Lenovo announced many updates to its ThinkPad series. We are upgrading the lightweight ThinkPad X13 and the convertible X13 Yoga, as well as the high-end T series, the budget-limited L series and P series mobile workstations.
The biggest news is that all these models have been upgraded. Each series includes models equipped with AMD Ryzen 5000 mobile processors and Intel’s 11th generation vPro chips. They will also get connectivity upgrades, including some options for Wi-Fi 6E on Intel systems and Wi-Fi 6 on AMD systems. Some models also support 5G.
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Updated T series (including Intel’s T14 i, T14 i and T15 and AMD’s T14s and T14), L series (including AMD’s L14 and L15 and Intel’s L14 i and L15 i), and P series (including P14, P14) i and P15) also include new chips. These models also have new security options, including on-chip matching fingerprint readers; certain Intel systems, including T14 i and X13 i, have human presence detection sensors.
Prices and availability are a bit confusing, please be patient. It seems that most Intel models will be available in March, while AMD models will be available in May. X13 Yoga is an exception, it will be launched in April. T series start at US$1,159 (applicable to T14), L series start at US$689 (applicable to both models), and P series start at US$1,3169 (applicable to P14). The X13 starts at US$1,139 (for AMD models), and the X13 Yoga starts at US$1,379.