Best Lenovo Laptops

by Nia Scott

May 19, 2019

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Products / Technology

The PC industry is doing well. Almost everyone uses a computer or laptop to stay connected with the rest of the world. Some companies are household names, such as Dell and HP. These companies dominated the market for years and made it seem like they were the only reliable companies. However, other companies are beginning to gain followers and rise in the ranks. People dissatisfied with the domineering companies in the PC industry are doing their research and finding other brands of laptops to buy instead.

 

Lenovo is one of these companies starting to make a name for itself in the industry. Fans rave that their computers are reliable, trendy and budget-friendly. When shopping one of the Lenovo brands, it’s best to peruse the website and investigate.

 

One of the best and most popular Lenovo laptops is from the Yoga brand. The Yoga 730 starts at $830 and is a 15-inch laptop offering up to 4K clarity. The processing is smooth and built with creative people in mind. The graphic power is perfect for creating images, watching videos or playing games. There are more than 800 reviews that are mainly positive.

 

Another popular laptop is the from the successful ThinkPad brand. The X Series ThinkPads are thin and light laptops starting at $800. They are Lenovo’s most premium laptops and still affordable. They offer 360-degree hinge, traditional laptops and different screen sizes. Almost all the laptops are customizable as well.

 

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