Lenovo’s ThinkPad line of tablets and mixtures are prestigious for their phenomenal outline and manufacture quality, and for supporting the expert levels of security that organization IT offices regularly require. Be that as it may, these frameworks are additionally not shabby, frequently crossing the thousand-dollar mark easily.
ThinkPad line to a sensibly estimated 13-inch clamshell portable workstation, and it will be accessible in both Windows 10 and Chrome OS adaptations, so you can pick a full-highlighted working framework, or run with the stripped-down online-just utility of Chrome, which might be everything you need, in case you’re just utilizing online and cloud-based instruments and benefits.
The Windows version of the ThinkPad 13 is coming in April, at $449 in the US, while the Chrome OS variant is normal in June at $399. UK and Australian points of interest were not reported, but rather those costs believer to £305 or AU$615, and £270 or AU$545 individually.
Both variations can go up to a present gen Intel Core i5 processor, with up to 512GB of strong state stockpiling and 16GB of RAM. Lenovo says these (in the same way as other of the other ThinkPad frameworks) have been MilSpec tried for toughnes