Lenovo is a fan-favorite company, and for good reason: the company leads the charge in terms of quality and affordability. They make everything from Chromebooks to two-in-ones to gaming laptops, right now with discounts of up to 76%. This means savings of hundreds of dollars, and sometimes even more. We’ve rounded up this month’s best deals and sales, so if you’ve been on the hunt for a new Lenovo, it’s time to pounce!
This laptop/tablet (laplet? tabtop?) is ideal for both creative work and when you’ve finished the day and just want to binge watch your favorite show.
$249 from Lenovo
Two-in-one machines are great for many reasons, but the biggest one might be best expressed in the form of a question: Why carry two devices when you can carry one? The ThinkPad Yoga 11e has all the rugged durability of the rest of the ThinkPad range, and the small screen and 360-degree hinge allow for plenty of movement. Pair with a ThinkPad Pen Pro (not included) for an iPad Pro-level creative experience.
It has up to 12 hours of battery life on a single charge, a 1080p display, a 128GB SSD and an 8GHz processor. The graphics are great for typing at home – just a standard chip integrated – but they’re great for the daily work.
This laptop is a great option for the work-from-home warrior—even if you’re partial to computing on the go, it has around seven hours of battery life on a single charge.
$385 on Amazon
The Lenovo IdeaPad 3 is one of the most popular laptops on the market right now, especially at nearly 60% off. Not only does it pack a 256GB solid-state hard drive into its small chassis, it also comes with 8GB of RAM, which is enough to handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
It can boost up to 4.10GHz if needed, and you can expand the hard drive up to a maximum of 1TB. Average battery life is around seven hours. The screen is slightly above standard definition, so it doesn’t compare to something like a Macbook, but for day-to-day work, it’s more than enough.
If you’re looking for a dedicated desktop machine instead of a laptop, the ThinkCentre M75’s small form factor offers the best of both worlds.
$654 from Lenovo
Small form factor PCs are popular for their compact size, especially compared to the huge desktops that are common today. One like this is ideal for use as a home media server or as a backup computer for someone who usually works on a laptop but needs somewhere at home to sit and work without the limitations of a laptop screen.
While not a laptop, this little guy is an excellent machine with an entry-level 256GB SSD. That can be improved, as can the amount of RAM, up to 128GB of RAM, a huge amount. The only major downside is that you have to supply your own screen to use it, but affordable monitors are everywhere these days.
Fast, durable and capable of handling anything you throw at it, this is a great choice for everyday tasks, thanks to its 14″ FHD 1080p screen.
$700 from Lenovo
The ThinkPad 11e is ideal for light work, but if you need something that offers a little more punch, the ThinkPad T14 is for you. You can opt for a processor of up to 4.2GHz speed and up to 16GB of RAM. That means it can tackle anything Photoshop and other high-intensity programs bring to the table. If you have a project that requires a heavy workload, this is the laptop you want.
This beast of a gaming machine can run your favorite titles beautifully, with a Radeon RX6600S GPU and a 1080p display.
$1,300 from Lenovo
Gaming machines aren’t always affordable, but for the specs included in this Lenovo, it’s hard to beat the price. Not only is it $400 off its regular price, but it comes with 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD for storing your favorite titles. The keyboard is backlit for late night gaming sessions.