Lenovo intros ThinkPad L Series notebooks

The new ThinkPad L Series from Lenovo is designed for business, government and education customers, and as Lenovo says they “are the greenest on the market”.

The new 14-inch ThinkPad L412 and 15-inch  L512 notebooks meet eight different military specification tests for high and low temperatures, vibration, altitude, dust, have EPEAT Gold rating,  and meet Energy Star 5.0. Both has 16:9 HD antiglare displays, inside the chassis you have option for Intel Core i3 and i5 processors, Intel integrated or ATI Mobility Radeon graphics, several HDD options, Gigabit Ethernet, WiFi, Bluetooth, 3G/4G wireless connectivity options, and up to 8 hours battery life. The laptops will be available from mid-May and  with prices starting from $649.

Lenovo ThinkPad L Series

“Today more than ever before, customers are looking to get more out of their PC technology,” said Dilip Bhatia, executive director, ThinkPad Product Marketing, Lenovo. “We designed the new L Series to give users the most important features for being productive like cutting-edge processing performance, long battery life and a VoIP-optimized design without sacrificing the reliability and durability ThinkPad is known for.”

Lenovo ThinkPad L Series

Lenovo ThinkPad L Series

Source: Press Release














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