on select home laptops through April 23.
With epic gaming features.
The ThinkPad T440s offers beauty and brawn in one business-powered package.
on select home tablets through April 23.
Built for business, yet ready for play, the new ThinkPad Yoga offers the best of both worlds.
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on select home PCs through April 23.
Get great deals on our powerful ThinkCentre desktop systems every day.
More power, in less space, the ThinkCentre M73 Tiny delivers uncompromising performance.
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Touchpad and mouse with Windows 8 gesture controls.
on select ThinkPad carrying cases!
A more convenient way to purchase software for your PC!
Morph from notebook to tablet with just a twist. Our X Series tablets are convertible, so you get a traditional laptop at the office and an in-the-trenches, in-your-arms companion when you hit the road. Just fold back the screen to convert.
Take the highly mobile X Series Tablet anywhere work requires. It’s lightweight, starting at just 3.57 pounds and has up to 18 hours of battery life for all-day computing.
The tablet's nifty digitizer pen helps you jot notes and sketch diagrams directly on the screen. Treat it like a pencil — just flip the pen to erase your (occasional) mistakes. Thanks to palm-rejection technology, yourhand won't interfere with the precision of your writing.
Is it critical for you to smoothly interact with applications and enter data one-handed? Our optional multi-touch function with enhanced finger-touch sensitivity will helpyou see to that.
“Its new-generation panel and handy Lenovo SimpleTap utility make an already excellent tablet even better.computer-shopper
Its new-generation panel and handy Lenovo SimpleTap utility make an already excellent tablet even better.
Lenovo's SimpleTap 2.0 makes it easy to access keyboard functions even while in tablet mode.
The first ThinkPad was a tablet. Lenovo's Howard Dulany talks about its evolution.