Lenovo ThinkBook 14, 15 for today’s professionals

Global innovation and technology leader Lenovo recently released the newest member of its ThinkBook series, specifically made for the modern professionals—the ThinkBook 14 and 15.

With the young workforce in mind, Lenovo wanted devices that can fit the busy lifestyle of today’s digitally-inclined and millennial workers.

According to a recent study conducted by Forrester Consulting, today’s millennials and Gen Z workers prefer to have the appearance and material of work laptops as features they value most. Moreover, it should complement their personality and offer smartphone-like experiences.

With this, Lenovo developed that latest ThinkBook to have in-demand features like strong durability when it comes to multitasking, an enhanced connectivity, AI-based technology and enterprise-level support for greater peace of mind.

Shown here are (from left) Joe Fung, Commercial Marketing Lead, Lenovo Central Asia Pacific; Francis Judan, Product Manager for Commercial, Lenovo Philippines; Anna Abola, Marketing Manager, Lenovo Philippines; Michael Ngan, General Manager, Lenovo Philippines; and Joe Ng, SMB Segment Lead, Lenovo Central Asia Pacific.
“The ThinkBook 14 and 15 combine standout performance and sophisticated design in one neat package. Designed for optimum productivity, these devices are built to keep up with the demands of the modern workplace. With Lenovo, we want you to work smarter—not harder,” said Michael Ngan, General Manager, Lenovo Philippines.

True to its mission of developing on-the-go business devices for big enterprises, Lenovo started to create stylish and powerful devices meant for small and medium businesses with its ThinkBook series. 

The ThinkBook 14 and ThinkBook 15 also offer full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution anti-glare IPS panels, with the screens bendable up to 180°, making it easy for young professionals to collaborate and share. They come with narrow bezels, promising a screen-to-body ratio of 80% and up, leaving plenty of room for work which means less distractions for the user.

Both devices feature lightning-quick processing thanks to their powerful 10th-generation Intel® Core™ processors. According to Intel, these processors can boast 2.5x faster AI performance, 3x faster connectivity due to Wi-Fi 6 support, and has up to 2x the graphics performance compared to the 8th Gen Intel® Core™ processors. The ThinkBook 14 has an Intel Core i5-10210U processor, while the ThinkBook 15 has an Intel Core i7-10510U processor.

Lenovo ThinkBook 14 and 15

The two devices are both equipped with 8GB DDR4 memory and 512GB M.2 solid-state drives for faster loading times giving it an enhanced memory and storage. When it comes to graphics, the ThinkBook 14 has Integrated Intel® UHD Graphics, while the ThinkBook 15 is powered by an AMD Radeon™ 620 graphics card.

Both the ThinkBook 14 and 15 come in a sleek mineral gray finish made of aluminum giving a modern and premium style and appearance. It has also undergone the MIL-SPEC test to prove that it can handle and withstand the exhaustive everyday business use and other conditions such as water spills and extreme high or low temperatures.

The ThinkBook 14 and 15 have several pre-loaded features designed to boost productivity. With an integrated fingerprint reader on the Smart Power Button, users can log in or boot up instantly just like on a smartphone. Furthermore, Skype calls can be made or dropped by clicking designated Business Hot Keys. Both devices also come with an Intel® Optane™ Memory Module, which allows for faster access to frequently used business apps and the Trusted Platform Module, which enables Windows 10 security features and encrypts user data.

ThinkBook 14 and 15 are now available in the Philippines with the price of P48,990 and P57,490, respectively.

For more information, visit Lenovo PH’s website at or contact the company on Facebook at

Topics: Lenovo ThinkBook , ThinkBook 14 and 15 , Forrester Consulting , millennials , Gen Z
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