High-res 13-inch display, Premium aluminum chassis, Fast speeds (see cons), Thunderbolt 4, HDMI and USB-A ports, Affordable
Shallow keyboard, Sluggish SSD, No card slot, Display could be brighter
P riced Priced a tier below Lenovo's world-class ThinkPads, the ThinkBook 13S targets small- and medium-sized companies and business users looking for a less snazzy device at a lower cost. But the ThinkBook's price tag shouldn't fool you - it's a contend...
Sharp 16:10 display, Good port selection with Thunderbolt 4, Solid audio, Good performance for the price
Keyboard's a bit flat, Coarse touchpad, Gets loud and hot under productivity loads, Dim display
Lenovo has built a very high-quality product here. It has a fantastic performance, even when equipped with the Core i5-1135G7. And in contrast to other units, where the power is biased to either the CPU or the iGPU, here, you get all-in on both. We were r...
Premium all-aluminum build, Doesn't use PWM to adjust screen brightness (AUO B133HAN05.9), Covers 97% of sRGB and with our Gaming and Web design profile, the colors become extremely accurate (AUO B133HAN05.9), Good battery life, 16:10 display with reasona...
No SD card reader, Soldered memory, High color deviation in the bottom left corner
ThinkBook is Lenovo's laptop brand for small-business entrepreneurs who can't afford (or at least, justify) elite enterprise ThinkPads, and the first ThinkBook 13s reviewed by PC Labs, in August 2019, looked the part. It was a perfectly nice 13.3-inch ult...
Lenovo ThinkBook 13s-ITL G2, provided by Lenovo GermanyLenovo's ThinkBook 13s-ITL G2 sneaks past the IdeaPads and into the vicinity of the ThinkPads, but it remains at a distance. This is not necessarily a bad thing, because the bottom line is that we're...