When I visited my sister in Canada last week, she was waiting to get her new Lenovo ThinkPad T460 laptop.
It was an attractive machine, but the laptop’s price tag was hard to believe.
The ThinkPad had a 5.8-inch screen with 1920×1200 resolution and a 2,560×1,440 resolution.
Its processor was a quad-core Intel Core i7-4710HQ with 16GB of RAM.
Lenovo said it used a combination of Intel Iris Pro Graphics 5200 and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060.
It also had a 1TB hard drive and an 8GB SSD.
The laptop was a mid-range model, but I was impressed by its build quality and value.
I’ve used a lot of laptops in the past few years and this one is still the best I’ve seen.
Lenovo ThinkPads have a high-end look and feel, and Lenovo’s laptop line is also well-designed.
I liked the ThinkPad’s brushed aluminum look and the thin bezels that separate the keyboard and display from the chassis.
I particularly liked the fact that the keyboard was on a stand, instead of a base.
I also liked the Lenovo Thinkpad’s slim shape, which meant it didn’t feel like a bulky laptop.
There’s also a keyboard tray that sits just under the display.
The keyboard itself is thin and light, but Lenovo’s ThinkPad is designed to be as thin and compact as possible.
Lenovo’s 15-inch laptop, the Thinkpad T460, comes in two colors: white and silver.
(The ThinkPad 15 is also available in black and silver.)
The ThinkPets 15- and 15-incher are both available with 16 gigabytes of RAM and 256 gigabytes storage.
Lenovo also includes a USB-C port, two USB 3.0 ports, a headphone jack, an SD card slot, and a USB Type-C connector.
The 13-inch ThinkPad X220, which comes in a black or silver color, has a 1.4GHz Intel Core processor with 3GB of DDR4 RAM.
It’s available with a 1366×768 display.
Lenovo uses the same 15-plus-inch touch display found on the ThinkPoms and X220.
The 15-in-1 model has a 13.3-inch, 16.3mm display, as well as a 10.1-megapixel rear camera, a 2.3MP front-facing camera, and an 802.11ac Wi-Fi antenna.
Lenovo used a glossy finish on the 15-series laptops, but it’s not glossy in the X220 models.
The X220 is available in 13 and 15.6-inch models.
There are 13.5- and 14.9-inch versions of the X230, X230S, X240, and X240S, with a 17-inch model coming in a blue and gold color.
The 17-in, 15-and 16-inch laptops come in 13.1 and 15, respectively.
Lenovo has a variety of options for laptops that are more expensive than the Think Pads, from $1,999 to $3,799.
The $12.799 ThinkPad Yoga 13 Pro is the most expensive model in this category, but there are other affordable models as well.
I bought the Lenovo Yoga 13 with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti and a 128GB SSD, and I’m happy with the results.
Lenovo sells the Yoga 13s in a range of colors.
(I like the black version.)
The 13 Pro has a 5-inch 1080p IPS display and 8GB of storage.
It has a microSD card slot and a microUSB port.
The Yoga 13 is available with Intel’s 8th-generation Core i5 processor and 4GB of memory.
The Lenovo Yoga is the top-of-the-line laptop for $2,799, which is $1 more than the Lenovo X230.
Lenovo Yoga laptops also have some of the most powerful and feature-packed processors you can find.
The 14.6 inch, 16-and 17-inchers are available in a variety on the market, including the ThinkServer 16, which has a 10GHz Intel Xeon processor with 4GB RAM and 16GB storage.
The 16-inchell is available as an 8th gen Core i3 processor and 16-core Nvidia Quadro FX.
The 9.7-inch Lenovo Yoga Yoga 11 is also an 8-core processor and a 16-memory option.
The Dell XPS 15, which also comes in an 8 and 16 inch configuration, has Intel’s Core i6-3570K processor and 8 gigabytes RAM.
The 12.3 inch Lenovo Yoga X220S has an Intel Core Pro 4 processor and 256GB SSD and a 10 gigabyte RAM option.
I was pleased with the X225S, which I received in a silver and gold configuration, but $2 more than my Lenovo Yoga 15