive sometime around April, and it will be available at the cost of $449. While the Chrome OS version is expected to arrive in June, and it should be available for $399.

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