Top 5 Best Laptops for Business A Complete guide
Because of their strong build quality, industry-leading keyboards, hyper-accurate pointing sticks, and simple black aesthetic, the best ThinkPads attract many corporate IT departments and business users. The ThinkPad line has many mainstays that Lenovo fans can’t live without, which is why the best ThinkPads are regarded as the best laptops available.
You have many options even if you’ve already set your heart and finances on a ThinkPad. A ThinkPad dealer in Bangalore currently sells over a dozen ThinkPad models. These laptops have the same basic design but differ greatly in size, price, screen quality, performance, and battery life. Some even have more responsive keyboards than others. Also, there are options for the average business user, artists looking for a professional tablet, and users looking for a beast. So, we present the top 5 Thinkpad business laptops without further ado.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (Gen 9) | ThinkPad dealer in Bangalore
Pros: Lenovo upgraded the best business laptop with 11th Gen Intel CPUs. The ThinkPad X1 Carbon holds its slim, attractive, and durable chassis. Business users who travel often will appreciate the 1200p version’s 15+ hours of battery life. Surprisingly bright was the 1200p screen. In typical ThinkPad fashion, the latest 9th Generation X1 Carbon features a best-in-class keyboard that you’ll enjoy typing on. It easily ranks among the best ThinkPads.
Cons: While we adore this laptop, it is not without flaws. It has a poor 720p webcam, no card slot, and a small touchpad. Also, the IR camera is not included by default, which is unusual for a business notebook.
Lenovo ThinkPad X13 (AMD) | ThinkPad dealer in Bangalore
Pros: The average ThinkPad isn’t exactly cheap, but the ThinkPad X13 defies expectations. This machine features a fast AMD Ryzen 5 Pro 4650U CPU, a carbon fiber/magnesium alloy design, and a few security features such as a fingerprint reader and an optional IR camera for Windows Hello. Lenovo doesn’t skimp on the keyboard, despite the low price. Its keys are super responsive. For a laptop this thin, those concave keys feel like they have an impossible amount of travel.
Cons: The ThinkPad X13’s low price needs a few compromises, including super thick display bezels, a lack of Thunderbolt 3 ports, and only 16GB of RAM. Its battery life was 7 hours and 53 minutes, less than the premium laptop’s average time (10:00).
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Nano | ThinkPad dealer in Bangalore
Pros: You know already what the X1 Nano looks like: it’s a smaller, lighter version of the classic ThinkPad design. Thanks to its carbon fiber and magnesium frame, it’s the lightest ThinkPad ever. It has a 13-inch anti-glare 2K (2160 x 1350-pixel) display. Not 13.3 or 13.5 inches, but just 13 inches flat, meaning the panel is smaller than those found on rival devices. On our battery test, which involves continuous web browsing over Wi-Fi at 150 nits of brightness, the small notebook lasted 12 hours.
Cons: The X1 Nano lacks USB Type-A ports. Also, expect to clean a lot of smudges regardless of the surface you choose — the X1 Nano leaves a glossy fingerprint every time you touch the design. Below the keyboard is a 3.9 x 2.3-inch touchpad. The surface responds well to your swipes, but someone with larger hands may find their fingers brushing against the sides.
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga (Gen 6) | ThinkPad dealer in Bangalore
Pros: The ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 6 features a 14-inch display with a taller 16:10 aspect ratio for more vertical screen space — a boon for business users. A larger touchpad and a human presence detection sensor for easier login and enhanced security also boost productivity. The engine upgrade to 11th Gen Intel chips improves performance greatly, but the battery life upgrade is even more appealing; the Gen 6 model lasts nearly 15 hours on a charge. These benefits are housed in a stylish aluminum chassis with a handy 2-in-1 design and a handy stylus slot.
Cons: It’s not as light as the ThinkPad X1 Carbon or as visually appealing as the ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga. There is no SD card, and it is expensive.
Lenovo ThinkPad C13 Yoga Chromebook | ThinkPad dealer in Bangalore
Pros: The Abyss Blue all-aluminum chassis of the Lenovo ThinkPad C13 Yoga Chromebook has some chrome flecking, giving the device a pleasant sparkle. The 13-inch, 1080p touch display on the ThinkPad C13 Yoga Chromebook is crisp and vivid but not very bright. The Lenovo ThinkPad C13 Yoga Chromebook’s performance is pretty snappy, with near-instant boot times thanks to an AMD Ryzen 5 Pro 3500C CPU, 16GB of RAM, a 128GB SSD, and integrated AMD Radeon Graphics running the lightweight Chrome OS. In our in-house battery test, the laptop lasted 8 hours and 7 minutes (continuous web surfing over Wi-Fi at 150 nits).
Cons: We believe the most miniature speakers in creation are housed in two tiny slots on either side of the deck. The audio quality is satisfactory but tinny.