If macOS and Apple computers just aren’t the kind of production machines you lust after, consider a Windows alternative from Lenovo. The vendor has updated its 14 and 15-inch ThinkPad laptops with the latest Intel silicon.
Boasting about up to 14 hours of battery life in the base models, both laptops can be maxed out with the Core i7-10810u (up to 4.9GHz speeds), up to 2TB of SSD storage, Nvidia Quadro graphics, 4K-resolution displays with factory color calibration and Wi-Fi 6 support.
Price and availability
Starting at USD 1599 for the base ThinkPad P14 and USD 1579 for the ThinkPad 15s, these machines definitely spar with the new 13-inch MacBook Pros in terms of content creation muscle.
There’s no word on when Lenovo will start shipping its newest computers for now, but we do get to learn that the X1 Carbon 8-gen, Yoga 5-gen and ThinkPad T/X/L series will get new 10-gen Intel vPro processors in the very near future.
We are looking forward to more prominent manufacturers like HP, Dell, and ASUS to step up and bring more Windows-powered alternatives to the omnipresent MacBook Pro.