Today, Lenovo announced a refresh of its ThinkBook lineup, along with some new products. They're getting Intel's new 11th-generation 'Tiger Lake' processors, and that means that they come with Iris Xe Graphics, Thunderbolt 4, faster memory, and more.
One of the products being revved today is the ThinkBook 13s Gen 2. It now has a 13.3-inch 16:10 screen, so it's a bit taller.
The ThinkBook 14s Yoga is brand-new, as it's the first convertible with ThinkBook branding. It has the aluminum chassis that we're used to seeing, and it even comes with a limited edition Abyss Blue color for the "right mix of flair and elegance". It also has a pen garage, a feature that originally debuted on the ThinkPad X1 Yoga, so while the company is trying new things with ThinkBook, it's not afraid to bring over what works.
Speaking of trying new things, that brings us to the ThinkBook 15, and if you thought a pen garage was cool, wait until you see the headphone drawer. Yes, this laptop actually comes with a little pop-out drawer that stores a pair of truly wireless earbuds, and of course, they stay charged while they're stored. This also solves the problem of having to pair your existing earbuds with different devices, such as your phone and your PC.
Most of these PCs have both Intel and AMD variants. The ThinkBook 15 is coming in October, starting at $569 for the Intel model and $549 for the AMD model. The ThinkBook 13s is coming in October, starting at $829 for the Intel model and $729 for the AMD model. Finally, the ThinkBook 14s Yoga only comes with Intel processors, and it's coming in November, starting at $879.