Whether you’re back in the office or working remotely, you need a reliable partner for all your work needs. While a PC can get the job done, for lots of professionals who are on-the-go or collaborate on projects with a team, a laptop is a more fitting option, especially one that you can easily bring with you in meetings or group sessions.
One such laptop that’s made for this exact use is the new Lenovo ThinkBook 14s Yoga. This laptop features a touch display and a convertible form factor that lets you use it as a traditional notebook, as well as a tablet. On top of this, the ThinkBook 14s Yoga also features impressive specs, and it is built with premium materials.
Now, in case you need more convincing, here is a rundown of the features that make the Lenovo ThinkBook 14s Yoga the perfect productivity partner.
For starters, the ThinkBook 14s Yoga is powered by an Intel Core i5-1135G7 processor with a Max Turbo Frequency of 4.20GHz. This processor is paired with 8GB of RAM, as well as 256GB of SSD storage.
Whether you need a laptop for MS office applications, or if you need to do a bit of Photoshop, the 11th gen Intel processor on the ThinkBook 14s Yoga will handle these tasks without breaking a sweat. Even if you need to work on a large spreadsheet, the new Yoga laptop has enough power to run what you need smoothly.
What’s more is that the ThinkBook 14s Yoga comes with Windows 11, meaning you are guaranteed to get the latest Windows version, complete with a wealth of enhanced features. One of the highlight features unique to Windows 11 is Android app support, meaning you can run Android apps on the new ThinkBook without the need for an emulator. This is great for users who want to access their apps in one device.
The ThinkBook 14s Yoga features a dual-tone, mineral gray aluminum cover with diamond-cut renders, making for a device that not only looks premium, but is also sturdy and can last a user for years. Aside from being a good-looking laptop, the 14s is also incredibly portable as it is only 16.9mm thick, all without sacrificing screen real estate. After all, the laptop features a 14-inch display, complete with slim bezels for an 86% screen-to-body ratio.
Premium build aside, the new ThinkBook’s convertible form factor means you can lay the laptop flat or use it in “tent mode” where it functions more like a tablet. This is a great feature to have as you can quickly set it up for an impromptu presentation for a small meeting, or to show your progress in a group work session.
As for its display, the 14s features a 14-inch IPS touch display. Because it features a touch screen, creatives can use the laptop to create art while on-the-go. Meanwhile, the touch display also means you can opt not to bring a mouse to cut down on bulk while traveling.
Not all touch displays are built the same, and the ThinkBook 14s is a step above your typical touch screen laptop as it packs Corning Gorilla Glass protection. With this special glass, the laptop’s screen for a sturdier screen while maintaining great responsiveness.
Most laptops with touch displays feature stylus support, but most of these come with styluses that either magnetically attach or are entirely separate from the device. This is not ideal, especially as this means the stylus might get lost more easily.
But with the ThinkBook 14s, the laptop features an integrated Lenovo pen. This pen slots into the side of the laptop and can be taken out with ease if you need a stylus. With this integrated stylus, you won’t have to worry about losing it as it seamlessly fits inside the laptop. And while it may be on the small side, it’s still comfortable to draw or to jot down notes with.
We mentioned the ThinkBook 14s being incredibly portable, but what makes this even more impressive is the fact that it still packs a wealth of I/O. Specifically, the laptop features two USB Type-A ports, two USB Type-C ports (one with 3.1 Gen2 with DP/PD and another with Thunderbolt 4), one microSD card reader, one headphone/mic combo jack, and one HDMI port. For comparison, other ultraportable laptops skip having a microSD card slot or an HDMI port.
On top of these connectivity options, the 14s also features a fingerprint reader that’s integrated with the power button. Thanks to this, the laptop can be kept secure, all while being easy to unlock. To further enhance privacy, the Yoga features a physical shutter for the webcam, so you won’t have to worry about anyone snooping in on you while working.
And there you have it, those are the highlight features of the new Yoga laptop from Lenovo that make it an excellent partner for all your productivity needs.
Interested in the new Lenovo ThinkBook 14s Yoga? You can get one to boost your productivity for PHP 58,995. The laptop is available now via the official Lenovo website, as well as in partner retailers nationwide.