Best Lenovo Laptops

Lenovo’s notebooks have long been praised for their best-in-class keyboards and durable designs, but those qualities are just the tip of a very tall iceberg. From ThinkPads that set the gold standard for business laptops to Yoga hybrids that bend into four different modes, the company’s lineup is filled with powerful portables that help you make the most of work and play. These are our picks for the very best Lenovo laptops.

Anna Attkisson
Anna Attkisson
A lover of lists and deadlines, Anna Attkisson covers apps, social networking, tablets, chromebooks and accessories. She loves each of her devices equally, including the phablet, three tablets, three laptops and desktop. She joined the Laptop Mag staff in 2007, after working at Time Inc. Content Solutions where she created custom publications for companies from American Express to National Parks Foundation.
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  1. Azwell Munsaka Says:

    The lenovo laptop is good, but they should include bluetooth devices in them please….!

  2. saeed Says:


  3. Frederick Mooney Says:

    In September 2012 I purchased a Lenovo G580, In December2013/January 2014, I had trouble with the Log in System refusing to let me Log in, I took it to the company who looks after my computers who told me that they were unable to repair it as the mother board had a fault. I ask them to replace the mother board, but they were not able to do so, as the manufacture were unable to provide replacement mother boards. I am far from impressed.

  4. nave Says:

    please give notebook specifications. would be helpful

  5. Maurice Hilarius Says:

    I see it is nice hardware.
    Then I see it runs Windows 8
    This makes it pretty much of no use to anyone.
    No Bluetooth?
    No specifications?

  6. Shomy Says:

    Intel® Core™ i7-4700MQ (2.4GHz 1600MHz 6MB)

    15.6″ FHD LED Glossy Wedge (1920×1080)
    16:9 widescreen
    NVIDIA® GeForce® GT755M 2GB

    Up to 16GB PC3-12800 DDR3L SDRAM 1600 MHz

    1TB (5400 RPM) + 8GB Hybrid Drive

    JBL® designed speakers supporting Dolby Home Theatre v4 audio certification for immersive sound

    Intel Centrino Wireless N-2230 – 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity
    Bluetooth 4.0
    1 GB LAN

    1x USB 2.0 (one always on)
    2x USB 3.0 SuperSpeed
    6-in-1 card reader (SD, SDHC, SDXC, MMC, MS, MS-Pro)
    VGA port (15-pin)

    HD 720P camera

    Up to 5 hrs

    5.95 lbs

    15.23 x 10.19 x 0.61-1.41″

  7. Benjamin Borquaye Says:

    I want to ask of the 2 in 1 laptop, I mean a laptop which the keyboard can be taking off and the it monitor be comes a tablet. please what is the name of that laptop. Brand is Lenovo

  8. Drew Says:

    I know this is an old article, but I feel that anyone still looking at it should know this.
    The Lenovo y510p DOES NOT have two Nvidia chips. It has an internal GeForce GT 755M. ONE 755M. You CAN however buy an Ultrabay unit that has another GeForce GT 755M graphics card inside, so you can run them in SLI. The cheapest I have seen the extra card is $200, and that can be a lot of money if you spent a lot on the laptop already. Just a warning to new readers. I have a friend who bought one because of this article, and he was VERY disappointed it did not have the second card. I’m sorry if I offend anyone, but please double-check your facts.

  9. V.Ramakrishna Says:

    The lenovo laptop is very nice. But it has not graphic card.

  10. Richard Brandlon Says:

    I ordered a Lenovo Ideapad Z710 on on May 19. I have received three notices of delay and I a now told it will ship June 24.
    Yet, this laptop is still advertised and pushed via pop-up ads. How is this shoddy ractice tolerated?

  11. Ago Says:

    Received this computer as a gift for Christmas. Have been using HP my whole life and figured I would give this a try. At first I thought i was just unhappy with the Windows 8 because I didnt understand how to use it. As time passed I realized it wasn’t the windows 8 I hated by this ridiculous laptop. It is extremely slow, watching even the simplest of things off the internet is terrible, the thing is over sensitive, and just terrible for every day things. I use it for work mainly and opening up anything takes longer than it should. Yesterday, I had decided to simply give up with this lenovo product. When I woke up I realized that it had updated itself that night and switched over to Windows 8.1 . In the process it deleted all of my Remote Desktop Connectors that I use for work as well as all my software I installed. Called Lenovo and they said sorry. Had them log onto the thing and they couldnt restore anything. “Go ask Best Buy” and “Microsoft software did it not us” was the answers.

  12. daniel del rio Says:

    just got the lap top, took very little use before I made contact with your company about the battery / got a replacement and guess what? The replacement battery performs the same way? On a full charge the duration of use is a big big letdown. Had I bought an Inexpensive L/Top I would not expect the battery to last more than an hour and a half, your battery does not either, what a disapointment.

  13. xuancamblog Says:

    I very like lenovo ThinkPad T440s

  14. Utsav gohil Says:

    Such as the more substantial 13-inch style, the 11-inch Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga and fitness 11S is usually a useful cross it doesn’t ignore it’s a mobile computer first, but it really is caught in what is like aged hardware for now.

  15. laurel herman Says:

    I am having real problems with my new XIcarbon thinkpad which was very expensive and highly recommended on the web. all is good except for highlighting and scrolling which are driving me mad. all is fine, and as normal, when using a mouse but its the touchpad which is most definitely the problem.
    having tried to help remotely, the keyboard was immediately replaced by Lenovo which is now a little but not nearly enough. Also the nifty F3 shortcut to toggle thru’ change case in word doesn’t work with the F button new scheme.

  16. Pablo Says:

    i got a lenovo thinkpad edge 530, i Love it till it said to interrupt a normal start up press enter to me means dead, cuse after that no matter what i press does nothing, called technical support and that said is not a anormal.

  17. Jhon Says:

    Lenovo have the worst support I have ever got!

    I bought a Lenovo computer and suffered the bad support described in most negative comments, I wonder how it was possible and here is::
    All the support and warranties are not provided by Lenovo but by other company named Southerland Global Solutions.
    As a result:
    a) Your satisfaction or even your loyalty to the brand is not important because your are not its client, its client is Lenovo, you are not the business but a problem.
    b) You will never be able to talk to one executive in Lenovo when the people in the call or service centers fail. Instead you will be trapped in a bureaucracy nightmare.
    c) You will not receive a full replacement of your computer, as other brands do, even when the main board failed, no matter if you have 8 days or 8 months with it. The false notion of Southerland to save Lenovo’s money consists in fixing the computers instead to provide faster solutions.
    d) The support requests will take a lot of time because there is a bunch of bureaucracy. It does not matter how important is the computer for you or if you will not buy Lenovo again.

    Watch the reviews, and if you do not feel lucky enough to avoid the after sales support, I may suggest to try another brand.

  18. Lola Says:

    laurel. I got the same problem with the keyboard and it was changed as well and it did not solve the problem. I got a system board replacement but now one hard disk is not working.
    Additionally I found Lenovo installs used parts in defective machines. It is clearly explained in its warranty but I did not realize before buying that crap. Who reads the warranty before anyway?
    Lenovo is a cheap brand with the worst support. All the bad reviews confirm it, so sad I did not consider them before.

  19. Ezekiel Obosi Says:

    I’m in love with your products of laptops.
    I need a catalogue of the products and price in Naira. Am a Nigerian, in Lagos, Nigeria.
    Thank you

  20. ToM Says:

    Try to order a laptop from You can’t.

    Try to add RAM, or upgrade the display to FHD (if available). The site is UNUSABLE.

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