Lenovo today introduced its latest set of business laptops, and they're firmly aimed at hitting a price target that won't break the bank. The new laptops, dubbed the ThinkPad L390 and ThinkPad L390 Yoga, come packing Intel's latest 8th Gen processors, military-grade durability, and plenty of security features that should hold up in a business setting.
Both laptops include a similar set of features, with the main difference being the Yoga's ability to rotate the display 360 degrees, going from laptop mode to tablet, and everything in between. The Yoga also features a world-facing camera, which will come in handy for when field workers need to snap a quick image while on the go. The Yoga also includes a dedicated dock for an Active Pen.
Otherwise, both come with a selection of Intel's 8th Gen Core processors, 13.3-inch FHD displays. Lenovo's ThinkShield security features are also on board, including dTPM 2.-, a fingerprint reader, and a dedicated IR camera for Windows Hello support on the L390 Yoga.
Rounding things out are Lenovo Services, which range from deployment services to transition assistance.
The ThinkPad L-series is meant to sit below the ThinkPad T and X series, and the L390s have prices to match. Both are expected to be available in black and silver finishers later in December, with prices starting from $660 for the ThinkPad L390 and from $890 for the ThinkPad L390 Yoga.
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